A card is freely chosen from a shuffled deck of cards-no forces. The spectator`s selection is shuffled back into the deck and all the cards are then spread face-down across the table. The performer then hands a Lego box to a spectator, requesting that they remove the instructions and dump out the pieces. The spectator follows the easy step-by-step guide and builds a small race car, complete with driver. The performer shows how the car works by rolling it back and forth on the table top. He places the car at the beginning of the spread and asks the spectator to roll the Lego car along the row. All of a sudden, the car comes to a halt somewhere near the middle of the row of cards! It still moves backwards, but when the spectator pushes the car forwards, it simply won`t move past that spot! When the card underneath the stopped car is turned over...it`s the spectator`s card!
The Lego Car is expertly made and looks just like the very familiar regular Lego pieces you and your audiences have seen so many times before. No magnets, threads, gimmicked cards or sleight-of-hand. Self-working and always ready to go.
Comes complete with detailed instructions, lego car and routine.
NOTE: Lego car may change and vary due to availability. Check with our great sales staff to verify latest model.
Expected availability around Friday 12 September, 2014.