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 Post subject: What else is there..
PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 11:58 pm 
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So i have been doing hardcore coins lately.. And i get bored of the same material fast. I learn the techniques so they are solid. I just dont like some tricks..

what coin dvd's i have:
David Stone 1
David Stone 2
ShellRaiser
And Bobos book.

So out of the david stone dvd's i only really use.. wallet pen, a little trick, hpc travel, star travel, never 2 without 4, thank you for the tip, and the glass.

I want some more effects.. Should i go after David Roth's DVD's? Curtis Kams material? Dan Watkins coin man walking?

What material did you guys like? and what didnt you like?

I do a mixture of seated coin magic, and stand up coin magic.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:18 am 
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Get Jay Sankey's Revolutionary Coin Magic. It has tons of great stuff in it. And a bunch of ideas you will have fun learing and applying to different stuff. Kams Dvd's are fun but extremely difficult. It's some of the hardest stuff you can do.


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I also would highly recommend Revolutionary Coin Magic. It realy makes you look at coins in a different light.


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thanks a lot guys. i will try it out

edit: what do you guys think about rev coin magic 2? should i get em both?


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I heard that the second one was not to good. it had some good material but the first one is pure gold.


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I don't have 2 but I have heard mixed reviews on it. I do however know that rev. coin magic 1 is great so definately get that. As far as getting both goes, that up to your judgement and what you here from others. I'd say just start out with the first though. I've had it for about a year and a half or so and I still go back to it to get new stuff. You will not "use up" the material from it any time soon.


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ok, thanks a lot acebrawler.


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On the Spot With Gregory wilson has many great coin tricks. I'm not a coin magician by any means but i use A Questionable Trick all the time.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2008 4:07 am 
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Philal wrote:
On the Spot With Gregory wilson has many great coin tricks. I'm not a coin magician by any means but i use A Questionable Trick all the time.
True, and I recommend on the spot to everybody because it is SOOOOO great (like everything greg does) but if he's looking for just coin stuff (which I think he is) Rev. Coin Magic has A LOT more material and ideas. But if you don't have on the spot you should definately get it sometime in your life.


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thanks a lot philal, i already have on the spot and i use 3/4 across, and questionable trick all the time


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