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Topic: Tricks with dice
Message: Posted by: shakuni (Sep 4, 2012 02:27AM)
Hi, I am making a list of tricks that involve dice. Please post any tricks or effects that involve dice.

Also note that all the tricks in my list so far need props and there are no tricks needing sleight. Are there any such tricks?

So far I have these:

Die Cipher 2
Dice Bombs
Gamblers' Dice (Sure Shot Dice Cup)
Tower of Dice (Tenyo)
Hydro Die
Las Vegas Dice
Ghost Dice (Magic Wagon)
Flash Dice(Tenyo)
Message: Posted by: Yellowcustard (Sep 4, 2012 03:54AM)
Dr sac dice routine.
Bob Sheets its the rules. (These first two are the same but different)

Dice stacking,

There is a dice matrix were you have the dice set in a squer with the number 1, 2, 3 ,4 face up and the dice go across in order.

Then a version of two hats 4 marbles can be done with different colour dice or any small objects.

All of these use no gaffs, regular dice and various level of slight along with miss direction. Let me know if these help. and which ones fit what your looking for as I migth have a few more ideas
Message: Posted by: Magiguy (Sep 4, 2012 09:42AM)
You may be interested in a booklet by Marlo called "Shoot The Works."
Message: Posted by: Inert (Sep 4, 2012 09:50AM)
Slip-Off Spots
Reappearing Die
Dice Tunnel
Badland's Bob
Growing Dice Plus
Haunted Die
Hot Spot Die
Crushed Die
How To Win At Craps
Shrinking Die
Tunnel Of Darkness
Ultra Tube
Space Towers
Human Calculator Dice
Problema
Mini Die Box
Nu-Die Mystery

The above list should keep you busy for awhile, Shakuni. :)
Message: Posted by: LeoH (Sep 4, 2012 05:00PM)
Badlands Bob is one awesome dice trick. I purchased it in July and have had a blast performing it. You might want to consider the World's Greatest Magic DVD on "Magic with Dice".
Message: Posted by: shakuni (Sep 5, 2012 12:18AM)
Great suggestions, I did not know that there are so many things that can be done with dice. Time to check them now :)
Also, please keep posting if you know about any other dice trick.
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (Sep 5, 2012 08:04AM)
John Kennedy has a great dice effect called Double Whammy. It gets a great reaction!
Message: Posted by: CAPTAIN BEYOND (Sep 5, 2012 11:12AM)
I recently bought an old bag of magic tricks from an antique store.There was a dice trick called"red devils"in the bag.
Message: Posted by: Ovationkck (Sep 5, 2012 12:35PM)
Dicey Dots by Daryl
Not sure if you can still purchase it. I used to have it but wore the spots off of the one die
Message: Posted by: Inert (Sep 5, 2012 04:49PM)
'Dicey' by Bob Ostin is unique because they're folded paper. Originally produced by Emerson & West. You can still score 'em at The Magic Gadget Site for a reasonable price, the last time I checked.
Message: Posted by: mhsam (Sep 8, 2012 10:24AM)
One amazing trick is Axel Hecklau's "Just a Cup" which uses a die.
Message: Posted by: Julie (Sep 8, 2012 12:33PM)
[quote]
On 2012-09-05 12:12, CAPTAIN BEYOND wrote:
I recently bought an old bag of magic tricks from an antique store.There was a dice trick called"red devils"in the bag.
[/quote]

I believe this is a version of "two in the pocket, one in the hand" using small red dice.

Julie
Message: Posted by: CAPTAIN BEYOND (Sep 8, 2012 01:22PM)
Julie,you are right,that is exactly what this trick is.
Message: Posted by: PaulGreen (Sep 8, 2012 11:50PM)
Check out "Miller's Dice"!

Enjoy the search.

Respectfully,

Paul Green
Message: Posted by: mystre71 (Sep 9, 2012 09:11AM)
[quote]
On 2012-09-04 18:00, LeoH wrote:
Badlands Bob is one awesome dice trick. I purchased it in July and have had a blast performing it. You might want to consider the World's Greatest Magic DVD on "Magic with Dice".
[/quote]

What's Badlands Bob's effect ?

