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Anyone have this, and any thoughts on this? Any angles need to watch out for? Can it be shown empty at the end? Here's a description:

Three silk scarves are tied together and placed inside of a tube. The magician then holds the canister behind his back and claims that the silks will "jump from one end to the other." Of course, the audience is more than a bit skeptical, so the magician offers to show them a different trick. The three scarves are bundled into one hand and he announces that they have merged into one big scarf! Again the audience can't be sure, but when the magician opens his hand the three scarves really have merged into one long piece!

Comes complete with tube, all the necessary scarves and detailed instructions.

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Laflin sells this as well. I've seen the explanation and don't want to tip the secret. However, the tube is meant to be seen as more of a gag part of the routine, similar to the sliding of the die in the sliding die box. It is important ot the work, however.
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