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You present two columns of dice with the numbers 1 through 6 on them.
In one of the columns, the number sequence is from top to bottom, in the second column of cubes exactly the opposite. You cover one of the columns and instantly the cubes match the other column. The audience can see both columns of cubes in exactly the same number sequence.
Next, you bring out a clear plastic tube and ask a spectator to place the blocks in the clear tube. You place your tube over your column of cubes and instantly they are in the same sequence as the spectators. No matter how you build the cube column the other will magically arrange itself to match it.
Whether it shows only the even or odd numbers forward, mixed, jumbled or just plain out of order the other column matches the hap hazard stack. The cubes from BOTH columns can be separated and the cubes shown as separate pieces.
1 opaque tube
1 clear tube
12 individual numbered, gimmicked cubes
Variations moves and tips
Complete routine with video instruction
Special thanks: David Wu (2013 JAPAN CUP Close-up Champion)
Online tutorial video will contain "one man routine" and "two man routine" step by step.
Posted by John on 18th Oct 2016
The history of this is as fabulous as the quality of the props. This really is an amazing illusion and I am so glad to have it.. Check out Paul Daniels on YouTube (Bewildering Blocks)