In the venon Book of magic he has Climax to for a dice routine.

Aldo C. has some DVDs on Dice and Cards also.

As Paul said above. Miller's Dice routine is a nice routine, although I'm not sure how easy it is to find today ?
Message: Posted by: LeoH (Sep 9, 2012 09:56AM)
Mystre71:

Badlands Bob is a marketed effect from Viking Magic. A die is captured inside a wooden box with a clear cover on top. The six is on top. The die cannot roll inside the box because the box is too small, but you can change the number displayed on top of the die that is selected by the spectators. You need to go to Viking's website and check it out. It is well built, and unlike most tricks the routine furnished with it really plays well.
Message: Posted by: mystre71 (Sep 9, 2012 09:59AM)
Leoh, Thanks! I checked it out, looks like a winner to me.
Message: Posted by: Rainboguy (Sep 9, 2012 10:05AM)
The nicest set of props for a dice trick was made years ago by Sam Berland.

Here's a link I found to the Berland Dice Routine:
http://www.ktmagic.com/auction/APViewItem.asp?ID=4826

I believe Richard Hughes has the right to the SAM BERLAND line, and I would buy this in a heartbeat if I could fine one....
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Sep 9, 2012 10:50AM)
I wish Magic Laurie would put up a demo of her doing a beautiful dice switch
the name escapes me
please Laurie show the demo.
vinny
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Sep 19, 2012 11:27AM)
A Whip cup.

Enjoy your search!
Message: Posted by: Vlad_77 (Sep 22, 2012 08:01AM)
Ed Marlo "High Rise Assembly" in Apocalypse (In fact there are quite a few dice effects scattered throughout Apocalypse) This is perhaps the matrix effect with dice alluded to earlier.
Aldo Colombini's Two in Hand One in Pocket from the Ganson Teach In Series (available at Lybrary.com) of course can be done with dice
Get the book Kort, written by Stephen Minch. One third of the book is devoted to Milt Kort's dice work. (Kort used casino dice. The work is NOT easy but the effects are ingenious)

I also want to "second" Magiguy's suggestion that you get Marlo's booklet "Shoot the Works."

Think outside the box! Many effects that use small objects obviously can use dice. How about doing Paul Gertner's Cup and Ball routine but substitute dice for ball bearings? Many coins across routines can use dice, etc. ...

Casino dice are necessary if you get the Kort work and if you want to do dice stacking and if you want to get into serious sleight of hand that is devoted to dice specifically. Casino dice have a matte finish and sharp corners which facilitate and are even necessary for certain sleights - regular game dice that come with Monopoly are more slippery and have more rounded corners.

Earlier in this thread a member mentioned Dr. Sack's Dice routine. This one is a classic and was re-released in the 2000's. The difference is that the original (published in The Phoenix) was ungaffed and the re-released version adds some possibilities because it is gaffed. I think that the remake I am talking about was not the Bob Sheets one but the one by (I THINK) Sol Stone. Not sure though, it could be the Bob Sheets version. Regardless, it's a great effect, highly visual and really impossible looking.

While not strictly dice only, Aldo Colombini has an e-book devoted to card effects in which dice play a significant role in the effect. Everything Aldo sells on his site is a mere 10.00/item!

Vlad
Message: Posted by: blackstone99 (Sep 22, 2012 10:55AM)
Dice No Dice from Kingdom of the Red


Paul
Message: Posted by: volto (Sep 22, 2012 11:43AM)
Mark Leveridge has a cups and balls style routine called "Wild Dice" that can be excellent in the right circumstances. It's a great, small, self-contained alternative to cups and balls.
http://www.markleveridge.co.uk/wd.php
Message: Posted by: professorwhut (Sep 22, 2012 07:50PM)
"It's the rules", by Bob Sheets.
Fantastic non gimmicked dice routine.
Message: Posted by: francisngkl (Sep 22, 2012 08:01PM)
Perfect Dice by Magic Wagon

