The Performer shows a solid die, and he proceeds to smash it with his hands! The final result is a flattened die-that is sure to get a laugh. Can be inspected.
A GREAT close-up miracle, ready to perform any time, any where. The performer displays a small walnut box with a die sealed within. The die can be seen through the clear acrylic top. A wonderful and colorful story abou
Don't Blink! It explodes in front of your eyes! Your audience sees you place a single die inside of a clear container. Yet seconds later, the die explodes into eight tiny dice, or even changes color from white to red! All
Mind reading was never this easy! The spectator examines two plastic tubes, two caps for the tubes, and an ordinary die. With the magicians back turned, the spectator selects one of the numbers on the die and seals it inside the smaller of the two tubes
Hand your spectator this beautifully crafted brass die, a chamber and lid. Ask you spectator to pick a number between 1 and 6, place the die into the chamber with his or her number face up, and cover it with the lid. Imagine
A clear-capped capsule with a black die inside is given a shake. The die disintegrates into several tiny colored dice. Alternatively, the die can be changed from black to white. A quick, visual effect. Complete with all the necessary dice, capsule and
A large dice explodes into 8 tiny dice! Place the large metal die into the bottom of the crystal box and show to audience. Then close the lid, shout “Shock!” and shake the case downward. Take off the lid and pour out 8 tiny dice!
Learn the Dice Bomb trick, with DVD instructions. A large die inside a transparent tube. Magician picks up the tube and give it a shake. Magically, the large die turns into 8 small dice.
Shake it up and watch the large die explode into several smaller dice. A dynamic trick that’s stood the test of time and is very easy to do!
One after another dice vanish and reappear inside a set of matching brass bowls. A great close-up routine that can be adapted to a gambling theme or simply blow the socks off your spectators with continuous vanishes and productions of dice. Possibilitie