The magician shows an elegant wooden box containing six black dice arranged in order from 1 to 6 and he closes it with a lid. He hands over the tin with inside a die to the spectator inviting him to turn it upside down over the box, so to freely choose a number from the die. Unbelievably , when the magician removes the lid, all the dice will show the number previously chosen.
Let's take your Rubik's Cube magic to the next level!
PSI is a revolutionary gimmick which is perfect for mentalists. During a multi-phased routine, the magician can accurately predict the outcomes in a mind blogging manner.
A popular scientific novelty, this is a boat shaped piece of plastic that you can spin by flicking one end with your fingertip, so it spins clockwise. Then it stops, and spins back on its own, anti clockwise, in a most intriguing way.
Show a 50 euro banknote, and put it inside a wallet. Zip the wallet closed, and lock the zipper with a padlock. Now shuffle the key that opens the padlock with other seven similar keys that do not open it. Invite seven spectators to freely choose seven keys, leaving the last one for yourself. Naturally the key that opens the padlock will be always the one that is left for you!
Mysteries Magic presents a classic of magic. Now with new handlings and new presentations!
Coins will vanish from magician hands and will appear one at the time in a glass that is covered by the deck of cards!
The magician is shown to be playing with some ordinary rubber bands. He begins to shape the bands in his fingers into a star shape. With a wave of the hand the rubber bands hold the star shape on their own; even after the magician has let go of the rubber bands.
Rubik's Nightmare is a two-phase professional routine directly from Michael's TV repertoire. Gimmickless. Angle proof. NO you do NOT need to know how to solve a Rubik's cube to learn this. Michael has done his work to sand it down and simplify the process.
Rubiked introduces a completely new way to perform a Rubik's cube prediction. Imagine having a prediction on your camera roll or your own website, displaying the exact same combination created by your spectators during a real free cube mix - and you don't even need to see it.
SansMinds Sharpie is a game-changing Sharpie marker designed for magicians' everyday miracle. Imagine drawing a design on the spectator's hand with a Sharpie, and moving it to anywhere you want. Your own hand, onto a surface, another object, or another area of the spectator's body.
After a routine, you ask your spectator to pull out their smartphone so they can take a selfie to remember the moment. You ask them to focus on the phone and just imagine that it takes a photo. Without the screen or any buttons being touched, the phone snaps the picture all by itself! The photo is in their library as a permanent souvenir!
Marcelo Insúa and Tango Magic present his first mentalism routine. Can two people have the same dream? Is it possible to have a prediction in a sealed envelope with the exactly dates and locations or is it just a shared dream?