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Chain Reaction Review

January 11th, 2015 4:10am
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Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
Whenever I do this effect, it's well received. It's so simple, yet very impactive. It's also I think a good example of conditioning and association-for early on, the left hand does hold a link. Later, the hand must hold NOTHING in the exact same way. Now, the basic handling works well. The handling with additional provers, works IN THEORY. The only reason why it can't work REALLY, is because the links will NOT adhere to a covertly place PK. How this could have possibly been overlooked by the folks at Elmwood, truly IS amazing, and astonishing, ETC.-because the suggested use of a PK is right there in the instructions! Of course, one may easily go to the hardware store, find chain that is going to adhere to said PK, and get a few links cut. To me, it's worth it, because the usage of the PK here helps keep the left hand clean, with a link 'nearby' to perform the next link. Fine idea, easy to do-good acting helps-and so will some links that will stick to a magnet.

Product info for Chain Reaction

Author: Sankey, Jay
Average Rating:  (2)
Retail Price: $10.00
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You display two single and separate links of chain. One link is closed inside of your fist and the second link is simply "dipped" inside. When it is pulled out, the two links have joined together. A third link is brought forth and it too is instantly linked onto the others.


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