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Mystic Chips

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Magic Makers

Product Description

A brass container, lid, and five colored chips are presented. With the performer's back turned, the spectator is asked to select a chip, remember it's color and place it into the container. The spectator is also asked to screw on the lid and hide the remaining four chips in his or her hand. The performer then turns around, not being able to see inside the container or into the spectator's hand. The performer tells the spectator his or her selected color.
Date Added: Dec 18th, 2003


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June 1st, 2010 10:10am
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
As magic props go, this I feel is a quite a fine one. The secret workings of this effect are so subtle if not mathematical, that your spectator will indeed see you as an appropriatly gifted person.
I am a self acknowledged gadget geek. I can blame Adam West's 1960's Batman for this trait. Then, there's Sean Connery and James Bond. I am thrilled to be able to carry 2 and one half decades of my lifes work, inside of a wallet sized device known as my FLASHDRIVE.
Now, if I truly had the ability to acertain colors BLIND, why would I demonstrate that ability by carrying around an unusual brass box, with equally unusual color dotted brass chilps? Why not something simpler? Again, I'm often torn between my appreciation for some of the technical wizardry that magic inventors come up with-but, I also bear in mind, that certain props like mystic chips, look like NOTHING that any average person would 'happen' to have in their pocket at any given time. Here's how I justify this very clever prop... [Read More]

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