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 Post subject: Click pass...
PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2007 5:51 pm 
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Ive only been into coins for about a week but I think the click pass is the single best and most convincing slieght I have ever learned in all of magic...

Whats everyones favorite coin slieght???


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I love the click pass also. Incredible move with any coins across/vanishing routine.


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Click pass in Bobo's?


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Click Pass, Pinch Retention Vanish and Shuttle Pass are my favorite three.


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The Click Pass is just fun to do. But I really like the Retention Vanish right now, very convincing illusion.


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My most used coin sleight is the classic palm. I use that whenever I'm holding a coin secretly. Finger palms are just way too obvious.

I really like Bill Simon's "Gone" vanish in the coin vanishes of Bobo's. Also, I've just now started playing around with "The New Era Coin Go" from the same section. Very convincing illusion. VERY.

But a favorite sleight would either be the click pass, or the sylvester pitch. One is a key to coins across, one is a key to an impromptu Miser's Dream.


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I dont recall reading about the sylvester pitch in Bobo's... Maybe I just dont remeber and need to go through it again.. If it isn't in Bobo's, where did you learn it???


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Is it the $30 sylvester pitch 98 video???


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I dont recall reading about the sylvester pitch in Bobo's... Maybe I just dont remeber and need to go through it again.. If it isn't in Bobo's, where did you learn it???
Search Sylvester Pitch and you'll find the video for it. Well worth the money.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2007 9:55 am 
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American_Jesus wrote:
Is it the $30 sylvester pitch 98 video???


It's taught in On the Spot with Gregory Wilson as well, which is where I learned it. You can find an effect similar to it in Bobo's, look at Perpetual Coins in the Miser's Dream section.


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Thank you... I've been looking for a reason to buy on the spot...


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Thank you... I've been looking for a reason to buy on the spot...


Read the trick list and you'll find 15 perfectly good reasons :wink:


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