Fortune (Bill Production)

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Magic download (video) by Inaki Zabaletta ($12.00)

Brace yourself to be fooled. Argentina's Inaki has devised a gaffless, invisible way to multiply banknotes--from one to more than a dozen. When you watch the trailer, you're seeing an uncut performance and EXACTLY what you would see in real life. Above all, this trick is PRACTICAL: you can do it anytime, anywhere, without any fuss. What's more, this is PERFECT for virtual performances or video clips, as well as in person. You'll see that your sleeves can be rolled back when you perform it, and you can show your hands unmistakably empty. There really IS just one, normal, crisp bill in your hands. As you squeeze, you cause the bill to multiply ten-fold.

Perhaps the greatest feature of "Fortune" is that it's not at all difficult to do. Once you know the secret, you'll be able to practice one simple task to make your own money appear to multiply. It's rare to find such a clever, practical new idea without playing cards, and one with banknotes is particularly refreshing. This is an ideal interlude to your next show. We hope you enjoy "Fortune."

Running time: 4 minutes 49 seconds

 

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  • Maksymilian asks: Hello, is there any palming in this trick? I've small hands, will this work for me?

    • 1. Dottore answers: If you have really small hands, you may want to stay away from this.
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  • Kevin asks: Do you need to wear a long sleeve shirt or can it be done in short sleeves

    • 1. Dottore answers: A long sleeve shirt is best.
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  • Maksymilian asks: Can the bill be examined by the spectator?

    • 1. Dottore answers: Yes.
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  • Renzo asks: Does it come with the bills ??

    • 1. Dottore answers: No, it is a download. Supply your own money.
    • 2. Donald answers: Wish.com has great deals on 100 dollar bills. Other denominations but there is something about hundred dollar bills, right? I am about to replace my tsttered Budda Money Mystery - never leave home without a mkney chaning effect.
    • 3. Dylan answers: hot tip: the bank or an ATM machine wil usualy supply very nice bills (as opposed to a supermarket)
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  • Ben asks: Wasn't this taught in the Mark Wilson Video Course in Magic?

    • 1. Dottore answers: It actually dates back to Jose Frakson.
    • 2. Reginald answers: I was thinking the same thing when I saw the performance.
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  • Paul asks: Can you do it with UK polymer notes ?

    • 1. Dottore answers: Not if there is a large transparent section.
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  • Rob asks: How is this method considered ‘new’ and something he devised?

    • 1. Dottore answers: He has a few tweaks to the classic handling.
    • 2. Rob answers: A ‘few tweaks’ isn’t something ‘new’ that he’s devised though. I like VI but since your promise to curate the products you sell has been quietly dropped (at least, I can’t see it any more) there’s some rubbish being sold on here.
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  • Christian asks: Can this be performed in a jacket, with sleeves not folded up?

    • 1. Dottore answers: A long sleeve shirt is best.
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  • Rob asks: Can this be done with polymer (Canadian) money?

    • 1. Alex answers: Like the British money apparently if there are large transparencies you should avoid. When I come across this issue in Scotland I use a few American dollars and some patter as to american currency.....people like it. American money is a novelty to many around the world. The mighty dollar etc. Maybe you could work something. Be creative
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  • Forrest asks: This was in Mark Wilson decades ago. He shouldn't be selling this.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a similar version in the book you mention but there are some notable differences: This version is done with short sleeves, and the way of folding the bills and the handling is also different.
    • 2. Chadwick answers: This version is done with short sleeves? Or do you mean long sleeves that have been rolled up?
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