Conclusion

Mr. Eric Mason inventor of Boon, describes his Swami Gimmick as 44 The greatest little gimmick in the world Mr. Mason is right—and his statement applies to all good varieties of the Swami Family. Nothing so small can be of so great a use to the Mentalist. Its potential uses are incredible. The restriction of its application is on the part of the performer alone ; if he is willing to work hard and practise constantly the result will be something really worth having. To be successful—you must stick at it ; few tricks are worth having that can be done as soon as you pick them up ; technique is vital but is not everything—presentation is the other half. I will conclude with my personal feeling which is, to me, a Swami Gimmick is worth fifty pounds. What it's worth to you—is what you make it. I wish you every success.

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