I love the gimmick. 2 trick in 1. a bill vanishes...and changes into another one. SUPER easy to
carry around. only problem is the switch in the middle of the routine. but I came up with a quick
fix for that...so now the trick is pretty much ready to go, yo.
5 of 5 magicians found this helpful.
What a great effect.. Absolutely superb
I love mark masons products.. They never disappoint me
4 of 4 magicians found this helpful.
Was easy to learn and perform. Really surprises the spectator when the change happens.
3 of 3 magicians found this helpful.
I don't write for reviews for many things…BUT, this is awesome. Practical, visual, easy to do. I
will carry this in my wallet.
2 of 2 magicians found this helpful.
Very nice, but lacks dynamic finish, looking for alternate handling for this very interesting
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Everyone has said almost everything on the reviews. My personal option for the supposed swapping to
the gaff $5, then deal with the $10 bill afterward.
I use a Hip Pocket wallet that has a
center divider in the paper money (People use that to keep small bills left, Large bills right
etc..I use a Badger Wallet has one).
I setup my wallet with the working bills ($5 / $10) on
front, then under the center divider another plain matching $10.
(Quick nod to Joshua Jay's
"Transporter" I also have my "Magicians ID Card" there too - which utilizes the divided wallet idea
Follow the provided routine and then after the $5 changes to the $10, open the
top showing the $5 back in wallet and as you remove the $5 leave the gaff $10 and slide out the
regular $10 under the divider.
When everyone had a look, put the $10 behind the divider, and the
$5 in front with the gaff $10. and you're RESET! You don't make a "move" out of it, just keep
dialoguing with them and you are just taking money out and putting it away.
I really enjoy this trick and have worked quite a bit of mileage out of it. Spectators always seem
to like money effects so it never leaves my wallet.
The gimmick is very simple to construct
and Mark's tutorial will guide you right through it.
I work in the hospitality industry so
for the first phase I always use the premise of showing folks how they can be a shiesty tipper if
their service is subpar. Most people wince at this as it is in poor taste. But it sets up the second
phase beautifully. After I agree that it's not cool to be a bad tipper and you need to take care of
someone providing you a service, the change happens into a finski, and it's like, BAM! Gets great
An easy-to-prepare, very easy-to-master bill transposition effect that requires minimal space. Great
thinking and top notch teaching as always when Mr. Mason is in tha' house...
The reason I
gave it 4 stars is because it is slightly harder to perform with bills that don't have exactly the
same size (this is a known problem that applies in many countries, also in mine).
I dont think this is a great trick and it dosnt work with euro as good as it would go with US
By the way the finish is not so clean they tell you that they can examine the bill but
that is not the truth..