This is just a great routine. Watch the trailer and just get it. If you like money magic you will
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I've always liked this bit of puzzle magic. The workings of the effect are very well explained in
the video. Is easy to make up and learn. A clever, fun routine! Where did those missing dollars
My mother was a math teacher, and for many years loved giving this puzzle to her students. I was
delighted to see it re-born as a magic trick. Nicely explained, easy to do, and it will become part
of my day-to-day tool box. What a great presentation. Thanks, Nicholas - well done!
Nick has taken a very old math puzzle and sculpted it into a mysterious piece of magic. His
scripting is flawless, the technique brilliant, and in the end he spends time providing an
alternative ending, specific touches, and pearls of performing wisdom. All of that for the price of
a couple of lattes at Starbucks!
I’ve carried this around with me for the last month and have been performing it without issue after
watching the video a few times to memorize the story and “moves”. It’s incredibly easy to perform. I
can focus exclusively on the performance. The story keeps everyone engaged. Nobody has a clue where
the dollar went. Great for beginners and professionals alike.
Awesome Routine for Restaurant Work.
I alternate between this Routine and Hornswagled which is
featured in the Easy To Master Money Miracles.
The Vault is easy to learn, and blows people
It also assures you that you have $30.00 Emergency Money with you, should you need it!
I have been reciting this little logic puzzle to people for more years than I care to admit and it
never fails to delight. Now with the addition of being able to physically show that the dollar
REALLY does vanish is a wonderful idea. Take a look and this and think about it. Even though a few
people, very few, will know how to solve the puzzle they will be caught completely off guard when
you actually make the dollar vanish right in front of them! The puzzle goes from their mind to a
physical demonstration. Many thanks to Nicholas Einhorn, the late and great Daryl and P.M. for this
I watched the video a bunch of times and it doesn’t explain the trick or gimmick! What’s the deal?