Dove Roulette: An amazing rethink for the classic “Russian roulette” that brings it to an earth shattering new height. Some of you may have seen Patrik perform this effect on the TV show “Urban Magic”. The performer has a line of bags along the ground. He has a spectator slowly select bags the performer stamping on each bag as it is selected until only one bag remains. When this bag is opened a live dove flies from within! We know you will love this effect and the way it redefines what a “Russian roulette” routine really is.
Un-Lucky: The performer continually wins in a 50/50 bet using his psychological prowess to outwit the spectator. A good solid and deeply fooling routine that could be played seriously or for laughs. This is something that we know could go directly into your show!
Book Test 4 Dummies 2: After the famed Book Test 4 Dummies 1 featured on Mind Stunts Volume 1 Kuffs returns with another anytime, anywhere any book effect. The spectator seemingly just thinks of a word contained within a book (a borrowed book) and the performer is able to amazingly reveal what they are thinking of. A very simple to perform effect requiring little work but providing a huge reaction.
HandKuffs: This interesting effect is perfect for those of you wishing to add something very different to your performance. The performer is locked inside a pair of “hand-kuffs”. Despite this the performer is able to instantly escape from the confined of the handcuffs. This could be a showstopper in the waiting. Think of performing a thumb tie routine with real handcuffs!
Bank Light: A highly visual and interesting take on the bank night effect. We wont give too much away about this one but we know that it will be perfect for those times you need a strong, effective piece of mentalism that plays big and packs flat.
DNA Revelator: A humourous revelation of a chosen card. This can be customized to suit whatever routine you would like to use it for. From kids shows to trade shows and stage magic this could become your new favourite way of revealing a chosen card.