InEGGsplicable (White) by Mark Traversoni - Trick
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|InEGGsplicable is a brand new release from Mark Traversoni and Saturn Magic.|
For years Mark has been striving for a practical simple hands-off method to have a bill/note produced from an egg.
Other existing methods are time consuming or are not hands-off at the end.
Mark wanted the spectator to be able to break the egg at the end in a clear bag or jar and to be able to take the bill out themselves.
It also had to be quick to set up to make it practical for the working pro who did not want to spend hours preparing.
InEGGspicable provides all this and gives multiple ways to achieve the effect. You borrow a note/bill from a spectator and have them remember the serial number before you make it disappear (non flash options included).
Not too impressed with losing their money you offer to make it up to them by giving them a prize.
You display some cards with various prizes on for them to choose from. They select an egg!
You now hand them a piece of paper and tell them that is the egg, not believing you, you set fire to it and it transforms into an egg.
The gasps of amazement die down at the appearance of the egg, but they still want their money returned.
You look at the egg and either of you can smash it - inside they will find the money with the same serial number inside.
Magic does not get much stronger than this - producing an egg is one thing but the money actually being inside is InEGGsplicable!
InEGGsplicable is a utility method for placing a bill/note, 3/4 of a playing card or any other similar object inside an egg.
The InEGGsplicable routine in the trailer is taught along with routine ideas and suggests for close-up and stand-up routines.
The method is easy and can be prepared in a few minutes.
The uses for this method are truly only limited by your imagination - forget lemons and kiwi fruit do something really InEGGsplicable!
Flash paper, plastic bags and cards not included.
"Mark has brought you an impossible location that will devastate your audience and it's as easy to do as it is to make!"