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This really seems impossible!
Start with the padlock unlocked.Let your spectator snap it shut.Then let him try to open it by turning the little wheels to different combinations.Of course, the lock won't open.
Then spread your deck of cards face down on the table.Let your spectator FREELY choose three cards.The values on these three cards will be used to select a 3-digit combination.
The cards are turned over, and the three numbers are noted on a piece of paper.(We recommend that step, as it is easy for the spectator to forget the order of the cards).Put the cards in a different order, and let the spectator try and use those numbers to open the lock.The rearranged number combination does not work.But this time, have your spectator dial the number combination IN THE ORDER that he selected the cards.THE LOCK OPENS!
As impossible as this seems, it's very easy, once you know the secret!
The color of the lock you get may vary from the photo.
Includes Peter Monticup's ONLINE VIDEO instruction!We found these great locks and knew we needed to make a magic trick out of them.So we worked out a great routine that is not only amazing, but is amazingly easy.Especially when you can watch Peter explain the working and the routine step by step on the online video!
You supply an ordinary RED BACK bicycle deck.Padlock is metal.Lock measures about 2" long x 1.5" wide x 0.5" thick
How to watch the ONLINE video instructions:After purchasing this trick, you will receive the password for the video.The password will be EMAILED to you with your Order Confirmation.Once you have received the password, click on the WATCH icon located right under the demo video above.The ONLINE video page will appear.Put your password in the password box, and enjoy the video!
This video was filmed in 2020, which is why we are wearing the protective face shields!Happily, shields are no longer a requirement, and we plan to film the demo over again without them.We like this demo so much, though, that we are leaving it "as is" for now. Hope you enjoy it!