http://www.magic-wagon.com/ProductDetail.asp?id=100

Francis
Message: Posted by: NicholasD (Sep 22, 2012 09:05PM)
Sol Stone's is Radical Dice, using special dice. A great alternative to the Dr Sack routine.
Message: Posted by: RussoMagic.com (Oct 1, 2012 10:32PM)
Can't forget the classic 'UFO dice' I have the pro brass version.. a really great trick!
Message: Posted by: CAPTAIN BEYOND (Oct 2, 2012 12:37AM)
I never knew they had a brass "ufo dice".I would have bought one a long time ago.The plastic one works well though and is a favorite of mine too.
Message: Posted by: Hugh Entwistle (Oct 20, 2012 08:54PM)
This isn't exactly a trick involving dice but it is more of a mentalism trick. COrinda has an excellent way of forcing a number from shaking 6 dice in a glass and adding up all the numbers. - can be found in 13 steps
Message: Posted by: tstark (Oct 26, 2012 08:34PM)
Die Namic from Ken Allen which was the precursor to Lunaballs and Squeeze Play. Die Golly, also from Ken Allen which was a two in the hands one in the pocket routine culminating in the change of the very small dice to a Jumbo Die. Die Golly was cleverly conceived and made possible the change without the use of a switch.
Shrinking Die from Royal Magic
Message: Posted by: bwarren3 (Nov 3, 2012 01:40AM)
This is really easy and neat Dice trick that I teach in all of my magic classes...uses just regular dice that I get from the dollar store, usually the colored dice..
Tell your audience of poker buddies or friends you can do remote viewing. Explain what this is for those with puzzled looks on their faces.
ē 2
Pick one person and give them a pair of dice. Turn your back to the person with the dice. Tell the group you'll have the person generate a random number with the dice and then, with remote viewing, magically determine the number
ē 3
Instruct the person to roll the dice. Tell her to add the two numbers on the dice together in her head, but not to say anything out loud.
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Have your friend pick up one of the dice, turn it over and look at the number. Tell him to add this number to the total.
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Ask the dice roller to roll the dice she picked up one more time. Then, have her add this number to her total as well.
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Turn around to face the person and the dice. Look at the dice, add the numbers showing together and then add seven. By adding seven, you'll always come up with their number no matter what the number is.
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Make a good magic presentation of the dice trick. Tell the person to concentrate on his number and pretend to go into a remove viewing trance. To add to the dramatic effect, write the number on a piece of paper and reveal it to the group.

Bill
Message: Posted by: motown (Nov 3, 2012 07:56PM)
Chink-a-chink
Message: Posted by: motown (Nov 4, 2012 12:54AM)
Die Transposition from Rink's Magic
Message: Posted by: Felman (Nov 8, 2012 06:49AM)
Which tricks would you recommend for loaded dice? I bought a pair of dices (one loaded, one normal) recently for some reason, but haven't found so much use for them. Of course you can gamble with somebody using shuttle pass etc., but... it's not very magical...
Message: Posted by: mtgoldstein (Nov 11, 2012 10:09PM)
Another vote for Bob Sheets - It's the Rules. Can't go wrong.
Message: Posted by: Dale J. O'Neill (Nov 12, 2012 02:10AM)
I know Badlands Bob was mentioned but Viking also has some more great dice effects:

Loaded Dice - by Alan Wakeling

Problema

and I think I got this last one from them but I can't remember.

Die-Abolical by Steve Cook
Message: Posted by: fregis (Jul 30, 2013 04:06PM)
Mini Die Lema
Diceolation
Message: Posted by: mindmagic (Jul 31, 2013 02:53AM)
There's a chapter on dice effects in SW Table Magic by Karl Fulves. There are also a few in Dunninger's Encyclopedia. The original Dr Sack routine - which is a stunner - is in Bruce Elliott's Classic Secrets of Magic.

Barry
Message: Posted by: Antony Gerard (Mar 7, 2017 11:21PM)
Die Pene Tration by Rick Johnsson

"Dicey" by Bob Ostin

Shrinking Die

Whip Cup and Dice (My favorite!)

