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Announcing Winner of the Bottle Magic SweepstakesTuesday, February 22, 2011
After receiving lots of puzzle solutions it's now finally time to announce the winner of the Bottle Magic Sweepstakes. The winner is:
Christian J. Corley (cjcorley) from Texas, USA.
Christian will receive a custom made Bottle Magic bottle created by America's Sports Magician Jeff Scanlan and containing Christian’s original solved puzzle shown below. Congratulations to Christian (user: cjcorley) for winning the Bottle Magic Sweepstakes and thanks to all the other devoted fans who sent us their wonderful puzzle solutions. We appreciate each and every one!
Below are front, side and back view photos of the Bottle Magic prize that will be delivered to Christian. As previously shown in a sketch the winning puzzle solution has been glued to an originally cellophane wrapped deck of cards, pierced with a pencil and hanging from the top of the bottle by a rope.
The Bottle Magic prize
About Jeff and the Bottle Magic
Jeff Scanlan, America’s sports magician since 1992, is also a master amongst the few Bottle Magic artists around the world. Challenging human logic, Jeff has been inserting decks of cards, tennis balls, padlocks and what-not objects into glass bottles through the necks creating a collection of mind baffling impossible bottles. Because the methods are so secretive, difficult and time consuming, it is estimated there’s only a dozen people in the world mastering this art form. Jeff is considered to be one of the very best.
Jeff is following the footsteps of Harry Eng, the Impossible Bottle master who passed away in 1996 taking most of his secrets away with him. Jeff puts creativity and countless hours into his Bottle Magic designs, gathering puzzled fans not only throughout the United States but worldwide in such countries as Australia, Austria, Germany, France, Japan, and England. His Bottle Magic has been featured in Linking Ring Magazine (the world's largest magic magazine) and other newspapers. Later this year Jeff's Bottle Magic will be featured in Games Magazine in USA as well as in the museum of The College of Magic in South Africa.
For more about Jeff and his Bottle Magic bottles visit bottlemagic.com.
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