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Appear-ing (23MM)

by Leo Smetsers

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Leo Smetsers

Product Description

'The Appearing' by Leo Smetsers is a trick you want to use when you are looking for a big reaction from you audience. This particular effect has been one of my all-time favorite tricks for several years now. A guaranteed eye-catcher! As an amazing bonus, the audience member will end up with your contact information!

An audience member chooses a card from your deck and puts it back. You take off your wedding ring and put it on top of the deck. You ask the audience member for his or her phone, and you take a picture of the deck. The picture on the phone will show the deck and the ring, but now the ring has chosen card engraved on it! You hand the ring to someone in the audience, but they will not be able to find the engraving!

The manual is filled with several additional tricks, that require only this ring!
Date Added: Apr 17th, 2015
MLA SKU: 5530af7e651d2

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May 15th, 2015 1:36pm
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Reviewed by Doc Johnson
PROS

This is a great routine! The handling is superb! The instruction is great! But wait, there’s more… your participant is left with a tremendous souvenir in their phone!

The handling includes a new prop that I think you are going to LOVE!

Here’s the but…

CONS

It comes with a gimmick that will allow you to perform this for a single card revelation. You can’t do this again with a different card. I can think of at least one method that would have allowed this to be done with two different revelations.

I still really like the effect, but I don’t think I would do this in a walk-around environment because the participants would all have to be thinking of the same card. Either tremendous coincidence, or bad magic. I think the latter.

VERDICT

I gave this four stars and would have given this five stars if it were designed just a bit better to allow for multiple performances, or at least to be able to be repeated once with a different outcome. Some... [Read More]

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