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Divorce Review

September 5th, 2015 11:09am
Reviewed by Doc Johnson

This is a really nice routine with finger rings.

What I really like is the routine uses a variety of different effects ranging from vanishing and appearing ring, ring through finger, ring on participant's shoulder, ring transpositions, etc.

The moves are clever and not that difficult. With a little practice, a beginner could get these moves down.

The instruction is good. Some of Justin's material is full of endless rambling, this one is pretty much to the point.

One of the best things about this is it is totally impromptu and requires no gimmicks or setup.


I think this routine would be better suited to using your own ring or rings. In the routine with the ring on shoulder, the ring could fall and get lost. You might want to have a cheap ring and a nice ring on your own hands and use the cheap ring on the spectator's shoulder. He does teach very well how to manage the participant to lower the risk.


A really good impromptu finger ring routine that uses no gimmicks and requires no setup. Very nice.

Product info for Divorce

Author: Justin Miller
Publisher: Ellusionist
Average Rating:  (2)
Retail Price: $9.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

Divorce is A-List worker material at its finest. Battle tested in thousands of live performances, the dynamic routine hits in 5 phases, each stronger than the one before.

You won't find any ring move more effective or visually amazing than the PULL-THROUGH.... you will stop people IN THEIR TRACKS when you perform it.

Finally you won't be forced to pull out your deck when someone asks to see a trick, leave that for later. Gather your crowd with something really visual. Divorce them, using their own ring.

No ring is gimmicked in this routine even though spectator may think they are
Relatively easy to perform with some practice
Battle tested in thousands of live performances
The routine is meant to be performed with ALL EYES BURNING YOUR HANDS
You won't believe how this looks when you start performing the moves in the mirror

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