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 Post subject: Linking Rubber Bands
PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 10:13 pm 
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Okay,

I recently posted a topic about the Crazy Man's Handcuffs trick. Got that one mastered. Thanks to all who helped me in that area. :wink:

Now for one that I think would be a kicker. Maybe this one has been done, I just have not personally seen it. Performer shows to seperate rubber bands which can be examined. Performer takes them back from spectator and slowly touches the two bands together and the visually melt together and are now linked (kind of like the Chinese linking rings trick) Then just as casually gives a little tug and they are now seperated and can be immediatley examined again.

Does anyone know of a method that would work for this effect. Maybe there is one already out there, but like I said above, I have not seen it yet. Any help would be appriciated. If you have any tips on how to pull this off, feel free to PM me. Thanks to all!! :D *street*


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I've heard a lot of great things about Chris Kenner's Missing Link. It can be found in Kenner's book, Totally Out of Control.


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Check the Hampton Ridge series. There is a tape on rubber band magic


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There's a trick called "linked 4 life" where 2 (and only 2 rubber bands) are shown and the visibly melt together and handed out but can't be taken apart.


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