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At The Table Live Jonathan Friedman

EUR 6,90

Codice: ID-8264

Categoria: Dvd in lingua straniera

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Da musicista professionista diventato mago e autore, Jonathan Friedman sa come coinvolgere il pubblico e ottenere recensioni entusiastiche. È il vincitore del premio Vanishing Inc "Trickie" 2015 per il miglior libro magico, The 80's Called ... They Want Their Magic Back Vol. Uno, e autore del prossimo The Magic of Jonathan Friedman: The Musical! Non vorrai perderti questa conferenza! In questa edizione di At The Table imparerai:

Time Passages: A BRAND NEW concept that allows you to accurately predict or reveal a spectator's freely-selected time of the day or night in an ultra-visual way!

The Fifth Fourth: An updated twist on Harry Anderson's "Gang of Four" effect that uses your own business/blank cards. Multiple presentations are discussed allowing you to showcase your own personality with an impossible prediction, a believable sucker hook, and a kicker-ending that truly kills.

Auto Repeat: Disengage: A playing card and the rest of the deck change places right on the spectator's outstretched palm. Impromptu, fooling, and funny!

In Clenched Fist: A multi-phase coin-through-hand routine that uses only one coin and a few funky moves.

Selectigami: A selected card is revealed like a secret message within the folds of a "coded message" written on the back of an indifferent card.

Thumbs: Like a hot knife slicing into a stick of butter, your thumb visually melts through the top-half of the deck, stopping at the spectator's chosen card.

Supergroup: Sixteen of the world's greatest rock stars are put through a spectator-led "battle of the bands" shuffle/elimination free-for-all, only to become the predicted ultimate "supergroup" of all time. A personalized twist on John Bannon's "Origami Poker" that would make even OZZY proud.

ABC, 123, ESP!: Numbers, letters, and ESP symbols chaotically combine in order to find a selected card in an "easy on the eyes" manner not usually found in your basic "counting, spelling, mindreading" combo trick.

The Perfect Match: A drawing of a wooden match on the back of an indifferent card visibly ignites as it becomes "the perfect match," as well as being "the perfect match" to a previously selected card.