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> How Sweet It Is by Diamond Jim Tyler

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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
Effect: Imagine borrowing a coin and having the spectator initial it. In a second, the coin vanishes from your fingertips! The very same coin appears inside a sealed sugar packet which has been in front of the audience the entire time!

Method: I bought this and I was imagining different methods of how to do this. When it came in the mail I was so surprised to see how it worked. I had the right method in my head!

Gimmick: I was a little sad about the gimmicks. The gimmicks it came with I am sure can buy from Staples or Office Max for less than two dollars.

Setup: There is a lot of setup. If you want to do the effect fifty times for different tables you need to make fifty sugar packets.

Clothing: It says you need a jacket or vest to perform but I invented a method where you do not need any clothing requirements.

Angles: The angles are good. You cannot do it surrounded though.

Stay far away from this one

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Feb 07th 2019 4:21pm
This is now on the DVD Sweet. It's been a closer in my set for close-up magic for about 30 years now. It's the trick that makes their head explode.
The set up takes less than 5 minutes to do and preps you for 15-20 sets.
On the DVD I discuss many different ways to set it up.

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