This is one of the best items from Ton Onosaka!
And a killer spectator involved finale!
The magician shows a flat figure of a famous puzzle cube.
One side is jumble and unsolved, but the other side is solved.
Magician explains that flipping the figure vertically can 'Solve" the puzzle, but flipping horizontally "Jumbles" the squares.
The audience is not impressed, for they are sure that the performer has simply flipped the figure....
After much comedy by-play, the magician shows the other side. The cube is supposed be "Solved", but it is "Unsolved" because the magician flipped it horizontally...
The magician flipped the cube again, now the cube on the other side is "Solved"!!
Then the magician show the other side, the other side is also "Solved". The entire cube is completely solved!!
・Specially Gimmicked Plaques Makes it Easy to Do
・Great Patter Possibilities
・Very well made
・Lots of Audience Involvement
・Packs Flat, Plays BIG!
We are sure you will get a lot of use out of this routine, which packs flat but plays big.
The presentation allows ample opportunity for by-play with the spectators during the initial "sucker-gag" phase, then yields a surprising succession of pay-offs.
Difficulty Level: ★☆☆☆☆ (MAX5)