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 Post subject: Siver Dream Review
PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 5:23 am 
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I'm not really fond of elusionist at all but to be honest this is just a must have for every coin magician and every close up magician. I have all the trick coins such as flipper coin and expanded shell but this is a whole new world. Here is my in depth reveiew.

When i first saw that it involved sleeving i thought god this will be a trick that is so hard to master but to be honest i have all the sleights down and have performed onece out on the street after a great session with cards. I thought i might just try this and see if it was woth it. The reactions i got were phenominal. People freaked out everywhere and ive never had such good reactions from a coin trick.

As far as the DVD is concerned it is taught by justin miller who is a great teacher. I first saw him on mindbender and thought he was great so i knew i was in for a treat. He teaches a lot on the sleeving and a lot on the routine. The un-gimmicked version to me is better and my dad just ordered the ultra-smoke 2000 as a present for my great test results in the U.K.

The rouine is a basic vanish of 3 coins but also includes transpositions. I own the holy grail and as far as myself i prefer silver dream. My favourite vansih now when having two coin is the second vanish in the routine. you hear it and see it and its unbelievable.

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- Great trick with great reactions
- Not to difficult to master
- Not cards
- Seems impossible
- Homer Liawig Vanish is the best ive ever seen and i love performing it

[color=red]Cons:-
- Have to wear sleeves if not doing gimmicked version ( I wear a jacket when performing anyways so it does not matter to me )


Thats my reveiew now carry on to see my thoughts on this wonderful trick.

This trick is great and is a must have for every coin worker and close up magician. Justin Miller is a great teacher and you will love to perform it even if you don't like ellusionist.

Stop Reading and Go and But This Now.

Also Recommended

- Sinful
- Stigmata
- Mindbender
- Revolutionairy Coin Magic
- Holy Grail
- Expanded Shell & Flipper Coin


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 Post subject: Re: Siver Dream Review
PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:04 am 
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Can this be done with a long sleeve shirt, or does it require a jacket?

I'm in Texas, where it's 104 degrees (in the shade) so a jacket is kinda out of the question for me at the moment.

richardmoorer1955 wrote:
Cons: Have to wear sleeves if not doing gimmicked version ( I wear a jacket when performing anyways so it does not matter to me )


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:47 am 
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yes any long sleeves but if you have a shell coin dont worry you can perform without sleeves or if not i recommend the holy grail aswell but get silver dream it is way better


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2006 1:07 pm 
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this is on my to get list, only problem is, i just had to buy a new car, so there goes my spending money, im going to have to get a book and just learn some new tricks out of that for a while. my buying is put on hold by my wife for the time being. :cry:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2006 7:43 pm 
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I do this with one inch sleeves, all I can say is buy first, talk later.

THE BEST TRICK I HAVE!

okay, now go buy it, be amazed, and come running to me with kisses :)


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"Homer Liawig Vanish is the best ive ever seen and I love performing it"



Is this vanish similar to Homer Liawig's coin one vanish? Because that one looks amazing as well.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2006 8:34 pm 
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"Not to difficult to master"

After purchasing this effect, and practicing to the point of having it somewhat down - I disagree with that statement. It'll require quite a few hours to learn. There are three phases, the second being by far the hardest to get down.

I'm referring to the sleeving method, not the second method.


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