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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.
Here’s a confession – don’t think I had heard of Jeremy Pei before. However, as the introduction to this DVD told me he is 3 times Singapore Magician of the Year. So he clearly knows his onions. The routine is a classic linking ropes routine – 4 loops of rope link and unlink in a very visual and magical way.
There seem to be a lot of ‘version 2’s out at the moment and the latest one we’ve looked at is Oddball 2. I can’t quite believe that the original version was first released in 2003 – that makes me feel very old!
For those who haven’t seen it before it is a ‘Kurotsuke’ type effect – where you are able to discern which spectator has the one black ball amongst 5 white ones.