The Penrose knot has never been clearly explained until now. A strange effect that is not only made fun by the supplied script, but an "in the hands" tying method is revealed.
The magician ties a rope into a chain of 30 knots. Each knot appears identical.
The spectator grabs one of the knots. The magician now pulls on the ends of the rope, and every knot dissolves - except - the knot the spectator selected. That knot proves to be a common overhand knot.
The Penrose knot was published in Karl Fulves' Self Working Rope Tricks, but the description was less-than-clear, and the effect is quite strange.
Well, the author of How To Write A Script shows how he used his methodology to write a script that successfully explains and entertains with the Penrose knot. He's even worked out a "in-the-hands" way to tie the rope in front of the spectators!
This ebook gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup and nuance of the routine.
The ebook also takes you through the an overview of some of the steps of script writing and routine design used to create the script.
1st edition 2017, 18 pages.
word count: 2269 which is equivalent to 9 standard pages of text