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Web, The

by Pace, Jim

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: L&L Publishing

Product Description

Jim Pace's "The Web" will out impact any other effect in your repertoire. For those that want to go for the jugular and take no prisoners, the Web gets a more visceral reaction than any card effect ever created. In fact, there are some people you simply should not do this effect for because it starts out so innocently, yet ends with such a startling reaction. The effect, this makes 'em jump up and scream. Four blank cards are counted onto the spectator's palm up hand. Then pictures of spider webs appear and disappear from the faces of the cards. To conclude, the spectator is asked to wave his hands over the cards. As he does, he discovers a large, realistic spider on the back of his hand. The spider is undetectable, and you are way ahead. At the right time, in the right place, this receives an unprecedented response.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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February 23rd, 2004 3:22pm
Reviewed by Merl Hamen
I don't recommend doing this trick for the general public. The reaction you get from many people is that they will not trust you to do anything again and can get very angry with you for making a fool of them in front of other people. My own grown daughter would not let me show her my latest for a long time because of how bad I scared her. YES the trick is very strong. TOO much so. It is fun to play with but definately not a worker.
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December 27th, 2004 3:14pm
Reviewed by cyberhagen
I felt compelled to write this review in order to offet the unfair preexisting review. Just because somebody scared their daughter is no reason to shoot down an excellent trick. For one, the manuscript clearly states the effect is strong and to use discretion when choosing participants. Two, it was the reviewer, not L&L publishing, fully well knowing the trick, decided nonetheless to do it on his daughter. He didn't like the results, and now blames the trick ?? Ridiculous. Now on to the trick itself: The only suggestion I have for performing the trick, not my own idea but one I agree with - is don't do the flustration count both times. If you can, do an Elmsley the second time around, otherwise some of the more alert spectators could catch on.
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