Carl Bremma had a mini, single dice holder (cube), that worked like a Boston Box

Plus, I have two dice effects that I have on the market. The first is, "Dice-Paddle Prediction" that includes routines and ideas with dice and paddles and the second is "Red Hot Dice" that is a pair of dice that at the end of a routine melt into a half pool. The die is half way there and half way melted into a puddle.
Message: Posted by: supertoad12 (Mar 8, 2017 08:17AM)
Diamond Jim Tyler has a nice invisible dice routine in his lecture.
Message: Posted by: Ba Ba Booey (Mar 18, 2017 01:45AM)
Crazy Cube, a second sight effect.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Mar 19, 2017 11:02AM)
7 Lucky Dice by Diamond Jim Tyler

Forcing Dice included.

https://www.mymagic.com/p/mental-magic/7-lucky-dice-diamond-jim-tyler
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Mar 19, 2017 01:04PM)
Hi! Mind Magic mentioned that Dr. Sack's dice routine is in Bruce Elliot's "Classic Secrets of Magic".

Vlad_77 mentioned that it's in "Phoenix". It's in Phoenix #152.

The late Mel Burkhart, an old side show friend, did it with dice about 2" (cube).
Message: Posted by: Antony Gerard (Mar 20, 2017 06:29PM)
A few other effects that employ dice that I found in my collection are, Abbott's "Whiz Ding", Ed Mishell's "Chip Stack", and "Twenty-First Century Miko" put out by Paul Diamond.
Message: Posted by: Antony Gerard (Mar 28, 2017 10:46AM)
This is an idea from my lecture notes/book "Happy Hour" (2014). I originally discovered this idea in 1988 and taught it at many of my lectures, however, I did not put it in print until 2014.

15. White Flower Liquid; White Flower liquid is a Chinese analgesic liquid used for treating muscle strains, congestion, arthritis pain, some headaches, and several other ailments. I started using it in 1988, after sustaining a shoulder injury. It was shown to me by Dr. Wu during the Las Vegas Desert Magic Seminar who treated my shoulder after my injury. Shortly after I started treating my shoulder with the White Flower, I discovered that it had a strange effect on my fingers. It acted as an astringent that caused my fingers to simulate a rattling dice sound when I would rub them together. It really sounds like a pair of dice being rattled around in your hand. I immediately saw the possibilities for the effect. Two of my ideas are; Drop several dice on the table, pretend to pick two of the dice up, and rattle them in your hands. I now ask a spectator, "Call out any number.", and after the spectator calls a number, throw the dice to the table. However the dice vanish. I then say, "Sorry - better luck next time." Or, instead of nothing falling from your hand, a silver dollar or two fall out. Instead of, "Sorry - better luck next time.", at this time I would say, "Nope - it is heads." That is if the coin drops head side up. Otherwise I would of course say, "Nope - it is tails." This could make for a good segue from a dice routine and into a coin routine.

I once showed my vanishing dice effect to my friend Roger Klause who immediately started to use it. I also performed it at many of my lectures. I was amused when a few of my lecture attendees thought that I was using some sort of recording device to create the sound of rattling dice.

Another of its uses is; it clears the sinuses. Something that is very handy when you live in Michigan where colds, flu, hay fever, and congestion are the norm. I would use it just before starting my show or lecture so that my sinuses were clear and I was refreshed. White Flower liquid is available through most Chinese grocery stores. There is one downside to using White Flower Liquid. It has a very strong Camphor and Eucalyptus smell to it.

I hope that you enjoy my idea and will try it
Antony Gerard
Antony Gerard Magic
AntonyGerard.com
Message: Posted by: Antony Gerard (Apr 16, 2017 11:47AM)
Axel Hecklau has a good dice effect called "Just a cup". Very magical looking.

Harold Catquet also has a few good dice ideas. Harold has given me permission to include some of his ideas in my new dice effect, "Red Hot Dice".
Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Apr 17, 2017 08:51PM)
Https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/magic-downloads/close-up-magic-downloads/hacking-sack-and-bolt/ Curtis Kam teaches a great routine on this inexpensive download (along with a cool self twisting nut and bolt - with a little something extra involved. I found the item without too much effort).

