A glass goblet is shown and examined by a spectator. The glass is solid and robust. Now the magician begins to focus on it and slowly the stem of the same glass begins to slowly bend with the strength of the mind. At the end of the performance, when it is almost bent 90 degrees, it is left folded on the table upside down.
Inspired by the famous bent fork effect, it is an effect that can be performed on a stage or in a TV performance. Supplied with two high quality plexiglass glasses, one of which is the gimmick.
The glass has a height of 21 centimeters and a diameter of 7 centimeters, and being very realistic it looks like glass even from a distance and close up. Included is an online instructional video.