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ESP Chips - Astor

ESP Chips - Astor
Item Number: TA6065

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ESP Chips - Astor

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The Magician writes down a prediction. He takes out a few chips from his pocket and there is an E.S.P. sign can be seen on them both sides. Then he asks the spectator to build up a tower from these chips by placing them on top of each other. The E.S.P. signs on the top and on the bottom of the tower are identical with the ones written down as the prediction. Of course the trick can be repeated many times. The prediction will be different each time furthermore even the spectator can predict the result putting all chips in his pocket. He has to take out the chips from his pocket one by one except from the last one. Now the spectator builds the tower from the chips. The E.S.P. signs on the top and on the bottom of the tower will be matching with the signs on the chip remained in his pocket. This trick can be learned easily and even can be presented in different ways many times.


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THIS IS A GREAT ROUTINE! I LOVE IT. NO ONE CAN FIGURE OUT HOW YOU DO IT. I ONCE BOUGHT A KIDS' MAGIC SET AND IT HAD A VERSION OF THIS WITH CARDBOARD "DOMINOES". THAT'S WHEN I FELL IN LOVE WITH THIS IDEA. I MUST SAY THAT I LIKE THE CHIPS BETTER. THIS IS GREAT MAGIC, ESPECIALLY MADE LIKE YOUR SET OF FINE HARDWOODS, EMBOSSED WITH GOLD SYMBOLS, AND THE BAG. FABULOUS! I ALWAYS LEAVE THE #1O CHIP OUT. THEN, THEY REALLY CAN'T SEE HOW YOU HAVE A CLUE.... GET THIS! YOU WILL LOVE PERFORMING IT. - DR. DENNIS C. MILLER aka "Magique D' Mille"


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