Short Change Plus

Trick by Juan Pablo Ibañez
$39.95 In stock.
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Short Change Plus

39.95 usd

Trick by Juan Pablo Ibañez ($39.95)

In stock.
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Short Change Plus is an ideal close-up magic routine in which you take the audience on a journey through a variety of magical moments using money. This is an easy trick with a surprising ending that resets instantly. Perfect for any table-hopping performer.

Based on a classic idea from Dai Vernon, this fun effect features many different magical moments in which money seemingly disappears before impossibly is transformed into $100 bills. There's a lot of incredible magic in-between that will leave audiences with a huge smile on their face.

 

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  • Kevin asks: is this available in UK currency

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Short Change is fully customizable and works with most currencies. UK bills will work :)
  • Nicholas asks: I imagine this won't work with Australian currency. Our money is polymer and the bills are different sizes AND colours.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You could always use paper to match the size. this would require a change in presentation of course.
  • Robert asks: Is there any information on what is supplied vs. what the buyer needs to create?

    • 1. Jim answers: You will need to supply the bills, and three common items found in almost any home office. If you need further details, please contact customer service.
    • 2. Robert answers: Thanks Jim. Can you tell me what is supplied for $40? I'm assuming it is some sort of gimmick.
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  • Lyle asks: How difficult is this? Any sleights?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Why'll not fully self-working, there is nothing too complicated sleight-wise going on in this routine.
  • Lyle asks: What would be the degree of difficulty of the sleight? Begginer, intermediate or advanced?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I would put the degree of difficulty at advanced beginner
  • Albert asks: Are the instructions for the setup and the counting in English?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, they are in English and Spanish
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