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Cucumber and napkin. Focus secret

Spectacular tricks and their clues

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Focus Description:

The magician takes a cucumber wrapped in a napkin. Cover with an opaque scarf. Says: "Abracadabra!" Raises the napkin and the cucumber is already without a napkin!

Focus secret:

Take a cucumber, cover it with a napkin, press it so that it is even, (do this until the focus) then cover it with an opaque scarf. Show viewers. Say: "Abracadavra!" And imperceptibly for the audience, deftly, quickly remove the scarf along with the napkin.

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