Borrow a soda can or plastic bottle and make a hole into it. With a wave of a hand the hole is instantly healed and sealed causing the liquid to stop from pouring out.
TWO METHODS TAUGHT
USE BORROWED PLASTIC BOTTLE OR SODA CAN
EASY TO DO
A unique move that let's you force any card you want. This could be done with any deck or any shuffled deck.
This download comes with a BONUS move that let's you change a card visually and could used as a flourish as well.
This is ZONE!
Spectators select any card and you put it out-jogged right at the bottom of pack. You then introduce a two jokers and you put them also out-jogged right at the top of a whole pack. You then push the selected card through the deck - amazingly the selected card visually appears and now sandwiched between two jokers.
Start clean and...
Break is a gimmick that allows you to fold a kink into a card and move it to another position. It is a REAL kink, you can let the spectator feel and examine before and after!
This is a terrific idea to motivate a card under bottle routine. You cause a signed card to CHANGE PLACES WITH the coaster under your drink. Simple, elegant, visual!
Putting a coin in a bottle is a classic that elicits a wonderful reaction. Chris has a new touch that brings this into the realm of something VERY practical for the bar magician.
This is gorgeous sequence in which you produce all the elements of a Martini from a stage or parlor setting. The music, the moves, it's all there.
Learn what it takes to put a professional music opener together. This is pure magic.
This is Miser's Dream...but instead of coins...you use ice cubes! Then, to conclude you produce a bottle of Champagne in the bucket! This is such a fitting climax to a parlor routine, or a great way to begin a show with a little music interlude. All the details are explained, and this is a truly fresh approach to a proven classic....
It's hard to find PROFESSIONAL quality routines that are suitable for stage and for children.
This one is both!
This is a terrific balls from mouth routine that ends with a mouth coil. Chris details ALL the fine points you need to perform this effect, and if you study it carefully you'll see what a nice...
This deck switch does exactly what a deck switch should do: it switches packs without even a HINT of suspicion.
This particular switch takes place as the performer sits down and you must have a table in front of you to perform.
It looks PERFECT, which in this context, means that it looks like nothing at all.
Chris set out to devise a linking ring routine with two rings in which BOTH RINGS would be examined beforehand.
This required a stealth switch of one ring without the audience suspecting or detecting anything.
He has solved the problem masterfully, and the switch he uses is simply beautiful.
If you can do...
A card box opens by itself.
A card box is shown and handed to your spectator to hold, with a wave of the hand the box mysteriously opens by itself.
Easy to do