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Sucker Effect

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A Sucker Effect is a magic routine in which the audience is led to believe that they have detected or been told the method of the trick, but the magician double crosses them leading to a surprise ending.

Some sucker tricks include the Chinese Wands, Die Box, Soft Soap, and Sucker Silk to Egg.