The Bill Test

DVD by Erik Casey ($24.95)

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The most versatile transposition in money magic. Including custom designed gimmicks.

The Bill Test teaches you how to execute a perfect bill transposition with any borrowed bills. This brand new utility device allows you to start and end totally clean, and still perform an incredibly visual bill transposition. The nature of the routine cancels out any doubt of funny business, as everything is examinable from start to finish, because the borrowed bills never leave the sight and/or hands of the spectator. This is a very hands on approach to a classic routine, that will leave your audience in disbelief.

With teaching by Erik Casey and Gregory Wilson, you couldn't ask for a better deal. This will surely be a part of your daily performance gear.

Learn multiple different routines from Erik, Gregory, Ryan Schlutz and Meraux Dantes, and 5 different bill changes in this DVD.


I can't believe this wasn't created 50 years ago.Gregory Wilson
Superb Paul Cummins
When I do non-card magic I am incredibly picky and The Bill Test has gone into my repertoire and wallet. Ryan Schlutz
Hot on the heels of the ever popular Poker Test 2.0, Erik nails it again with The Bill Test. It's the perfect anytime, anywhere piece of magic that you can always carry with you. It's visual, powerful, and it happens in the spectator's hands. This is something I'll use. Tim Trono
 

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Official review from MAGIC Magazine

From the June 2016 MAGIC Magazine. Reviewed by Jared Kopf

The gimmick that comes with the instructional DVD is so disappointingly simple that the purchaser might feel a bit of buyer’s remorse at first. However, this feeling will soon give way to the thought, Why didn’t I think of that? Casey’s gimmick will allow the performer to borrow two bills of any denomination, magically cause them to change places, and then immediately hand them back without leaving a clue behind.

Despite the helter-skelter nature of the instructional DVD, Casey explains everything clearly and completely. He shows how to create the gimmick if one chooses to use different denominations, but the package comes with a prepared five/twenty gimmick and the necessary supplies to create a one/hundred gimmick for Gregory Wilson’s variations. Ryan Schlutz and Meraux Dantes also offer their touches.