Featured 18: Unleashed Wild Dice
Christian Scherer has taken on a great trick and presents his version here, as well as tips and tricks on how to find the right dice and matchboxes.
It's a variant of Mark Leveridge's Wild Dice that allows the matchboxes to be handled completely freely. This effect is familiar to some, because Card-Shark has one version of this feat, which we also have in our range. Christian Scherer's routine is an addition that we can recommend to everyone.
The performer shows a version of the shell game with three matchboxes and a white dice.
The die is placed under a box and the boxes are jumbled. Contrary to what viewers expect, the die is always under the middle box.
If the game is played vertically, ie the boxes are placed one on top of the other, the die is always on top of the middle box instead of under it.
When the performer pockets the die, it reappears under the middle of the three boxes. If this is also inserted, there is another cube under the middle box.
The performer pulls the two tucked away dice out of his pocket and explains that shell players have no qualms about using three dice. He points out that some shell players even use six dice, namely three white and three green. Suddenly three green cubes appear under the boxes.
In addition, the performer causes three red dice to appear under the boxes, warning to be on guard before crossing a red line in such a game.
Format A5, 16 pages, 11 illustrations, in German.
Important: For this routine you will need dice and matchboxes. These will CAN'T included.