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Bill in Egg by Jeff Lee - DVD (with Gimmick)
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 10th, 2012
Love the CONCEPT of the trick, but it reminds me of the days, 4 decades ago, when I was 6 months into magic, and a new trick says "... and force a card using your favorite method." Except this is more like "... and make the elephant disappear using your favorite method." The DVD shows you how to accomplish ONE of THREE necessary slights, but not a hint on the other two. Stooges? Don't know. Also, seems like this would ONLY work using Chinese currency, as it requires a specific look to the bill in order to pull off the illusion. US currency does not have that required look to their bills.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 17th, 2012
A couple of minor problems with the language. One example is that it says you need a 'cream based super glue'- something I'd never heard of. I spent a significant amount of time trying to find it before finding out that (apparently) they mean a 'gel' super glue.
It's difficult to say what's really wrong with this trick without at least hinting at the secret because the problem is that the secret you get is not quite the same as the one advertised. While the DVD explains how to do a version of this trick it's not quite the same as the version shown in the demo video and the description.
I was already familiar with possible methods, but I bought the trick because of the demo and the 'No stooges' and 'No switches' in the description. The egg isn't switched. And there don't appear to be any switches in the demo video (certainly not any of the switches described on the DVD).
And there are no stooges required for the method you get on the DVD. But I've been doing magic over 50 years and I'm fairly sure that the method used in the demo does use a stooge (or a plant to be more accurate).
I wish I could blame the misleading ad on the language, but I think the seller is responsible to get a translator that doesn't make such a significant error. And I blame only the seller- not Penguin Magic. In any field other than magic I suspect this would be considered false advertising.
It's not as bad as if you watched a demo video of David Copperfield's Flying and then bought the trick and received a Super-X Suspension, but it's the same principle.
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