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This week, although a bit under the weather, Chris brings us his feedback on some Brand new releases. First he'll take a look at Jay Di Biase's Rock, Paper, Lies, where you can guess the outcome of any Rock, Paper, Scissors game and even tell if they're lying! Then we check out Box Pad, a funny and very quick magic moment where the pad of notes changes in to a card box. Finally, Chris has a look at the Brand New Aviator Playing cards.

To win these great products, All you have to do is "Like" this video and let us know in the comments below, what you think of these releases? We'll choose one of you to take them home next week!

Special thanks to Chris "Orbit" Brown for the intro, you can check him out here: http://theorbitbrown.com/site/
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Rock, Paper, Lies by Jay Di Biase

The mentalist turns around while two spectators are playing rock, paper, scissors (or even an imaginary game), NO WAY he could know who won and what symbols were played, and yet using their body language he can reveal everything! Rock, Paper, Lies is a rock, paper, scissors game where you will not only be able to guess who is the winner, but also which symbol they played with and who is lying and who is telling the truth. Jay Di Biase gave a new life to a well known method creating a mind blowing, propless mentalism routine.

NO PEEKS
NO PRESHOW
NO DUAL REALITY
NO INSTANT STOOGE
COMPLETELY PROPLESS
PERFORM ANYTIME/ANYWHERE
PLUS SOME GREAT BONUS EFFECTS FROM ANTONIO CACACE

http://murphysmagic.com/product.aspx?id=55863
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Box Pad by Chris Congreave &Gary Jones

The scenario is as follows: holding a small note pad you approach a group of people, or an individual. You then ask them if they are ready to place their order. If they say "No", you then say "That's ok, how about a card trick instead?" The note pad turns into a card box. You then follow by opening the card box and taking the cards out to perform a card trick.

No sleight of hand needed

Custom made gimmick supplied

You supply your own pack of cards

Comes with DVD with full explanations

http://murphysmagic.com/product.aspx?id=55586
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Aviator Playing Cards by Dan & Dave

A century ago man first soared into the clouds and reached beyond the impossible. Today, we venture further skyward and invite you aboard as a classic is reimagined.

Introduced in 1927 to commemorate Charles Lindbergh's transatlantic flight aboard the Spirit of St. Louis, AVIATOR® Playing Cards have been available in stores around the world ever since.

Nearly 90 years after their initial release, a new edition of AVIATOR® playing cards is presented, inspired by Howard Hughes. Hughes, the pioneering airman of the 20th century, turned his H-1 racer into a beacon of innovation as it flew across the night sky. Within the vintage tuck-case, each card features Hughes's racer, high above the earth -- boldly exploring all places unknown. So grab a pack, strap in, and come fly with us.

Classically designed by D&D in collaboration with the US Playing Card Co. AVIATOR® Heritage Edition are a timeless tribute to the iconic brand.

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