Illusionism is very popular today (as well as in the times of Ancient Rome and Medieval Europe), so it is an object of study for many studies. This is not surprising, because the history has more than 100 thousand different tricks and every day more and more new tricks are published. They were conditionally classified into three groups:
3) drinking (these are not the same).
A large group of tricks are tricks where contact with the audience is a prerequisite. In this case, the role of props can be any familiar items at hand: coins, pens, paper, cards, rings, cubes, handkerchiefs, matches, and others. Continue reading