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The magician shows a dark brown bar to the people. Puts it in a cylinder that has no bottom on either side. You can shake it up a bit. And then he takes out the same bar, of a different color. He does everything in the same way so that the bar turns brown.

Focus secret:

The bar should be cardboard, the cylinder too. When the magician puts the bar in the cylinder, he must fall into another white empty bar (he, as it were, puts on a brown bar - white, with one empty bottom, a paper parallelepiped).

Turns it over while shaking and takes it out, holding it so that a brown bar does not fly out of the "cap". It is the same way and vice versa, only then the magician already takes out the bar and does not hold his “cap” in order to give the bar a “different color”. That's all!

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