If you’re looking for practical and fun magic with high entertainment value and audience participation, look no further. This is Double Dutch.
High Roller Coaster
The serial number of a borrowed bill is written on a coaster. This bill vanishes magically. After a guessing game with the coasters, the bill appears inside the coaster with its serial number written on it. Andi Gladwin wrote: “It’s an almost-impromptu trick that is perfect for bar magicians or impromptu performances.”
Word of The Day
A favorite of Fritz: your word of the day and the participant’s word of the day switch places in a magical way. Ravi Mayar called it a piece of incredible magic.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
A funny, interactive, motivated routine with money. This is Fritz’s preference to get donations when performing bar magic.
King of my Castle
Inspired by Chris Mayhew and Luke Dancy, this entertaining routine is a handling of the Sandwich plot but with a twist.
Designed for the strolling magician, Fritz shares a Monte routine that you can adapt to any occasion (including an impossible finale).
Two coins are signed and fused together. A practical approach to this plot — John Guastaferro said this trick is a keeper.
Late Night Aces
Did you say you wanted another amazing Four Ace production? This is a fun way to introduce a four of a kind.
W.T.F. A.K.A. Walk around Travelers Finale
Four cards are signed and lost in the deck. One at a time, they are found in a fair way, with an ending you didn’t see coming.
A participant holds your business card. You burn and tear another one of your business cards. As in traditional voodoo, the participant’s business card has a burn and a tear in the exact same place as yours. Spooky…
This is the closer of Fritz’s Magic Castle act. An impressive multiple selection and revelation with a surprising finish!