Squaring the Circle - Circle to SquareCL073
The magician displays a large steel circle this represents the Magic Circle.
He explains that he has visited The Magic Circle, and that there were no circles in the building!
Just squares; square doors, square windows and square tables!
So why don't they call it the Magic Square!
Upon which the steel circle turns to a steel square.
Skill Rating: Easy
Skill Ratings Explained
|Easy - This trick is easy to perform and is suitable for beginners of all ages.|
| Intermediate - This trick requires some practice to perform, but is not difficult to master.
|Difficult - This trick requires considerable practice.|
The majority of magic in our catalogue requires little or no slight of hand, leaving you free to perfect your presentation.
It is suitable for the hobbyist or professional. Needless to say that this does not mean it can be bought and performed infront of an audience in five minutes!
Magic is an art form and must be practiced so the performance given is professional, entertaining and a near miracle. (even if you are a hobbyist).