Winner's Dice is a normal-looking die that can force ANY NUMBER between 1 to 6.
It uses a very special technology which makes our die fully examinable. The spectator can check the die and he can try throwing it to make sure the results are random. But actually, you are in control of the outcome!
The forcing result can be changed during the performance, so you can do something like having two different predictions written on two white cards facing down -- one for you and one for your spectator. You throw the die, show the result and turn over the first card -- the prediction matches the number. Then the spectator throws the same die -- the result is different from the first time. Then he turns over the second card -- this card's prediction matches the second result!
You can use this to make a prediction (even an open prediction) or mindreading routine, or you can also just use it as a force in your own routine. The power of this gimmick is limited only by your imagination!!!
- There is No switch. No other dice. Just one die can force 6 numbers
- You can control and change the results in real time
- No electric device
- Spectator can throw the die themselves to complete the force
- Fully examinable
- Use any borrowed Cup or Glass or Bowl
- Very Practical
Credit: Magician CaoRuojun
Can the container into which you're dropping the dice rest on any surface?
Not any surface. It's recommended to use something like a close up pad underneath the cup for reasons related to the secret of the effect.
Does it come with a matching un-gimmicked die ?
There is no reason. The die itself is undetectable and can be completely examined before, during, and after the presentation. There is nothing to switch out.
Hi do you know anything about this one at all? I was interested in it but I saw a really bad review on it and now I’m not so sure. Any information you could give me would be helpful
Yes, we know all about it. Without knowing your specific questions though, we don't know what needs answering. The die can be fully examined before and after the throw into the glass. Only one die is used (no switching). It doesn't require any pulls or switches.
I often like to combine effects ... many times this is not possible as various dice come in a variety of sizes from 12mm to 19mm ... Is there any information on the size of this die ... it looks small like 12mm ... I am hoping for 18mm or 19mm ... what say ye?
The die appears to be about 16mm in length.