NOTE: Demo video shows all of Chris Priests videos. This download is simply for the Master Card Routines.
Rada trained and with over 16 years as a professional close-up magician, Christ Priest "The Millennium British Champion of Close-Up Magic" releases for the first time his amazing sponge ball routine for the magic fraternity.
Protons gives your audience a non stop roller coaster ride of amazing magic from start to finish.
This is Chris’s favourite routine for performing at weddings, family restaurants, corporate bookings, the routine even works in cabaret.
The routine begins with the performer showing both hands empty, only to pluck a coloured ball from the spectators hand! This fast paced routine jam packed with visual mind boggling magic, grows to an awesome climax which your audience will talk about for a long time to come.
This is another killer routine from Christ Priest, expertly constructed and presented which has been honed too perfection over thousands of performances.
This DVD features live performances of Christ performing the Protons routine for real audiences so you can witness first hand the reactions you will receive when performing this routine. Everything is here, the performance, the presentation, with detailed teaching instructions, its a magical masterpiece you will love performing and will last you a lifetime!!
"I first saw Chris perform Protons at one of his lectures, at the end of the performance everyone on the room was gobsmacked! They could not believe what they had just seen. I thought what a fantastic routine and i knew i had to learn it, its so good! Its the best sponge ball routine i have ever seen."
- David Penn, British Champion of Illusion
"A very commercial sponge ball routine with surprises to keep 'em hooked to the very last second!"
- Nick Einhorn, The Magic Circle Centenary close-up Magician.
"This is a cracking commercial routine that will pound your audiences senses."
- Sav, The Deceptionist
Running Time Approximately 55min
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 24 February, 2008.