An absolutely astounding effect that works every time! You ALWAYS know which key will open the lock! This is a very easy to learn effect that you can perform in a number of different ways!
BONUS! You'll get Monticup's own personal BLOCKBUSTER routine! This routine is so entertaining and so incredible that you may want to close your show with it- it is THAT good! Monticup will show you his secret methods for handling the keys and setting up the effect. Then, get ready to bring down the house! You've NEVER seen a routine like this one! (Sorry, this routine is so good we are only sharing it with customers who purchase THE LOCK!)
Here's the basic way to present this trick: First, show that only one of the keys will open the lock. Toss all the keys, including the correct one, into a glass. Let your spectator concentrate, and let him choose the key he thinks is the one that opens the lock. Put that key to the side for a moment, then let him try each of the remaining keys in the lock. None of them will open the lock. But then put the selected key in the lock- it works!
You supply a glass like the one in the demo video (optional).
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!
Since you are in control of the key that opens the lock, you can also choose to let your spectator have the successful key instead of you having the key. If you are performing at an event in honor of a specific guest (a retirement or birthday party), you can let the guest choose the correct key.If you want to appear to have the power, let your spectator hand you one of the keys and keep the rest to himself. Your key will open the lock, but none of his will.You can also choose to have ANY of the keys open the lock at any time. For example, if you have eight people choose a key, you can have three people try their keys unsuccessfully, but the fourth person's key will open the lock.