Rubber band magic teaching Nabil Murday - LINK!
More than two hours of rubber band magic essence of teaching , including multiple cyril performances over the effectiveness of simple rubber band because you learn after this teaching becomes magical !
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Demonstration effect :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLLMCOXH21s
In classic "Crazy Man's Handcuffs, you show two regular and unprepared rubber bands, each held between the thumbs and first fingers of each hand. The rubber bands are linked. After rubbing the bands together, they somehow pass through each other. Many magicians know the secret behind this effect and perform it, but the DVD offers variations and subtleties.
Murday also shows how to perform the penetration as a spectator holds one of the bands in his hands -.. Michael Ammar's handling Dean Dill teaches a "no pull" method for disassembling the bands As the name implies, in Dill's method, there's none of the usual pulling that's associated with the effect.
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Not content with the given method, Murday offers six variations on "Band-It" and includes one that can be executed as a spectator holds the band. There's bound to be a technique that you'll like and want to use. I'm working on one of these variations to potentially add to the second phase of my rubber band routine. Interestingly, there was a problem with the DVD that I reviewed as the explanation of the fourth version was truncated.
And for good measure, while they do not fall under the "Link" theme, Murday teaches a "Broken and Restored Rubber Band" and a variation on the "Jumping Rubberband." Throughout, Murday offers excellent explanations and demonstrates the move from an over the shoulder viewpoint so the concepts are easy to understand and learn.
If you have any interest in "Crazy Man's Handcuffs," you're likely to find lots to like on Nabil Murday's "Link!" This DVD is loaded with lots of useful variations and rubber band techniques and that's no stretch.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 17 March, 2016.