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Topic: Wizard Magic Review 7th April 2021
Message: Posted by: gtx magic (Apr 7, 2021 10:33AM)
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INSIDER by Marc Oberon (From Your Favourite Murphy’s Magic Dealer)

MAD FAT MATCH GIMMICK (From www.dansperrystore.com)

TCC Presents Artisan Coin Series:On Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...​

FLITE by Steve Thompson from www.ellusionist.com

Torn & Restored Card by www.changingcards.com/torn

Cube In Bottle by Henry Harrius from www.hhpresents.com

Support the show by checking out all World Magic Shop’s & David Penn’s products right here: https://www.worldmagicshop.com/​
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Apr 9, 2021 08:18PM)
Thanks for the link gtx magic!

Another fine show. I don't have Venom Cube yet, so first I need to explore that prop and effect, and then off to get Cube in Bottle. It looks crazy fun!
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Apr 13, 2021 08:39PM)
Good show, but last time Cube in Bottle was visibly shown, and the cube was pressed against the side of the bottle, and penetrated inside the bottle. Then given away. Now that it is available, they drop the cube in a paper bag, and remove it showing it is now inside the bottle. Dave says he does it all the time, so why no live demo?

Always interested in Torn and Restored card effects. Never heard of Bob Swadling's. Would be more interested in obtaining his version first. Can't really do fire magic anyplace these days, plus trying to do a perfect throwing card that spins and then caught, will take a lot of work. Oh! it is high priced, at 46.99 British Pounds. Finally got to see Bob Swadling, heard about him and his gimmicked coins and effect back in the 1970's, can't believe how young he looks.

Would have like to see the lite match producer in action from Dave or Wayne, as I have many different types over the years.
Message: Posted by: Dougini (Apr 14, 2021 11:58AM)
[quote]On Apr 13, 2021, Bill Hegbli wrote:
Good show, but last time Cube in Bottle was visibly shown, and the cube was pressed against the side of the bottle, and penetrated inside the bottle. Then given away. Now that it is available, they drop the cube in a paper bag, and remove it showing it is now inside the bottle. Dave says he does it all the time, so why no live demo?[/quote]

That would be my question as well.

Doug