Here is a new twist on the classic Bank Night routine. This routine has been out of the public eye for several decades.
Five bills are held in a fanned position in your hand. You tell the audience you are going to try a presentation based on psychology. The audience is told there is a safety pin with a ribbon hanging on it stuck to one of the bills, but they don't know which one. The ribbon is visible hanging from your hand. You explain that you are going to ask four audience members to choose a bill and if they choose the bill that has the safety pin, they win and get to keep the money.
Approaching each spectator, one at a time they manage to avoid choosing the lucky bill, leaving that last bill dangling on the safety pin and ribbon from your hand.
- This routine keeps the money up front and visible throughout the routine.
- No envelopes to replace.
- There is nothing to add or take away.
This is a Bank Night routine that will fit in your wallet and play to a large audience.
3 routines with variations and tips are included. One routine is a very strong psychological routine based on color and doesn't require money.
This is a strong opener, but can be used anytime during your act.
1st edition 2016, 17 pages.
word count: 3665 which is equivalent to 14 standard pages of text
Reviewed by angularjs reactjs (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Sunday 17 May, 2020
I think this is a nice idea. But I almost reduce the star because it only shows the performer view not how it looks from the spectator's view. An additional photograph would be nice.