Chinese Tweezers by Mario Lopez
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Chinese Tweezers by Mario Lopez

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Chinese Tweezers is pure eye candy - best of all... It's east to perform!

Mario Lopez is one of the recent big surprises of the world of magic. He won the second prize in Micro Magic at the most recent FISM -- his magic is original, simple, different, and fresh. 

Chinese Tweezers is one of his creations, the kind of magic that can only come from a brilliant mind. 

Imagine poking a pair of tweezers down through the small hole in the center of a Chinese coin, and upon pulling the tweezers back up through the hole, a large Kennedy Half Dollar appears on the tip of the tweezers. Amazingly visual!! The effect can be repeated numerous times with the same audience, becoming more magical each time! This looks incredible! There are other ways to make the half dollar appear - your imagination is the limit! 

Now, everyone can perform this beautiful and incredible magical routine. See what all the excitement is about! The set includes all the necessities: coins, tweezers, and a link with video instructions in both English and Spanish.

 

MoM Behind the Curtain Magic Review

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Learn magic from a FISM winner ! Review by David
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 80%
Satisfaction 80%
Mario Lopez is wonderfully skilled - this is going to take some practice - but so worth it - here is my in depth review: https://vimeo.com/222829958

(Posted on 29/06/2017)

With practice it will look stunning Review by nukelear
Satisfaction 80%
As with many illusions the trailer for Chinese Tweezers is very impressive. I have been practicing this for a week now (needs more practice) and have managed to fool myself a couple of times on the video I have made of my performance. I don't think it's wrong to say that it's "easy to do" but that does not mean it's a self-worker. This requires some subtlety and sleight of hand (basic).

I'm only giving it 4 stars because while the instructional video (online) is adequate I would have preferred a little more detail. It may be just me but I had to work a couple of things out for myself.

You will also need to work out a good premise for having a pair of tweezers and a chinese coin on you!

(Posted on 28/02/2017)

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