Magicians tend to forget that there’s power in sponge balls, and Priest shows that there's a lot more that you can do beyond the standard routine that’s explained by the instructions that come with the well known magic prop.
Not Routine Sponge Balls
From here, the routine becomes fairly conventional with the usual multiplying balls - two in the hand and one ball in pocket, and the single ball joins the other. The seeming finale occurs when Priest places two balls into his hand and places one in his pocket, and they all vanish.
While you can end the routine here, Priest has one more stunning, lay-spectator pleasing segment that's courtesy of another well known gimmick.
Compact, Plays Big
-Wayne N. Kawamoto
MSRP: (US) $30
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