i haven't tried this yet...that being said sometimes i re-submit a review because certain things
happen when you perform for people. you'll think differently of an effect if it gets little to know
reactions, they guess how its done, or there's too many fishy moves. as always with alakazam you
rarely have to do many difficult moves which allows you to work on connecting with your audience and
for what you get from penguin's price, its worth your money but everywhere
else sells this for bucks. anyways you're getting a lot of knowledge from the dvd. i really really
loved the spiked routine. its unlike any i've seen. makes me smile evil thinking about it. this
isn't mentalism mentalism. some routines can take anywhere from 5min or longer. paid gig, great, for
a house party or on the streets, not so great. this qualifies. add to cart. i love it so far.
the trick has many diferent effects but you can only use one per audiance and cant let them ever see
u do it again. i mean its good but way too much for the price but u cant get anything like this with
anything else. all that is special are the dice and how they are made. you do no work and just make
sure noone exams them too long. i would buy it becasuse i did this for my family and they all fell
for it. but only buy it if u have tons of money to spend
This is a tough one for me. I really like the idea behind the method, and the effects presented are
very good and very creative. The DVD is very entertaining, as is everything from Spelmann and
The one problem I have is that I'm not convinced the method will stand up to
scrutiny. Initially, the spectator won't suspect anything, but depending upon the effect and the
quality of the presentation, the spectator can very easily spot the gimmick if1 they look for it.
Bottom line, I do like this, and you need to be very careful with effect selection, and the
type of crowd you use this on.