Magic Nook Magic
D.I.Y. Busking Table
Zippy Color Sponge
Crystal Clear Cups
One Fish, Two Fish
Color Sponge Ball Routine
Cups and Balls
by Jim Gerrish
I decided to take up the
challenge to develop a Cups and Balls routine using three
different color balls to match the different color cups
red, yellow and blue. By modifying some techniques
of Al Schneider and Milton Kort, as well as adding some
of my own... I think I have succeeded.
04/08/17 - Al-Quadir
Marsh and I came up with a greatly simplified version of
this that I call "Pseudo Color Cups and Balls."
I decided to attach it as a BONUS addendum to this
e-Book. It has already been sent to previous purchasers
and will go out to future purchasers as part of the
We call this
Pseudo because it only uses the simplest
sleights from the Cups and Balls genre, and it is really
just a Color Sponge Ball routine performed with Cups. The
advantage to it is that if you come from a background of
doing sponge ball magic, you can use this to transition
into more serious cups and balls work. OR if
you are in a situation where you are surrounded and would
have difficulty doing a regular cups and balls routine
because of the angles or viewpoints of the spectators,
you can blow them away with this. If you like it,
youll find a reason to perform it. If not, you have
the regular cups and balls work described above and this
is just a bonus.
|Buy all 10 articles of this issue (#29)
of the Wizards' Journal
That's $4.00 per article
if purchased together!
in the world do our customers come from?