The beauty of this trick is that as I sit here and play with it I begin to notice how well the
pieces work together to justify actions, to camouflage things you don't want the spectators to see,
and to beautify the effect "Holy Moly" that has moments of you simply standing there hiding the dirt
while pattering away (and looking like a suspicious fool). This take on that effect allows you to
put the materials on the table while you speak, handle things "naturally," and END COMPLETELY clean
with a justified action that is not suspicious AT ALL. You could also present this the same way as
"Holy Moly" with a special move or two, but I'm keeping this one simple.
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Those who are familiar with Jay Sankey know one thing, he is extremely talented and can make the
hardest things look easy. This reflects sometimes into his marketed items. You buy it and never
perform it because of a particular move that is too hard to confidently pull off. This trick is not
one of those. There is a common slight needed for 'Key Deposit'as it's not self-working, but it is
one of the more easy slights, plus if you don't know it you need to learn it anyway. You'll have it
down in no time (though practice does make perfect). There are no gimmicks parse, there is an extra
but nothing has any secret moving parts and you end clean. The motions during the routine are
comfortable, natural looking, and logical. The secret move happens at a perfect time. I love this
purchase and highly recommend it. If Jay had come out with this many moons ago, before his
repertoire grew so massive, this trick would probably be going down in the annals as one of his
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Great trick easier than a lot of them out there but very cool. I read it once and was able to
perform it straight away and my wife loved it. One of them clever tricks that is there to be easy
but great. Thanks
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Have been performing this for a few people, its been getting good reactions. I like his hook about
doing magic with nothing. The magic happens in the spectators hands, and its all done before they
think the trick has really started
I love magic with ordinary easy to understand objects. This fits the bill. The the person who says
the tags do not look very good, I disagree and honestly if you don't use this because of that then
all you have to do is go to the store and buy new tags for a couple of bucks...maybe? No need to,
this trick is simple and great. Typical Jay Sankey magic, you end totally clean, the slights (very
very simple a beginner can master in five minutes if they don't know how) are easy and really not
even slights. Keep this on your key chain along with Killer Key by Sankey and have Ring Flight or
something else on your ring and you've got a whole bunch of magic in your pocket for a little bit of
nothing. I bought this about ten months ago, never opened it, now I have it with me all the time
when I need something. Just get it, nice trick and easy explanation, you can do it after five or ten
As the title says, I like it, but I don't do it. The idea is neat, but the gimmicks aren't that
great. If you have this in your keychain, they will get dirty and beat up prettt fast making it look
different from the final give out. The tag doesn't look like a tag, this could be so much better.
I was skeptical this trick would wow spectators since it is so simple and not among the latest and
greatest. Wow was I wrong. It gets great reactions for me and I keep it right on my car keychain.
I've sent 5X as much as on tricks that get 1/10 this reaction. Its a surprising winner.