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The magician shows the audience an ordinary, rather large ball, puts it in a black bag, ties the bag and lowers it into a box on the table. There is a hole in the lid of the box through which the magician passes the mouth of the bag, and closes the box with a lock. Then he slowly pulls out the bag and passes it to the audience. Everyone sees a tied bag. Then the magician opens the box and takes out the ball from it. The ball and the empty box are shown to the audience.

Focus secret:

Prepare two identical black bags, put one in the other. When lowering the ball into the bag, press the neck of the inner bag against one edge of the neck of the outer bag. Then tie off the neck of the inner bag while the ball is in the outer bag. Through the hole in the lid of the box, you pull out the inner bag.

So that the box is empty, and the audience does not see the outer bag remaining in it, it is hidden under the folding wall, which is made in the box.

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