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Nine Sided Die by Angelo Carbone
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A large die just over 4" in size is shown and at first impressions seems to be a regular six sided die. However the magician proceeds to show every single side from one to NINE. That's right... one to NINE and not one to six. How can this be when the die is clearly a cube with six sides?

Based on a classic of magic but now brought up to date and applied to three dimensions, the Nine Sided Die is a fun, puzzling piece of magic. The best part, it folds completely flat and can be slipped into your performance case with ease.

Suitable for all ages.

Dimensions: 4.25" (11cm) as a cube. 8.5 x 5.5" (14 x 22cm) folded flat.

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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 28th, 2013
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Saw this done live, and I thought I had a small idea of how it was done until he revealed the ninth side. It is just a fantastic idea, visual, and also very fooling!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 14th, 2015
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The Nine Sided Die is like a three-dimensional version of the trick known as the Surprising Dots. As shown in the video, the magician rotates the Die while counting aloud and demonstrates that it has 8 (or 9) sides.

I really enjoy this trick. It's a fooler and is fairly easy to learn. However, I'm giving it only three stars for the following reasons: (1) The effect is very short -- maybe 20 or 30 seconds, without much build-up or drama. (2) The die is made from cardboard. The cardboard is high quality with an attractive color -- but it won't stand up to constant usage or being dropped more than a few times. I really would have preferred for the cube to be made of something more durable -- for instance, lightweight painted metal, somewhat like the enameled boxes that dominoes are sometimes sold in (or the game Mexican Train). (3) The die is not very practical for walk-around. I suppose it could be put into a cloth bag -- but it's much too big for a pocket and would have to be set on a floor or put into a case when not in use. Furthermore, the angles aren't great for walk-around -- spectators will see too much if they are standing to the side of the magician.
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