Using two classics of magic, Kyle Eschen explores the psychological techniques that underlie theatrical deception. As people wander the world, they use assumptions and heuristics to filter out everything that they deem unimportant - Kyle gives a conjuror’s perspective on the brain’s predictable blind spots.
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Magician Kyle Eschen thinks deeply about psychology of deception. Through a decade of performing he has seen that people possess gaping blind spots, which he will highlight through magic routines with audacious methods.
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Notice when he pockets the sponges he brings out the lime but doesn't open his hands and he picks the cup with the same hand and slips the lime inside after shouting the cried the first line he puts his and in his pockets and slips the third lime in.... Nice trick had me fooled
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The sticks have spherical weights in them with little friction or minimised friction probably some sort of rudimentry and small pull in-between, when he leans back or angles the sticks upwards the balls drop down through the hollow stick pulling the tassel inside the stick. Observe how he leans back gently whenever he "pulls" the third one back in place. Or how he hands angle up when he "pulls" the other two. That's my theory at least
I don’t know how he got the first two limes in there, but the other lime was taken out of his pocket, and hidden with his hand, he quickly grabbed the cup and slipped it under, and lifted both cups, as if it was already in there
3 balls from the start, loads one in the left cup as we see it when he tilts it to take the ball off the top. Any time he passes a ball from one hand to the other it actually stays in that hand, just repeats the save moves so it's not too hard to know where all the balls are at any point in time. And any time the hand goes into his pocket it's to pull out a lime, which is loaded when the cups come high off the table and rotate slightly.
That trick is pretty simple, but requires a really good slight of hand skill. Basically keep your eyes on his hands and the cups. Every time he touches the cups, he would slightly lift them up and put something under the cup. He would conseal the squishy spongy balls mostly in his small and ring finger of his right hand.
Do not get distracted by the bright red squishy balls.
I hate this guy's humor style, a lot of it is just stating the obvious and making them seem funnier because of the audience's laugh. Like the Big Bang theory, if you watch it without the laugh track it is not funny what so ever.
before he swing the pen he pick it up with his right hand, when the ball's gone and when he's about to pick the cup he threw it there, the other ball was put in the right cup when he pick it up, he has 3 balls set up
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