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Money just isn't worth what it used to be. It may have you wanting to give yourself a tax cut, literally. Larry shows how doing so is actually possible. All you'll need is two dollars, some rubber cement and baby powder.
Presentation is the keynote for the success of this effect. Your confidence and commitment to selling the routine will determine its impressionability on your audience. Larry shows how your poise, acting chops, and a slight dramatic flare can go a long way.
A sharp twist on a classic gag your uncle may have tried to pull on you a couple dozen times before. Shock your audience with what appears to be an innocent ruse they're all familiar with. This version is a little tougher, though.
There's nothing like a lot of money to really grab the attention of a crowd. Even better yet, money appearing out of thin air can really get them going. Larry presents a fun trick that might just help you tie up some loose ends at the end of the month when the bills start flooding in.
Catch one of your dinner guests red-handed with this good-natured gag that will have you keeping a special eye on your nice silver the next time they come over. A little lighthearted trick that's sure to make everyone at the party laugh.
Larry demonstrates one of his favorite impromptu tricks to perform at a table or restaurant. It all depends on your belief in ghosts. Can you capture a piece of ectoplasm to prove that they're real and always floating around us? You might even fool some of the skeptics out there.
Do you move around quite a bit? Never stay in one place for long? You may need to get yourself your own 'handy' laser micro-printer. This trick will allow you to update and re-update your business card instantaneously for whenever you need to make a new business connection. This puzzling trick co...
This is only a fun gag with borrowed money. Larry explains the secrets and the mechanics behind the Helicopter Bill. Learn how to make your audience's money float all the way up to the ceiling. The trick is, how do you get it down?
For this experiment, you'll need two volunteers, a lighter and a cigarette (or any item that creates ash). Larry demonstrates how to transport ash without making any physical contact with either of the participants. Ash-stound your audience with this seemingly inexplicable trick.
The secret behind this trick is audience participation. By allowing your participates to physically partake in this demonstration, you'll fool all their senses into believing there is no way they haven't broken the toothpick. This makes the final reveal beyond comprehension and quite shocking for...
Is there anyone you owe a couple bucks to? This little monetary gag will really help you make good on some of your debts while also raising a few eyebrows in the process. Considerable preparation time is required.
This is a great experiment for someone who loves to play the stock market or anyone that needs help choosing a stock. How do you know how to pick the right stock that's really going to take off? Larry demonstrates how to predict just that. You might want to call your broker after this.
This trick is the perfect way to leave a very strong impression on any future business connections. You'll test how in-tune they are with their name and their prediction abilities. All while getting your business cards into their hands and making yourself a pretty hard person to forget.
Have you ever heard the saying, "East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet?" This trick modifies that saying just a bit. Instead of twain, it's the twine that'll never meet. Using nothing more than some packing twine, you'll prove that old saying wrong and truly surprise your ...
You know what's a real enemy to your arches? The little stray pebbles and rocks that manage to slip inside your shoe everyday. It seems almost impossible to explain how they wind up in there again and again, without fail. Larry might be able to help uncover their secret ways, though.