Vallerino is one of France's greatest magicians, and here he has solved a common dilemma in mentalism in an interesting way. For those of us who think "risking" your hand (or a spectator's hand) in a smash-and-stab type of routine is a BAD idea, this is a much more sophisticated, safe, and interesting premise.
You are sitting down after dinner, just before coffee, and you pull out some empty cups (6, 7, 12 or more if you wish) -- and then you present a small Buddha statue. You turn your back so you cannot see what is happening. You ask a spectator to hide the Buddha underneath a face-down cup, and to mix up all the other face-down cups on the table. Without asking any questions, you immediately find the hidden Buddha!
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John asks: Does this trick come with everything you need to perform it or must you already own something else.
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- 1. Dottore answers: You will need to supply the cups.
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