Sweet Prediction (Ted Bogusta)
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- Difficulty: EASY
- Category: GENERAL MAGIC
- Product Type: MAGIC TRICK
A sold-out hit at Magic Live that everyone was referring to as the Jellybean trick and requesting to see.
It is a borrowed and signed coin to impossible location routine that is disguised as a game with a prize and a prediction. The appearance of the signed coin comes as a total surprise.
The basic routine begins with you explaining that this is a magic trick, a prediction, and a game.
You borrow a quarter (or similar sized coin). Have the spectator remember the date and initial it.
You then place the coin inside an envelope and keep it in full view as you introduce a paper bag that you explain contains the prize if your prediction is wrong.
You then open the bag and remove a jar full of candy (or anything you like). You explain that the jar also contains the prediction of the coin’s date and if your prediction is wrong, they get to keep all the candy.
The spectator opens the jar and pulls a ribbon out from the bottom of the jar and on the end of the ribbon is a clip with a coin attached to it. You explain that the date on the coin should match the date they are thinking of… which it does.
But here is the unexpected shocker. When they turn over the coin, they see their initials on it.
It is extremely easy to do and open to different types of presentations. The bag with the jar inside can also be kept in full view during the entire routine. You can also use the jar to load billets with predictions. Instead of candy you can fill the jar with anything you like (except liquids or powders). Resetting the jar between performances will take 1-3 minutes.
Comes with a gimmicked candy jar, loading gimmick, coin envelopes, paper bags, and access to an online video tutorial. Manufactured by Martinka Magic. Use your own candy.
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This is a great item. It takes some getting used to get the setup correct but long nose pliers in this case are your friend. I found some plastic marbles to use so they will last forever. Very easy and nice effect. The reset is not quick so plan on only doing this one time. Its not a walkaround trick but perfect for parlor or close up.