At Magi-Fest 2016, Glenn Morphew showed myself and two of my friends a breathtakingly smooth dice routine that I am not sure he has released yet. At least it is not on his site yet http://povmagician.com/shop/ Hopefully, he releases it eventually as it is still burnt into my mind in the "as real as magic can look" category. :-) C'mon Glenn... get with it. [Until then check out some of his other fine routines. This guy does not put out anything bt [b]PURE WORKERS[/b]
Message: Posted by: wally (Sep 20, 2017 08:56AM)
Hope someone can tell me who makes / sells this dice, https://www.facebook.com/jorgos.pampoukidis/videos/10212481684009791/?q=jorgos%20pampoukidis
Message: Posted by: Andy Moss (Oct 9, 2017 01:03PM)
NIM 31 (originally by by Dr Jacob Daley?)


Although not strictly speaking a 'magical effect' It certainly seems magical to the spectator.

I took the trouble of memorising by heart all the various primary and secondary key positions. It has more than repaid my efforts.

What I love about this effect is that the spectator is always so engrossed in the performance that they experience a natural enjoyment in the process. This is of course an effect that can be endlessly repeated!

I generally find that the person you are challenging will invariably demand MANY rematches becoming increasingly baffled as to the strategy you are employing.

I present it as a game of "skill and strategy". Of course it is nothing but a scam! :die:
Message: Posted by: Andy Moss (Oct 11, 2017 02:25PM)
.........Also 'VICTORY DIE'.

A gaffed die that offers the potential for routines involving the elimination of envelopes etc down from six to one.

Sold by Peter Monticup of 'Magictricks.com'
Message: Posted by: Cryptghost (Sep 23, 2018 07:20AM)
I have been using Matt Melloís Rhineís Dice, my favourite dice effect at the moment!!
Message: Posted by: langston3711 (Oct 10, 2018 12:07PM)
John Guastafarro has a great trick that uses dice on his Second Storm DVDs called The Eerie Truth - "A random card is selected using a few rolls of the dice. After showing that your written prediction matches the selected card, you reveal the eerie truth that the trick never happened!"

This trick has a great ending and can definitely be used as a closer.
Message: Posted by: Oil&Water (Dec 9, 2018 04:40PM)
Just a cup is great which I bought it at an Axel lecture a good few years ago now Olly
Message: Posted by: Oil&Water (Dec 10, 2018 05:27PM)
Another die effect I like,
Get 2 dice rolled with your backed turned,
Spectator adds both up,
He or she then chooses any one and looks at the opposing end and adds that to the total,
He or she throws that die again and adds that to the total,
With your back turned ask for the total, deduct 7 and that will give the total of the 2 dice currently showing upwards.
You will also be able to tell them itís a 4 and 4 showing.
Example 4 and 2 thrown = 6 Spec adds the reverse of the 2 ie 5 so total so =11
Then throws the 2 and gets another 4 so total is now 15 which is announced to you.
deduct 7 = 8 and you can tell them that 2 x 4,s are uppermost on both die.
If itís 9 there is a way of knowing whether itís 5/4 6/3 but too long to explain here.
Enjoy Olly
Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Dec 11, 2018 09:51AM)
[quote]On Dec 10, 2018, Oil&Water wrote:
Another die effect I like,
Get 2 dice rolled with your backed turned,
Spectator adds both up,
He or she then chooses any one and looks at the opposing end and adds that to the total,
He or she throws that die again and adds that to the total,
With your back turned ask for the total, deduct 7 and that will give the total of the 2 dice currently showing upwards.
You will also be able to tell them itís a 4 and 4 showing.
Example 4 and 2 thrown = 6 Spec adds the reverse of the 2 ie 5 so total so =11
Then throws the 2 and gets another 4 so total is now 15 which is announced to you.
deduct 7 = 8 and you can tell them that 2 x 4,s are uppermost on both die.
If itís 9 there is a way of knowing whether itís 5/4 6/3 but too long to explain here.
Enjoy Olly [/quote]
Where can this effect be found? (Book, dvd, lecture notes)? Sounds like a fairly mathematical system but not overly hard to do in your head.
Message: Posted by: john magic wright (Dec 18, 2018 08:28AM)
Iíve been performing mental dies for about a month now and itís amazing I perform with a blindfold on and I can tell the people what dices they rolled quite amazing trick
Message: Posted by: BWind (Dec 28, 2018 02:27AM)
If anybody is still interested, Jack Miller sold an effect called ďSlip off SpotsĒ. The effect has a similar flavor as Darylís Dicey Dotís. The difference being the die is faced with Hotrod Gems. Like Daryl, you utilize the Bobo S........ & the P M........, the gems vanish from the cube and appear on the stick. Extremely effective to go right into your standard Hot Rod routine. If anyone is interested I can connect you to a possible source.
BWind
Message: Posted by: chappy (Jan 5, 2019 03:19PM)
Not exactly a trick but I thought this short clip of a handful of dice switches might be of interest here, as I imagine some of the routines mentioned possibly require or perhaps would benefit from a switch? In any case, enjoy a few switches: https://vimeo.com/298806360/f86234f3c0
Message: Posted by: tommccowie (Jan 8, 2019 01:55PM)
I was wondering what the trick is called that Mark Shortland and another magician that performs the Game of Phones as I am wanting to do this for a magic competition I am going in ?
Message: Posted by: Theodore Lawton (Jan 15, 2019 10:46AM)
I'll agree with Crazy Cube. If you're a good actor this little trick gets some of the best reactions you'll ever see.

