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SCOTCH & SODA
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SCOTCH & SODA
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SCOTCH & SODA
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TR-9108
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$29.95
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Two coins are shown: A Mexican 20-Centavo (copper) and a U.S. fifty cent piece (silver). Coins are passed one over the other in a rubbing fashion to show the contrast between the two metals and their different sizes. A spectator is asked to assist by extending his/her right hand. The two coins (copper & silver) are placed on their palm and the fingers closed over the two coins. The spectator is instructed to place both hands behind their back and to place one of the coins into the other hand. Now the spectator is asked to bring both hands forward, in a closed position, both hands extending to the front. The magician states that he will attempt to locate the silver coin. Tapping the top of each fist, he declares that the silver coin is in the left hand. That hand is opened revealing a silver coin, the 50¢ piece! The spectator is asked to keep the right hand closed and to again put both hands behind his back. This time he is to mix the remaining coin (the copper coin) from hand to hand, and again, to bring both hands forward as before. This time the performer makes a small wager with the spectator. "I’ll bet you a friendly ’Scotch & Soda’. If you fail to find the copper coin, you owe me a drink, but if you find it, I’ll owe you one. “I’ll bet you, that you can’t tell me in which hand you have the copper coin. Now remember, I’ll bet that you can’t tell me where the copper coin is...is it a bet?” The spectator is at a loss because they know where the copper coin is--they feel it within their hand. Accepting the bet, they open their hand to find that they now hold a 25¢ silver coin! You win the bet, and the spectator is amazed!
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Two coins are shown:  A Mexican 20-Centavo (copper) and a U.S. fifty cent piece (silver).  Coins are passed one over the other in a rubbing fashion to show the contrast between the two metals and their different sizes.  A spectator is asked to assist by e
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