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By Kevin Parker
Kevin Parker has created the ultimate key bend. Physically bend a SPECTATOR'S
key. It goes like this: Retrieve their set of keys, hold them up in full
view immediately, no funny moves, and after you shake the keys, one of their
keys is bent. What you see in the demo is what you get. Parker teaches you
the secret and subtle handling behind his amazing key bend. Perfect for
walk-around magic.

-Borrowed keys
-Everything in full view during bend
-Easy to do

Teaching and Materials: The video is about 14 minutes long and fully teaches
the effect. The teaching was good and I liked it.
It looks exactly like in the demo. It can be done with any keys on a key
ring. The trick is angle sensitive however it can be worked out to show to a
group. The idea is very clever.
Kevin Parker teaches how you can do it with any key rings as long as they
have normal keys. He also explains what to do in various performing
situations. The retrieval of the keys is very clean, you take them, shake
them, and a key is bent. However, logically, if you bend someone's key they
will not be able to use it again, and since its borrowed key, you make their
keys go back to normal after you hand it to them.
Difficulty: 2-3 out of 5, I am still experimenting with key rings, keys and
angles for this.
Overall: 8/10 Very good key bend, with borrowed keys, however this
absolutely cannot be done surrounded the way shown in demo. I think it is
made for performing to a group of maximum three people but if you were doing
it surrounded, most people wouldn't be able to see the keys anyway. I like
this trick, but in my case experimentation with the trick was required.
Performed properly, it is probably one of the most direct key bends.
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This is easy to do, and it and will amaze. The part that will trip magicians up is audience handling. It CAN be done 360, IF you are fair at misdirection. If misdirection isn't your bag, it could limit the size of the audience and angle. Like I said, it CAN be done 360. If you do a lot of fork/spoon bending and coin manipulation, this will be easy.
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