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Postby Pendulum » Nov 25th, '06, 18:25



Sorry that my first try was bad... ill try again.

You approach a spectator and ask them to pull out some change from their pocket. Once you chooose a coin from their hand you get your spectator to sign the coin with a permanent marker and then take the coin between your hands and levitate it right before their very eyes. You can twirl your fingers around the card in the ways you want and baffle the audience. Then, as they are watching this amazing feat of levitiation, it is then taken to another level. You then visibly bend the quarter in front of their eyes without veils or anything. you then take the quarter and show it to the spectator. You can let them have it and leave them with a little trick to remind you of this day.

This trick costs about 20 dollars.(19.95 plus shipping)

I would say its probably a 2-3. A few simple slights.

I think that this trick is fantastic and very good to do impromptu. The reactions you get from the crowd is fantastic and they are amazed by what you have just done. It is different then most bends they have ever seen and the levitation is awesome. I suggest buying it and its not to heavy on the wallet.

Last edited by Pendulum on Dec 6th, '06, 06:16, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby Dominick » Nov 25th, '06, 19:02

Why not use the helpful guidelines that are provided to make a more in depth review?

Here they are...You covered most, but I think these would make it a little more organized and more followable.

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(1=easy to do, 2=No sleights, but not so easy, 3=Some sleights used,
4=Advanced sleights used, 5=Suitable for experienced magicians only)



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Postby Chris » Aug 31st, '07, 14:34

Please tell me theres a better review somewere?

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Postby Rob » Aug 31st, '07, 14:38

I'm sure there is...but you'd need to search for it :wink:

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