Dirty Dog Draw - Brain Watson

Dirty Dog Draw – Brain Watson


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5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Product Description

Thanks to Brian Watson for allowing Stevens Magic Emporium to exclusively introduce this product! Dirty Dog Draw is the world’s easiest magic square! Now you can create the impression of subliminal influence with nothing to remember – other then presentation!  Dirty Dog Draw is specially printed in full color and fits in a single credit card slot in your wallet.  It’s magic that is always with you, always ready to go and is the perfect “ice-breaker.”  I love effects like this that you can easily carry in your wallet and that will allow you to introduce the art of magic and fun to anyone around you – at virtually any time.

The product is well thought out and professionally illustrated and printed.  So whether you are at lunch with friends at work, looking to make a great introduction to someone you don’t know, or with your local magic friends – you’ll be ready to roll in a moments notice with “Dirty Dog Draw!”

Product Features:

  • Wallet Sized
  • Self Working
  • No Memory Work
  • Always Ready
  • Fun and Impromptu

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2 reviews for Dirty Dog Draw – Brain Watson

  1. 5 out of 5


    A simple but powerful effect. Nicely produced on durable plastic card stock. It is designed to play as a demonstration of your ability to subliminally influence the spec. I, however, find that I like it better when I use it to demonstrate my ability to predict an outcome. When they see the reveal they will often look around and see the “hints” I have left around and might say something like, “Oh, I see what you did.” Then, after a few more seconds they realize that that would be impossible, too. DDD gives you a lot of bang for the buck.

    Preston Heller

  2. 5 out of 5


    This is such a beautifully created piece of magic, fits in my wallet and takes up no room yet plays well to groups.
    simple to do and so much scope for comedy.
    5 stars but would have awarded more if possible.

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