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Dice Man (with DVD) by Andy Nyman and Alakazam

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Dice Man could quite possibly be Andys finest trick to date! The performer explains that hes trying something new in his life-hes given up making decisions for himself and instead rolls the dice and lets chance decide his fate. A spectator is handed a red die and asked to give it a roll to decide how the rest of the time they spend with the magicia

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Dice Man could quite possibly be Andy's finest trick to date!

The performer explains that he's trying something new in his life-he's given up making decisions for himself and instead rolls the dice and let's chance decide his fate. A spectator is handed a red die and asked to give it a roll to decide how the rest of the time they spend with the magician will go. Let's say the spectator rolls a five. The performer then displays his "options cards," six laminated and numbered cards with different actions on their backs. The performer lays all six cards down on the table in a row and requests that the spectator turn over the card which matches their rolled number. The spectator turns over the card numbered five and it says "Be Nice" on the back. "It'll be tough, but I'll try." says the performer. Of course, everyone is wondering what's written on the backs of the other cards...when they're turned over each and every other card says "KILL!" across the back! "I'm so relieved, I couldn't go through last night again!"

Comes complete with laminated cards and a metal carrying case.

"I was completely fooled."
- Derren Brown

"It's a killer. You know those tricks you have in the back of a drawer? This is the opposite."
- David Regal

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Dice Man (with DVD) by Andy Nyman and Alakazam

Dice Man (with DVD) by Andy Nyman and Alakazam

Dice Man could quite possibly be Andys finest trick to date! The performer explains that hes trying something new in his life-hes given up making decisions for himself and instead rolls the dice and lets chance decide his fate. A spectator is handed a red die and asked to give it a roll to decide how the rest of the time they spend with the magicia