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Gordyboy
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I'd like to buy one but it's a bit tough when I don't know what it's called. It works upon the same principle as a TT but I think it sits on the first section of two fingers inside your hand. Good for showing your hand empty.
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Sid Mayer
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Could this be a Sanada gimmick?

Sid
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Nedim
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It might be Sanada gimmick!?

magicially yours,


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Gordyboy
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Thanks, a quick search for Sanada at one of my favorite suppliers confirmed that this is what I was looking for.
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Erdnase27
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It could also be that large thumb tip that makes you have 6 fingers:D
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jimhlou
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Yeah, it's actually called the "sixth finger"

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Jay Austin
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Jay Scott berry also sells a version called a cloaking device. I am not sure the difference between that and a sanada. I did purchase a sanada from him about 5 years ago at a lecture and still work with it occasionally. I use it with a sponge rabbit routine. Rabbits coming out of a rabbit hole shown empty type of thing.
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Tom Fenton
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You can buy these from MagicMasters, they have a website but I can't remember its address.
Google?
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Please ignore the post above,I put it in the wrong thread.

My only excuse is that I wrote it after 2 in the morning when I had just returned from work.

Apologies.
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housermagic
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It sounds like, as Jay Austin wrote, the cloaking device from Jay Scott Berry - which I have. It may also be Al Goshman's sponge ball gimmick (Sanada?).

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It sounds like, as Jay Austin wrote, the cloaking device from Jay Scott Berry - which I have. It may also be Al Goshman's sponge ball gimmick (Sanada?).

Bill
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