At the heart of this incredible routine with borrowed rubber bands is a sequence where the knot of a legitimately broken band is made to jump, vanish, appear and disappear. You will now have a routine to use every time a rubber band is accidentally broken.
But the Jumper phase is only the heart of a four phase routine which shocks and amazes.
The routine begins with Insta-Link where two rubber bands are linked and unlinked. It is followed by Rockband which is an unbelievable new method for apparently ripping a rubber band and then visually restoring it.
Then comes Jumper where a spectator legitimately tears a rubber band in half. You then tie the two ends together and magically and repeatedly remove the knot off the band and throw it back on. The finale is Rubber Restoration where the torn and knotted rubber band is really restored and given out as a souvenir.
Whether you use it in an informal situation or a professional performance you will love adding Jumper to your repertoire. Everything is impromptu and can be performed with borrowed rubber bands. Once mastered you will always be prepared to shock and amaze any audience.
The Magician borrows two playing cards. He rips out their centers and magically makes them link before the spectator’s eyes.
The cards are separated and the audience is allowed to examine the cards in the middle of the effect. The magician then causes the cards to link again! The cards are separated one final time, and given away.
The cards can be borrowed, No advanced preparation, No extra gimmicks
Tom Stone Caught on Tape:
Tom Stone is not only an extremely creative thinker and inventor. He is also a very entertaining and charismatic performer, who has been an underground rumor for years! Perhaps you have heard the buzz after his performances at Magic Castle, or after his lecture at FISM?
In this DVD, you will learn eight of his best routines, and if you like close-up and stand-up magic with a twist, you will not only have a good time watching, but also get a lot of inspiration for your own performances.