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As a professional magician a lot of my work is for corporate events, like award ceremonies and trade shows and exhibitions. I get a lot of my bookings through Corporate Entertainment Agencies as opposed to …
As a lover of wine, I was immediately intrigued when I saw this novel bit of mentalism advertised. Sure, the plot has been around a long time, but the idea of using a wine cork as a prop sounded like a good one. In essence this clever trick enables you to tell which hand a spectator conceals a wine cork in – which sounds like a rather basic effect. But, as people who have seen other variations on this effect performed will know, this can be the starting point for an entertaining routine.
It feels slightly ironic that we should be reviewing a trick called ‘Just in Time’ so late. But better late than never as they say. This is the first effect we have looked at by Astor. In my mind he is associated with fairly expensive mental items, so this card trick was a great chance to assess an example of his work.