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Easy Wallet Steal

by Devin Knight
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Easy Wallet Steal by Devin Knight

Do you want to get yourself talked about, fool your audiences, and get a nice round of applause at the finish? If so, try this at your next show.

A man comes up to help you with a trick, as he starts to go back to his seat you hand him his wallet much to the delight of the audience.

Some magicians needlessly worry, that if they do the wallet steal bit, that audiences will not trust them or think they may be a thief. This is nonsense. Most people believe that a magician can easily lift a wallet or remove a watch. This has happened to me many times, and I'm sure it has happened to you too. Some committeeman will introduce you as a magician, and then say jokingly, "You men had better watch your wallets!"

In other words, it seems to be one of the things the public expects you to do, get a man's wallet. Okay, so why not? Here is a way you can do it and you don't have to be a pick-pocket expert, and you don't need any stooges or confederates. This effect uses the method of an 'instant stooge'.

This is not genuine pickpocketing, but looks like it. This release also explains how professionals do it for real as a bonus. Add this great amazing comedy bit to your next show. Easy to do and comes with full directions.

1st edition 2018, 7 pages.
word count: 1568 which is equivalent to 6 standard pages of text


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