Every time I've done this it gets genuine gasps. I love it.

:die:
Message: Posted by: AlexanderG (Jan 22, 2019 08:42PM)
Could someone explain to me (perhaps via PM) what the exact difference is between a sure-shot dice box and an Eli dice box? Thanks!
Message: Posted by: Mad Jake (Jan 26, 2019 08:25PM)
Alexander, the two effects are two different props entirely. Both work with different methods. The Sure Shot dice box works with 2 dice, Eli dice box works with 3 dice.
Both or numerical revelations, but accomplished by different methods. PM me for any hidden information on them, any other information should go into Secret sessions
as not to make public to everyone.

-Frederick
Message: Posted by: Eluzion (Aug 14, 2019 08:43AM)
[quote]On Dec 11, 2018, Poof-Daddy wrote:
[quote]On Dec 10, 2018, Oil&Water wrote:
Another die effect I like,
Get 2 dice rolled with your backed turned,
Spectator adds both up,
He or she then chooses any one and looks at the opposing end and adds that to the total,
He or she throws that die again and adds that to the total,
With your back turned ask for the total, deduct 7 and that will give the total of the 2 dice currently showing upwards.
You will also be able to tell them itís a 4 and 4 showing.
Example 4 and 2 thrown = 6 Spec adds the reverse of the 2 ie 5 so total so =11
Then throws the 2 and gets another 4 so total is now 15 which is announced to you.
deduct 7 = 8 and you can tell them that 2 x 4,s are uppermost on both die.
If itís 9 there is a way of knowing whether itís 5/4 6/3 but too long to explain here.
Enjoy Olly [/quote]
Where can this effect be found? (Book, dvd, lecture notes)? Sounds like a fairly mathematical system but not overly hard to do in your head. [/quote]

That's Mental Die-Mensional By Sudo : http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/11183 A nice piece of magic with 2 standard dice. Not too mathy. Enjoy!
Message: Posted by: federico luduena (Aug 19, 2019 01:20PM)
"It's the Rules", by Bob Sheets. It takes Dr. Sacks to the next level.
Message: Posted by: AceOfShades (Aug 26, 2019 05:41PM)
There is Winners Dice by Secret Factory, more of a gimmick than a trick but a few tricks are shown on the trailer. It is not using ordinary dice but it rolls normally if you want it to so it could be used for many other dice effects I would think.
Message: Posted by: ryanshaw9572 (Aug 28, 2019 12:18AM)
Do you believe in Chance by Jan Forster is an absolute game-changer for me.
Message: Posted by: Circuit_Breaker (Oct 21, 2019 05:31AM)
Best dice matrix in my opinion: Charlie Frye's Dice Matrix on Eccentricks Vol 1

