- Difficulty: EASY
- Category: CLOSE-UP MAGIC
- Product Type: PUZZLE
An impossible puzzle that gives the impression of magic. You show a bar of Mini Chocolates with 70 pieces of chocolate. You remove one piece leaving 69. You then rearrange the pieces so it looks like you still have 70 pieces left -- an impossibility. But that is not all. You repeat the sequence two more times so a total of three pieces are removed and left in plain sight yet the chocolate bar is still complete with 70 countable pieces!
There is even a plastic frame included which fits snugly around the 70 piece puzzle both before and after the three pieces are removed.
This is basically Winston Freer’s Tile Puzzle that was designed by Albert Liao, Neo Chang and Wen Huang to be done with a plastic chocolate bar. Made in Taiwan. Comes complete.
►Includes downloadable English Instructions (pdf) and a link to a video tutorial. The instructions will immediately be available in your Media Library.
This product includes the following digital media:
Puzzling Chocolate Instructions (1.99 MB)
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Perfect for close-up.
I've had a lot of fun performing this! Perfect for close-up.
The size of the pieces makes it ideal for an audience of a few people seated at a table. Everything is self-contained ... nothing added or taken away. I don't finish the effect with the three small pieces, however. It makes sense to put the pieces away in the chocolate box, so I do that with casual chat and then suddenly realize that all the pieces are back together again as they were at the beginning! This comes as a second surprise with the bonus that there is no risk of losing any of the small pieces. Lovely!