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Masimax
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Hello
Does someone know about or use this trick?

I'm curious to know if there are good routines with it and if there are various version of it.

thanks
Massimo Pulidori
BryanDreyfus
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I have various "nut" effects....give an example of the "effect"

ie: "the spectator threads the nut onto a cord, holds both ends and the magician reaches under cloth and removes nut"

Something like this will give us a better understanding of the prop used and what can be done with it.

BryaN
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Sid Mayer
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The prop called a "Brema Nut" is named after Carl Brema who was a noted manufacturer of precision brass magic equipment. It is a nut that will stand close scrutiny (although not extensive physical examination) and yet may be removed from a rope upon which it has been threaded. There are a number of published routines.

Sid
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