This is true. However, youll want to keep the words or names simple to keep the routine moving. It is slightly awkward to write on the label because of the shape of the bottle and the secret.
2. Labelled is easy to do.
Learning and performing the trick is very easy. Williams handling involves no sleight of hand or suspicious moves.
3. You can leave the bottle with spectators as an amazing and impossible souvenir.
From a magic standpoint, spectators can examine the bottle all that they want and they wont find a thing. Once the effect is over, youre clean and theres plenty of misdirection when youre performing the dirty work. To the spectators, they are given a sealed, never-opened bottle that has a signed label inside of it.
4. Angle proof
The angles are very good on this one, but you wont want spectators standing behind you. An experienced performer, however, can deal with even this situation.
The gimmicked bottle can be reused if you dont give it away. Williams explains a second version on the DVD that uses an empty bottle, which isnt as powerful, but doesnt require the extensive setup. Another thing, while you can give away the bottle, you wouldnt want spectators to actually drink the soda in it.
Parents, this effect is not for pre-teens as the preparation is quite involved and requires lots of care. Furthermore, this trick is not for those who may use the secret to create a potentially dangerous gag or worse.
-Wayne N. Kawamoto
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