I know Rabbits don’t lay eggs, which makes Easter festivities all that much more confusing. I understand the history and symbolism… but still.
While ordering the above items James mentioned that he has a new trick by Mark Elsdon that I would like that nobody else has yet. It combines three plots into one. An any card at any number, mind reading, and a lie detector.
This is a cute item you can carry with you and use. Self-working, inexpensive and fun to do.
The first version for Unbelievalope was just a variation of David Regal’s Special Delivery using a redesigned Sam Berland envelope that was originally released in 1937 as the Devil Dollar.
I have always been fascinated with the rising cards plot, bought many versions, but never really performed any of the routines. I almost put out a version.
At the end of 2019 during my exclusive Gene Maze Tribute Lectures, I had several recurring themes. One of them was how switches are magic and how many of the tricks we do involve switches even though we don’t realize it.
A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine called me to tell me about this trick that he thought I would really like and should carry.
One of my favorite pocket illusions to carry around and show people is Tenyo’s Sakkaku Scale.
Around a million years ago I used to be Marshall Brodien’s understudy. Whenever he didn’t want to do a trade show in New York City pitching his magic product line I would get the gig.
At some point I started seeing the DIY acronym everywhere and I had no idea what it meant. When I looked it up it stood for Do It Yourself (the M in the title is for Magic).