Tom Lauten - 357

Tom Lauten - 357



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Tom Lauten - 357

Russia dangerous turntable I believe we have seen, this can be regarded as its magic almost a replica . Just playing Russian turntable has some real danger , but he is playing the 357 magic are not dangerous , not to say that the failure of risk to personal performance is no danger , is that you learn to perform this magic will never be a failure. A viewer was invited to examine six cards , on each side of a card that says the word "Click ( click) the" other side says "bang ( bang ) ." Also check six ordinary envelopes. Each card into an envelope , this time the performer explained to the audience , each card represents a bullet , each envelope represents a barrel . Then performer turned away , back to this audience , put a card telling him "bang ( bang ) " Load envelopes face up , the rest are "Click ( click) " up into the envelope. Then turned to the performers shuffled before these envelopes , performers have to do is find out the "bang ( bang ) " face-up envelope.
A performer does not rule out a risk envelope , anyway, and finally you will succeed. You do not need to sign , no peeking , no indentation, no coercion, no electronic sensing device , not vague . What you did not see , they can choose any of a card , any envelope , in fact , they can even use their own card envelopes.

From the creative mind of Tom Lauten comes "357"


A participant is invited to examine six cards, each one has the word 'Click' on one side and 'Bang' on the other. Six regular envelopes are examined and any card is placed into any envelope as the performer explains that each card represents a bullet and each envelope is the chamber of a gun. Turning away the performer instructs them to place one card showing the 'Bang' and the others showing a 'Click' into each envelope. All are mixed up as the performer turns back and attempts to divine which envelope contains the 'Bang' card.

Using suggestion, precognition and persuasion the performer puts money on the table and states that if he makes a mistake he'll lose the cash. Maybe not as life threatening as a live bullet but none the less painful in it's own way. Each envelope is eliminated one by one, more and more cash is placed on the table until just one remains. Despite the real test conditions you will succeed every time. No marks, peeks, impressions, forces, electronics, duel reality, equivoque or pateo.

You really do not see a thing, they can choose any card, any envelope, in fact they can use their own if they really want to.

Peter Nardi and Marc Spelmann teach 357 and then show you how to adapt the routine for other effects, living and dead, bank night, win or lose.

You are supplied with gimmicks that enable you to be ultra clean with a technique that is truly remarkable.

With 357 you will be able to display true test conditions for a close up performance piece that is as direct as it is astonishing.

Running Time Approximately 1hr 20min


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