Make eggs appear from a silky cloth! Includes a mechanical chick surprise!
Use this as an egg production- or even as part of a CARD TRICK routine!
The basic routine goes like this: Show both sides of the cloth to your spectators. Fold the cloth into a bag shape. At your command, an egg INSTANTLY drops out of the cloth and into your hat (or other container)!
Yes, you can repeat this as many times as you want!When you fold the cloth into a bag, it seems the eggs just keep coming!
BUT THAT'S NOT ALL!After you are finished producing the eggs, you can reach into your hat and produce- a mechanical chick!The chick is cute by itself. Wind it up and it wobbles across the table.But why not use it as a part of a card routine?
Here's an idea for using the chick in a card trick:Let your spectator cut the deck to choose a card.(You can use the Cross Cut Force method- click on the Tips section above to see an instruction video).After he looks at the card he has cut to, he replaces the card anywhere in the deck.You spread the cards face down in a line on your table.You wind up the chick, and let it bounce across the cards.You tell your spectator that when the chick stops, his card will be under the chick's feet.Wow- this is going to be impressive!The chick stops on a card.The spectator turns the card over. It is not his card.(if by pure luck it is his card, then stop the trick right there- it's a miracle!!)But most likely it will not be his card.You say, "I said the card would be under the chick's feet. And it is!"At this point, you turn the toy chick upside down, and attached to his feet is a mini playing card.It is his chosen card!The mini card can be easily made on your computer, printed then cut out and glued to the bottom of the chick's feet.This is the card that you will "force" using any card force you prefer, including the Crosscut Force that Peter Monticup teaches you on this page.
You will need a top hat, a bag or a similar size opaque container.Egg is made of plastic.
Here is a FREE video lesson to teach you an EASY way to force a card, called the Cross Cut Force. Use this force anytime you need to control the selection of a card- it fools them every time!For this trick, you'll need to "force" a card on your spectator. In other words, you need to make it seem like he has a free choice, but really you are making him take the card that you need him to take. There are many ways to force a card, including the Cross Cut Force. We also carry several books and DVDs to teach you the different methods.
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