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It's The Rules ( DICE ROUTINE ) by Bob Sheets - DVD
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Bob Sheets has taken the Sachs Dice Routine, and cranked it up a serious notch! Magicians are being fooled by the new and deceptive handling. It's just not the same trick anymore. IT'S THE RULES can be performed anywhere, anytime, and without any set-up. You'll love the killer climax!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 12th, 2016
This is a great trick, and I added it right away to my repertoire. The production is a little flawed; the music is way too loud (and honestly unnecessary). But it didn't stop me from learning the routine.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 28th, 2014
Bob Sheets' dice routine includes the same effects as the famous Dr. Saks routine, but has a different ending. Sheets' routine is easier to memorize, including repositioning the dice between phases.
The two moves are easy, although it takes time to learn to do them smoothly. The fingers have to be pretty much in the same position before and after the move, which is important for the illusion that you've merely turned your hand over.
I also prefer Sheets' way of showing the dice directly in front of your body, rather than the common way of doing Dr. Saks' routine, in which you hold the dice off to the side.
I took off a star because it takes some effort to follow Sheets' instructions. He could have done it slower and made it clear which move he was doing at each stage. It helps to write a summary of the routine.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 30th, 2012
This is one of the most poorly made DVDs I have purchased. The "background" music is extremely LOUD and the instructions, which are cursory at best, are inaudible.
One would think that at the price charged, the product would be of much higher quality.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 9th, 2010
Bob sheets has taken the sack's dice routine and made it better. The original was a bit of a problem due to awkward twisting. This method is streamlined. The finale is the best part and is a flurry o jumping dots. Sheets teaches this part first because if you can do it, you can do the rest of the routine. This routine will take some work to memorize the steps, but it is well within the grasp of the average magician.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 11th, 2015
Unless you're doing this trick for a coin collector who's familiar with coin holders, it's unlikely you would do this as an impromptu trick. Perhaps it's just me, but suddenly pulling out some weird item out of your pocket that you normally wouldn't carry to show someone a trick just draws eye-rolls. Perhaps as part of a coin routine it may come off better, but not something I see myself ever doing.0 of 1 magicians found this helpful.
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