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Topic: Poison by Quique Marduk
Message: Posted by: Miraclemakers (Nov 12, 2012 09:12PM)
I'm a big fans of roulette effect and I found this new item:
http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S14831
I already put it in my cart, last time I brought Quique Marduk Russian Roulegg, I fell statisfy.

Anyone of you have this item already?
I will post my review after recieved mine. Thank you
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Nov 12, 2012 10:05PM)
I had never heard of it. Looking forward to your review.
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (Nov 13, 2012 12:05AM)
I don't get it?
If I was to uncover the poison,I would not drink! lol
Maybe,why all the glasses are covered at start.
I guess,the point is,the spec picks the bag to drink from ?
If the performer was blind folded,maybe ?
Message: Posted by: Miraclemakers (Nov 13, 2012 02:23AM)
Unfortunately, there is no full performance on the video, but I remember the last release from Marduk, russian roulegg, there is no full performance also. But I feel statisfy with the effect and method. Lets see after this item arrived on my doorstep.
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Nov 13, 2012 07:40PM)
Very nice. Prop-wise, what does this come with...the bags? I'm assuming no glasses because any should work.
Message: Posted by: Miraclemakers (Nov 14, 2012 01:17AM)
I'm still wating for my package, will be arrive in 2-3 weeks.
They only said "includes all the necessary props", I also assumeing, its the bag, not the glasses.....
Message: Posted by: Ron Vergilio (Nov 14, 2012 01:48AM)
It looks like the object is that the spectator will always pick the safe drinks for the performer. The poison glass will always be the last glass standing. I believe the glasses are covered to begin with so that they cannot see the poison glass. You will notice that the poison glass has some funky fluid in it. Also, if the glasses were uncovered to benin with you would see they all look alike, so when the poison glass is shown, why has it changed????

-Ron
Message: Posted by: Miraclemakers (Dec 30, 2012 07:32AM)
Sorry for the delay review as I promise.

It came with 4 bags (red color) as seen on the video, a DVD, manual instruction with 2 bonus routines, and 3 secret gimmick that you can buy the refill on magic shop and pharmacy.

Basicly, you display 4 glass covered with red bags, you are explain to the spectator, each glass contains drinking water, but 1 glass contain a poison. The spectator plays a "lucky" games with the magician, they can choose any glass covered with the bag, they try to choose the save glass, one by one, every glass choosen by the spectator, the magician should drink the water, to make sure, that is save. Finally, the spectator left the last glass, when the magician open the cover, they will find the last glass contains a poison.

No force involved and spectator can change their mind.

The quality of the prop are great, built to last. Refill are easy to find and its quite cheap.
You can use it for your parlor show.
The only thing that I don't like is the method, its not something new, almost the same with my e****n e*******y w**s.

Im not gonna use it on my show, but I'm statisfied with the quality of the prop (im collecting all type of russian roulette effect)

7/10
Message: Posted by: Miraclemakers (Dec 30, 2012 07:34AM)
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On 2012-11-14 02:48, Ron Vergilio wrote:
It looks like the object is that the spectator will always pick the safe drinks for the performer. The poison glass will always be the last glass standing. I believe the glasses are covered to begin with so that they cannot see the poison glass. You will notice that the poison glass has some funky fluid in it. Also, if the glasses were uncovered to benin with you would see they all look alike, so when the poison glass is shown, why has it changed????

-Ron
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You got the poin on that