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Enclavor & Liberator

by Duraty

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Camirand

Product Description

Incredible Linking & Unlinking Cords

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Two fully-examinable, 24-inch cords pass through each other like smoke, linking and unlinking in increasingly impossible ways, without the benefit of gimmicks, boxes, or difficult sleight-of-hand. Next, a finger ring is borrowed, then threaded onto one cord, whereupon it travels instantly and impossibly to the other. And that`s just the beginning! 18 tricks and techniques are taught on this detailed DVD featuring Duraty's legendary strings-and-ring routine! Every phase is eye popping, every method ingenious, and the routine can be performed close-up or on stage! Comes with the perfect cords and rings so you can start learning this astonishing miracle right away!

Running time 59 minutes.

Date Added: Mar 31st, 2009
MLA SKU: o5PayCmAb7onAC5


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Official Review

July 13th, 2009 9:03am
Reviewed by David Acer
France's Duraty has an interesting if eclectic publishing history in North America, ranging from his poetic and playful jumbo packet trick, "House Mouse," released by The Camirand Academy in the mid 1990s, to his strange and wonderful soda-cracker trick in The Magical Arts Journal. "Enclavor Liberator" (loosely translated into "Link Unlink") is another unusual departure, based on a linking-string effect by Paul Curry, which Duraty has fleshed out into an eye-popping, multi-phase routine.

Two spectators are invited to stand on either side of the magician as he introduces two 18-inch lengths of thin cord (supplied). While the spectators hold the ends, and with the cords irrefutably separated, they link at their centers under increasingly impossible conditions. Next, with the cords clearly linked at the center, the magician closes his hand around the conjoined middle, then has the spectators pull on the ends, whereupon the cords magically separate. The separate cords are then each... [Read More]

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