This ingenious box is ideal to force small paper slips (with on them for example a number, a word, or color to be forced). You can also force some small objects like little beads, poker chips, and more.
The performer asks a spectator to simply THINK of one of the 52 cards of a deck. He then places on the table eight transparent cards that have the pictures of random cards printed on them. The performer turns around, and asks the spectator to pick up only the cards that have on them the picture of the one he is thinking of. When the performer turns around he picks up the remaining cards from the table, and after a moment of concentration reveals the thought of card.
An examined dinner knife is signed by the spectator along the handle. They hold onto the handle and can clearly see that the knife is straight. All you do is massage the blade softly causing it to bend at a 45 degree angle.
A ordinary piece of Oreo is taken from a spec & a piece is bitten from it. The Oreo is shown in full view with the piece missing. The performer draws attention to the bitten Oreo & spits the missing piece back at the bitten Oreo. Instantly, the Oreo is restored to its original state. The Oreo is then handed back to the spectator.
The Ultimate snowstorm in china illusion is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet large enough to fill the largest stage. These are the Ultimate Snowstorms used in most routines used by the worlds top professionals for over 20 years.