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ditti80
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Quick question for those who know. What exactly does it mean when someone says, it is a commercial piece of magic? Is it magic that can be performed in an act or on stage? Not sure if I quite get the meaning.

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jcards01
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Usually they are referring to the fact that they use it for laymen.
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For some it means "marketable" or as having profit as a chief aim. For myself, it means it is entertaining to an audience (lay or experienced)...

As an example, the "rabbits" are a commercial piece of magic. My two cents. Smile

John
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For me, it's whatever works in the "real world." Smile
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Ricky B
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"Commercial" means it gets a great reaction from laymen even though it wouldn't fool magicians.

--Rick
ditti80
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Thanks everyone for clearing that up.
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