Everyone loves pretzels. They’re salty. They’re crunchy. And now you can link them together thanks to Mickael Chatelain. This is a sensational close-up trick for a party, the bar or restaurant, or any place that you’d naturally find pretzels.
The name of the trick, “Bretzels,” means “pretzels” in French. That’s where each gimmick is handmade. We can’t tell you how it works, but it’s very clever and visually undetectable. Watch the video and see it for yourself.
And there are so many possibilities. In the 30-minute instructional video, you’ll learn how to link and penetrate a pretzel to another pretzel, a rubber band, a cord, a finger ring and more. Our favorite is the routine where you create an impossible object—a rubber band linked to the pretzel—which becomes a magical souvenir for your spectator.
Spectators go crazy because the trick looks even better in person then it does on video. The sleight of hand you need to learn is minimal because the gimmick does most of the work for you.
Here’s what some of the finest sleight-of-hand masters in the world said when they saw “Bretzels.”