Second best dice matrix in my opinion: Steve Dacri Dice Routine on Magic of Steve Dacri No Filler Volume 2. A dice matrix with one of the dice escaping/teleporting from a box during the matrix.
Message: Posted by: NicholasD (Oct 23, 2019 09:09AM)
James Lewis' version of the Dr. Sack Routine is not only my favorite dice routine , it's also my "go to" routine if I'm asked to do a trick. This came out on VHS about 25 years ago and, as far as I know, never made it to DVD, so as time has passed I suspect it's been forgotten and is pretty much unknown by newer magicians. The reactions I get from a seemingly simple trick are what performing magic is all about.
Message: Posted by: algebraic (Oct 25, 2019 06:35AM)
The recently released book, "Dice Mysteries" by Steve Drury, may be of interest.
Message: Posted by: rmendez (Mar 11, 2021 12:23PM)
I perform Dice Stacking, Die Vision (Color Vision), "It's the Rules!" by Bob Sheets and Loaded Dice by Alan Wakeling on a regular basis and they are among the strongest effects in my professional repertoire. Also, incorporating Aniverdi or ProMystic dice take the aforementioned to a whole new level.
Message: Posted by: NicholasD25 (Mar 11, 2021 02:16PM)
I've thought for a long time that it would be fun to do the Sack dice routine with two ProMystic type dice, then have the spectator point to one and do some of the Mental Die effects.
Message: Posted by: obrienmagic (Mar 11, 2021 06:36PM)
I released an effect years ago that uses dice. It takes advantage of the number 14 force to create a completely self working color changing deck effect. It is called "Dicewave." Here is a video of Brian Brushwood performing it on Scam School!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0dBjVah2wo
Message: Posted by: rmendez (Mar 22, 2021 07:13AM)
I almost forgot about the classic Top & Die

[img]https://www.magictricks.com/assets/images/trickspix/topdice.jpg[/img]
Message: Posted by: Spider (Apr 16, 2021 08:26PM)
There is a good close-up table routine with a solid presentation in Volume 1 of ART OF CLOSE-UP MAGIC by Lewis Ganson.

The effect was contributed to the book by Horace Bennett, who dubbed it, "Unfair Shake."
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (May 24, 2021 06:39PM)
If you're looking for BIG dice for an effect, I spotted wooden lawn dice at Cabela's. They're maybe 3 - 4" square - 6 for $30.
Message: Posted by: dfolson (May 27, 2021 10:22AM)
It looks like Badlands Bob has been updated and there are 3 versions to pick from. How do you choose?
Message: Posted by: cuchullain (Jun 4, 2021 09:07PM)
I have used Corleone dice as a chop cup routine with the TCC leather cup - the dice magnet isn't too strong so be a bit careful. Anyone have any ideas for the Corleone dice?
Message: Posted by: Dougini (Jun 6, 2021 09:45AM)
Just A Cup By Alex Hecklau.

https://www.axelhecklau-shop.com/lng/en/magic-routines-tricks/just-a-cup-performance-rights-script-dvd-tools.html?language=en

Doug
Message: Posted by: Magic Dust (Jul 20, 2021 11:18AM)
[quote]On May 27, 2021, dfolson wrote:
It looks like Badlands Bob has been updated and there are 3 versions to pick from. How do you choose? [/quote]

I find the new third version very interesting: Badlands Bob II with Red Die Climax
Message: Posted by: Magic Dust (Jul 20, 2021 11:27AM)
This teak wood die prediction is very well done ⭐️ and does not require any touch

Unusual design and can briefly inspected by spectator before the demonstration

[youtube]ZIbeozZpLv4[/youtube]
Message: Posted by: rmendez (Aug 17, 2021 02:02PM)
Rainbow Dice by Ton Onosaka; the opener in my platform shows https://www.martinsmagic.com/allmagic/stage/rainbow-dice-by-ton-onosaka-3/