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 Post subject: Real-World Material
PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:45 pm 
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What are the tricks that you use in the real world that get amazing reactions with?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 4:02 pm 
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Making a coin disappear and reappear on a spectator, coins across, making a coin disappear and then snort it from my nose, sucker vanishes...
Those are the tricks that I usually do and they get good reactions
Learn some palms and false transfers and you'll get an arsenal of tricks in no time.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 4:10 pm 
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I love infusion (the one at Fllusionist, not the one here)... I mean there's few places you can't borrow a glass and a coin; and you get the satisfaction that you make the coin penetrate the glass fully impromptu :lol:


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I do a version where the coin goes into a pen just by slapping it. basically the striking vanish and infusion with a gimmicked pen and its gold.


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My standard coin material is my handling of Menage Et Trois or 3Fly, a C/S Transpo, Spellbound, and a Coin Flurry. I do a version of ExTroyDinary, too, but don't use it too often, since I'm trying to streamline it and many parts are similar to 3Fly.


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EVERYTHING from david stones first coin dvd and some stuff from the second dvd. One coin flurry type stuff can be good if used sparingly. There are a few great things from Rev. Coin magic that I use. And a bunch of other great things that I don't use but will eventually. Winged Silver absolutely KILLLLLLS. Gregory Wilson's "questionable trick" has one of the highest impact to work ratios I've ever come across; it's so freaking easy and so devastating.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 9:44 am 
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acebrawler73 wrote:
EVERYTHING from david stones first coin dvd and some stuff from the second dvd. One coin flurry type stuff can be good if used sparingly. There are a few great things from Rev. Coin magic that I use. And a bunch of other great things that I don't use but will eventually. Winged Silver absolutely KILLLLLLS. Gregory Wilson's "questionable trick" has one of the highest impact to work ratios I've ever come across; it's so freaking easy and so devastating.


The Bobo version of Winged Silver?

Great suggestion on the Questionable trick. I have overlooked that one.


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Noblezada filmed my handling of Winged Silver from Bobo's last weekend. It's a great trick, but I prefer using a shell. It's just so much cleaner.


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Awesome! When are we gunna see it? :wink:


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I don't know yet. Haven't talked to him about it.


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Could you guys recommend any DVD's?


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Yes. Buy David Stones "Basic Coin Magic" dvd. It is soooooo great. It is the best dvd for beginners (I have his and roths. Stone's is better). And all of the material is amazing and practical and I use it all in real world situations constantly. It is one of my most worth while dvd's I have ever purchased. Definately pick it up.

It's kind of funny to be writing this because it has to be like the twentieth time I have endorsed this dvd on this forum which should go to show how much I really love it.


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