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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 7:19 pm 
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I need some help, anyone have some dvds that explains the classic palm. I cant do it with half dollars, but with a quarter, and even better a metal bottle cap. Can someone help me? or recommend a dvd or a movie?


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Classic Palming with Coins - Reed McClintock

(google it)


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That's an odd question. Where are you learning the classic palm from?


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well first im trying master a coin routine that has the classic palm in it and needs some help with it


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Obviously Bobo MCM is a great resource but it you are looking for a DVD, In The Beginning There Were Coins is a great learning tool for the basic coin sleights. Jay is a good teacher and explains all the little details that help to sell the move.


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tbwendt wrote:
Obviously Bobo MCM is a great resource but it you are looking for a DVD, In The Beginning There Were Coins is a great learning tool for the basic coin sleights. Jay is a good teacher and explains all the little details that help to sell the move.


I totally agree with In the Beginning There Were Coins. Very clear instructions and Jay Noblezada (the teacher of the DVD) doesn't just show you it once, he goes over it multiple times from multiple angles.


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