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The Rings

The Rings


Chris Capehart has been dubbed “The Ring Master” and for good reasons. The three-ring routine is one of the cornerstones of magical illusions. Chris’s three-ring routine, which he perfected in 1981, has been acclaimed by some of the world’s most renowned magicians as “the best of the best.” How many linking ring routines can qualify as awesome? Chris has made the classical rings a true experience: graceful, elegant, baffling, and totally commercial. Karl Fulves wrote, “The most remarkable feature of his brilliant linking ring routine is that it is performed by a street magician for people who gather at street corners and on major thoroughfares in large cities. I didn’t think it possible until I saw it, but Chris Capehart draws crowds with this routine.” The routine is simple and direct, using uncluttered moves. Among other points, the handling features a whole new approach to the crash linking effect, and also includes a new method of unlinking that Fulves has described as “truly incredible.” He mesmerizes magicians and audiences with a close-up ring routine more commonly performed at a distance.  You’ll find Chris’s fantastic moves incorporated into other magicians' ring routines such as Shoot Ogawa’s Ninja Rings. Jamy Ian Swiss, Marc DeSousa, Simon Lovell, Denny Haney, Bob Little and Hank Moorehouse have all said that Chris Capehart’s Three Ring Routine is not to be missed. “It is the closest thing to magic!”

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