The Magic Café
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Ever so sleightly » » Best close up trick (no cards or coins) (0 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

 Go to page 1~2~3~4~5~6 [Next]
thehawk
View Profile
Inner circle
2275 Posts

Profile of thehawk
Would have to be CMHC for me.
RandomEffects
View Profile
Veteran user
Boston, MA
323 Posts

Profile of RandomEffects
As silly and simple as it is. The multiplying rabbits (Eddie Acer models) are so cute and so amazing to kids and adults that everyone keeps asking for me to do it agaian and again.

Mat Random
Reis O'Brien
View Profile
Inner circle
Seattle, WA
2467 Posts

Profile of Reis O'Brien
I'm a big fan of the Hotrod and Gem Busters, myself.
Homo vult decipi; decipiatur

http://www.myspace.com/liar_4_hire
indridcold
View Profile
Regular user
163 Posts

Profile of indridcold
Spounge Balls and cups and balls. Always love the classics. Oh, and CMH.
saturnin
View Profile
Special user
Montreal, Canada
964 Posts

Profile of saturnin
My votes:

-Cups & Balls (Ammar, Gazzo, etc...)
-Peter Rabbit Hits the Big Time (Daryl's Sponge rabbits)
-3 Shell Game (Bob Sheets and Bob Kohler)
-Chop Cup (James Swain, Larry Jennigs)
-Linking Rings (Vernon, Whit Hayden, Aldo Colombini)
-Rope
-Spoon Bending (David Williamson)


Ronnie Lemieux
Montreal
Canada
There is no road to happiness,

happiness is the road!
Scott Grimm
View Profile
Regular user
Chicago
141 Posts

Profile of Scott Grimm
Key bending is it for me.
Faith is at the heart of all magic.
Mistro
View Profile
Special user
Canada
577 Posts

Profile of Mistro
Sponge Balls and Linking Rings gets my vote.
mwolfire
View Profile
New user
Mark Wolfire
91 Posts

Profile of mwolfire
Sponge Bunnies and color changing knife works for me.
Mark
Jordan Piper
View Profile
Veteran user
British Columbia, Canada
309 Posts

Profile of Jordan Piper
Dissapearing hank.
rcad
View Profile
Loyal user
St-Eustache
211 Posts

Profile of rcad
Professor's nightmare.

Richard
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious." Albert Einstein
Samuel Catoe
View Profile
Inner circle
South Carolina
1256 Posts

Profile of Samuel Catoe
Equivoque.
Author of Illusions of Influence, a treatise on Equivoque.
PM me for details and availability.
Jason Wethington
View Profile
Special user
Orlando, Fl
615 Posts

Profile of Jason Wethington
Sponge Balls/ Sponge Rabbits. Hands down the strongest "magic" trick you can do for people. Only mentalism can top it for sheer effectiveness.
Jason
Chris Berry
View Profile
Special user
831 Posts

Profile of Chris Berry
I was just going to post almost the exact same thing as Jason....


Chris
Paul Chosse
View Profile
V.I.P.
1955 - 2010
2389 Posts

Profile of Paul Chosse
Ring Flight - it involves the audience, uses thier ring, offers a multitude of plot possibilities, can be played serious or comic, works for the women (that's a biggie!), looks impossible, is self contained, angle-proof, plays for larger crowds, - what more could you ask for?

By the way, Whit Haydn's talk lines for this are fabulous, good enough that no less an expert than Don Alan touted Whit's presentation constantly (to his friends, only!), and used it himself as long as there were no magicians in the crowd - he didn't want them to find out about it if they didn't already know it!

Best, PSC
"You can't steal a gift..." Dizzy Gillespie
Lo-Key
View Profile
Loyal user
Earth
225 Posts

Profile of Lo-Key
Paul I wll go with Dr Sacks dice routine. easy to carry and packs a big whallop,
cfleming
View Profile
New user
Chris Fleming Long Beach, Ca.
81 Posts

Profile of cfleming
Dean Dill's Blizzard! Smile
I don't have a solution, but I admire the problem.
Jonathan Townsend
View Profile
Eternal Order
Ossining, NY
27083 Posts

Profile of Jonathan Townsend
Been thinking about doing a C/S/B with condiment packets. I'll keep you posted. Smile
...to all the coins I've dropped here
guido
View Profile
Regular user
Sweden
152 Posts

Profile of guido
I love the Cups & Balls.
The only negative side of it is that one has to do it often or will loose the timing. In other words, difficult to learn, but easy to forget as with many other magic tricks of course
twistedace
View Profile
Inner circle
philadelphia
3772 Posts

Profile of twistedace
Chop Cup or Sponge Balls! I can't decide which one has more impact. Probably Sponges because a phase or two happens in their hands but when they see those two final tennis ball sized loads come out of the Chop Cup in the fairest possibe manner, the look on their faces is priceless.
Silvester
View Profile
New user
53 Posts

Profile of Silvester
My vote get sponge balls and CMH
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Ever so sleightly » » Best close up trick (no cards or coins) (0 Likes)
 Go to page 1~2~3~4~5~6 [Next]
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2020 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.09 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL