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Zone Zero II Printed Board (w/ DVD) by Jerry Andrus
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When you mention tricks created by Jerry Andrus, several classics of magic come to mind: his Linking Safety Pins, Andrus Card Control, his classic coin routine, Miser's Miracle are but three. None are more famous, amazing, or popular as his Zone Zero. This routine is totally unique, not difficult to perform, and can be adapted to many situations and themes.
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Zone Zero is a hero sandwich! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 4th, 2013
Ok, lemme 'splain...a hero sandwich is multiple layers of breadmeatcheeseveggie goodness in one bite. Zone Zero II is exactly the same thing in magical terms! This should be as standard an effect as the Cups & Balls or the Shell Game, and within each true magicians repitoire.
Firstly, Zone Zero II is not about the board and ball (oh, and that is all, materially speaking, you are buying), it is about the instructions. These instructions are Jerry Andruss doing the effect, then doing it again with a board made of plexiglass - that's it. But friends, that is all you need. What is revealed are some of the prettiest, most common sense effects you will ever see envisioned. It is all so simple; Duchovnian simple.
Also, unless you posess giant hands, you will have to make your own board; the board you receive is sized for Jerry Andruss, and he evidently had HUGE hands. As a matter of fact, just plan on doing that now. Going in with that knowledge will further shift your attention off of the ball and board, and onto what you are really buying - the Jerry Andruss Zone Zero Effect.
great stage and parlor Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 31st, 2011
When I first saw the video on YouTube, I wanted this, but a friend told me it was very difficult to do. It is NOT difficult at all. I recommend the silk screened board as opposed to the plain board. It adds to the routine.
Excellent Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2012
I'm not sure why this is not a classic of magic, just like the cups and balls. It lends itself to limitless great routines.
A Real Classic Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 30th, 2016
I love this trick. The yellow ball and hypnotic/spiraled board are perfect! I also changed the ball out for a "madball" the 80's classic "monster" designed foam balls. Letting ZONE ZERO be a portal to "the other side"! As if I am summoning a monster or some sort! :) A nice tribute to the classic movie "the gate".
This a great visual trick on stage since it is very big, like watching a juggler you can appreciate the art of this routine just as much as the technical mastery or magic effect.
Great original work, this is what magic is about!
Pros and cons Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 7th, 2016
The routine (as a concept) is brilliant - pure sleight of hand and very deceptive. From that point of view this should have 5 stars.
The written instructions are minimal, and the routine is very short. Almost every other performer I've seen use this has developed the routine far beyond what you get.
The DVD instructions are pretty poor. The whole thing lasts less than 2 minutes - a minute for the performance, and a minute for the performance again but using clear plexiglass. No instructions at all, no breaking down the moves, no helpful hints...nothing.
And the physical product itself...the board is just fine (though I prefer the out-of-stock-currently plain white version personally), but the ball is terrible. It's a rubber ball (good), the correct size (good) but it's far, far too grippy to enable you to do the master move of making the ball disappear as it enters the hole. He suggests putting talc on a ball if it's too grippy, but this is beyond that. I'll be shopping in pet and toy stores for a better (drier) one.
In short, the potential is great. The concept is great. The written instructions are minimal and a bit blah, the DVD could be SO much better, and the ball it comes with is virtually unusable.
Simply beautiful Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 1st, 2014
This is just one of those things that is incredibly simple in concept and execution. It's a wonderful thing to practice and when done well looks incredible. The concept also lends itself well to many presentations that could be worked into nearly anyone's repertoire. This will take some time to perform well.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 5th, 2013
I loved this! Very clever, it can't be done surrounded, but versatile.
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