Tango Blinked Left Handed (Gimmick and Online Instructions)
Blinked is a new version in his series of bill productions.
Using the typical Kartis "one hand handling" you will transform a blank paper into one, two or three bills. Or if you prefer you can start with a bill and switch it for another kind of bill.
Extremely well made by Tango Magic, it includes the gimmick and a link with video instruction where Marcelo Insúa shows you how to build your own gimmick.
Attention: Blinked could be used with right or left hand, but depending on the hand you want to use you need a different gimmick. For that reason, there are "left hand" and "right hand" Blinked, but independently of the version you get, in the video you will get the explanation to build both versions.
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