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Illegal Tender by Gregory Wilson (Euro)
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In your hands, a worthless piece of paper becomes darker and darker, slowly developing, with every fold, until you have a brand new, crisp bill. At the end ,the bill you have just created can be handed out or given away.
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Customer Reviews (showing 1 - 5 of 5)4 of 5 magicians found the following review helpful:
Fun effect to carry in your pocket! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 22nd, 2014
Greg's "Illegal Tender" is a fun and magical way to blow people away! I usually just carry it on me with my TT loaded and ready to go in my pocket. Walk up to the register to pay for something...ask if they accept blank currency. Before they can call the manager over...start to magically print the $20 right before their eyes. Once your done...hand the fully printed bill over to pay for your items! I do this at least once a day when paying for something. The look on the clerks faces is worth the price of this effect alone!
Great For Workers!!! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 27th, 2014
I've always loved the Bill Switch plot. Its Perfect for walk around because generally a bill is borrowed, and switched for a larger bill, Which is every magicians most requested effect " can you change my $1 to a $20?". This is all good and well but has always seemed funny to me as in reality i find it hard to believe that the spectator ACTUALLY believes that the bill has changed, and instead just feels the magician with his skill must have switched the bill when they weren't looking… and for that reason, I've been using the effect " Four Quarters" for the past year or so( since its release) it changes the view from a bill switch, using a mismade bill. I feel spectators find this to be more believable because the bill still is what they handed the magician, just all jumbled around.
Illegal Tender has now made its way into my working routine(: The Motivation for the effect is perfect. you show a blank piece of paper and print on it, Slowly and Visually. it couldn't get any better. I feel this Triumphs over past bill Switches because of the Visual Aspect added to the effect. Not only is it extremely visual, But what impressed me the most was how the Bill Provided actually sounds like a Bill when pulled taught. A perfect Subtle convincer. i recommend this to anyone looking to learn a new visual piece of money magic!!!
Don't buy this! Its too good. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 10th, 2014
This has snuck under the radar for a lot if people, and Im really glad it did! Now I can keep this all to myself. The download has multiple live performances and teaches the method excellently. You need one extra thing that isn't supplied but this is something that every magician will already own. What I really love about this routine is how commercial it is. It is a multiple bill change where you literally do NOTHING for the majority of the changes. It really is as simple as swiping folding a piece of paper. Overall this is an awesome routine that I really urge you not to buy. Let me keep this to myself!
I love it. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 4th, 2014
I love your work Greg, nice effect love it.
Good trick Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 21st, 2014
The gimmick is so good. I just want to ask, where can I get that kind of paper. It will a great idea to print the gimmick for cinch trick in that type of paper.
Penguin Magic, do you know where can I get that kind of paper used in this gimmick?
Thanks in advance.
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