A small pocket sized spiral bound booklet containing the 12 astrological signs and also the numbers 1 to 31 depicting the days in a month is given to a spectator. She is told to write her name in the blank space provided on the page of her astrological sign, and silently read the descriptions to see if she agrees with what is being said about her character. She does not speak a word to you. Neither do you touch the booklet. Yet, you are able to divine her astrological sign! Now, she turns to the page that depicts the date of the month she was born.
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A professional-caliber mind-reading system that works through the internet. Top Inventors 1. Tony Anverdi 2. Dan Harlan 3. Colin Mcleod 4. Adrian Lacroix 5. Tommy Wonder 6. Bennie Chickering 7. Paul Wilson 8. Max Maven 9. Larry Hass Jamie Daws Hondo Chris Funk David Jonathan Richard Osterlind Rick Lax Michael Murray Greg Wilson Robert Smith Chef Anton Peter Turner. Effect The Kozuch Gimmick is an accessory used for multiple effects that can be used in Close Up or on stage.
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Review Wishlist. Out of stock. Questions about this product. Have a question about this product? Write a review! Customer Reviews showing 1 - of 3. Showing the Most Helpful Newest. I thought it looked like something I'd probably use but since I bought it I haven't even used it for anything because the gimmick is unreliable and requires fairly big hands to hide the gimmick so if you want to get it you can but be warned that it will most likely collect dust.
Did this review help you? Anyway, the fish production is great, and I use it in every show. Do you want to respond to this review? I like the Kozuch. It's not what I was expecting, but that's magic for you. The only thing that the description doesn't tell you is that the gimmick is strictly for the use of a cup or glass. But, It can be done surrounded and sleeveless, holds a decently sized fish, and you really don't need very big hands.
You just need to play around with it and find your sweet spot unless you're like ten in which case, your hands might be too small :p. Mental Dice by T.. Intersection by.. Crazy Cash by Da.. Virtual Out Of T.. Marked Cards reviews. Arrested by Adri..
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Click to enlarge Effect: Five envelopes, each one containing a different sheet of newspaper, are displayed. A spectator selects one of the envelopes and the sheet inside. The magician tears the selected sheet into dozens of tiny squares. Then the magician asks the spectator to choose one of the pieces at random there's no force! At the same time, the magician reveals a prediction he wrote before the show. It is the same as the wording in the randomly selected piece of newsprint!
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A professional-caliber mind-reading system that works through the internet. Top Inventors 1. Tony Anverdi 2. Dan Harlan 3. Colin Mcleod 4. Adrian Lacroix 5. Tommy Wonder 6.
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Astrological Sign by Eduardo Kozuch is an ingenious new way of revealing the astrological sign and day of birth of anyone in seconds; perfect for walkaround and table-hopping magicians. You hand your spectator a small book containing astrological signs and ask them to find their sign EffectThree spectators each choose a card. The magician,by means of telepathy, tries to guess what each card is. He asks each participant to raise their hand as they hear the magician calling the card chosen by them. The magician names three cards, but unfortunately none of the spectators raised Magic shop.