Outnumbered

Trick by Matthew Wright and Danny Weiser
$50.00 In stock. Order in the next 3 hours, 29 minutes and it will go out today!
 

Outnumbered

50.00 usd

Trick by Matthew Wright and Danny Weiser ($50.00)

In stock. Order in the next 3 hours, 29 minutes and it will go out today!
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When two creative minds come together and create magic, you know that the end result will be something special.

Outnumbered is a simple "blind" puzzle solve that will leave your audience amazed!!

Rubik's Cube magic, magic squares, and memory feats are some of the most compelling, believable, and awe-inspiring weapons in the modern magician's arsenal. Outnumbered takes all three of those effects and combines them into one pocket-sized, easy-to-perform miracle!!!

An instantly recognizable number puzzle game is handed to a spectator to mix up. The magician then "memorizes" the position of the numbers and turns the puzzle face down as he attempts to solve it without looking. Despite there being almost 20 trillion different combinations, the magician is able to solve the puzzle.

Outnumbered can be "solved" in three different ways. A regular 1-16 solve, a magic square solve, or a seemingly random solve that has already been predicted.

Outnumbered requires no memory work, no need for complicated algorithms, and no skill to perform. The spectator can even perform the solves themselves!

Outnumbered is a custom-made gimmick that does all the work for you and can be handled by the spectator before and after the solve.

Leave your memory and mathematical skills at the door. THIS IS OUTNUMBERED by Danny Weiser and Matthew Wright!!

 

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  • 1.

    Hans Petter asks: Is it 100% examinable after the solve?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Casual examination, yes—it would pass. I would not let an engineer have it for an extended period of time.
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  • 2.

    Christian asks: hello, can the spectator - after solving - still move the single stones? so continuing the "puzzel"?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If the puzzle is solved, why would one continue it?
    • 2. Christian answers: because by its nature it is a close-up-trick and the spectator will be tempted to see closer "again"... because by its nature it is a close-up-trick and the spectator will be tempted to see closer "again"... but after your answer i m sure now, lets say... it has something "in common" with for example the "venom cube". which i love, but i would not give in the hands of even a not engineer ;-)
    • 3. Christian answers: (i hope that you will tell me it has another principle than venom cube because i love it in some way and it would fit perfect in my new program with childhood memories...) ;-)
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  • 3.

    George asks: Does this have the same outcome in the number prediction revelation every time or can the number vary? -Ripley

    • 1. Tony answers: Please drop an email to magic@vanishingincmagic.com for an accurate answer
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  • 4.

    George asks: Can the random solve application be used as a matching effect to spectators random shuffle?

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! You can't do that :(
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