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The magician breaks a toothpick wrapped in a handkerchief, but it turns out to be whole!

Focus secret:

You will need a scarf, thread, needle, and a toothpick. So, we take a scarf and put 2-3 toothpicks at the edge of the scarf, then sew it up where the toothpicks were put. Then we put a toothpick in the middle of the scarf, crumple it so that there are toothpicks where it was sewn up, then we break the toothpick. We open it - and the toothpick is intact!

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