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PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2003 11:58 pm 
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How do you use Flash paper in Scotch and Soda


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4 different vanishes

Scoth and soda (Break out method)
"would you like me to do it slower and smaller?"
Dime and penny
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2003 3:27 pm 
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I have a new routine using "spellbound" and "sylvester pitch".

start off with one euro. say "1". spellbound and show a 2 euro. say "2".
spellbound again, say "1+2=3, plus 1 (show the one euro) equals 4".
2 euro goes quckly in pocket and palms a 1 euro. (they will see this, just keep going, they forget it later)

take the 1 euro in left hand, throw it in right and sylvester pitch. put euro in pocket, say "5". palm 5 mark piece with 10 euro and 20 euro bill folded and stuck to back with double sided tape.

now do a pretend spellbound and show the 5 mark piece. say "5 and 5 is 10". take the 5 mark coin and leave the bills behind, put coin in pocket.

now pretend to spellbound, and then unfold the 10 euro bill. say "10 and 10 is 20". put 10 into pocket and under the misdirection of putting bill into pocket, unfold the 20 with one hand in the open. then look at your hand and say "like i said, 20"

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I usually quit here, but am thinking about doing a TT switch to a 100 euro note, but haven't thought of any patter. if someone can help me with this, please let me know.

As for using the 5 mark piece, nobody has cared about it. some even laugh about it. this means that it really does not matter what you use as long as the numbers add up. my original version used a 5 zloti from poland. changed to the 5 mark piece because it is bigger and is able to hide the notes without folding them too small.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2003 3:36 pm 
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btw, the routine i do above all started as a simple "spellbound" routine using the new sasqewan dollar and a 2 euro piece. and then later i decided to use a 2 new pence piece in a sylvester pitch. almost the same color as the dollar coin (copper color) and nobody noticed the switch. of course they saw me put my hand down to my pocket, but they thought I was ditching a coin. when i did the sylvester pitch and the "copper dollar coin" still appeared in the hand, they were amazed. then i did another spellbound (to the 2 euro) then spellbound it back, then i said, watch this, and "changed" it to a british 2 pence piece. if i have time to really set this up, i sometimes do the spellbound again, but change the 2 pence into a 5 zloti which looks similar to a 2 euro, and then mention the 5 and talk about "inflation".
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if you live in america, you probably don't have access to these coins, but i chose all of these by coincidence, so you should probably be able to find something of use yourself.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2003 9:47 pm 
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butter coin, laser cut coin, scotch and soda.


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Three gimmicked coin tricks in a row?.....hmm......


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im not into coins so the tricks i have are gimmicked. i do more stage and card type of tricks, but it never hurts to have some coin tricks, in fact, i should have more.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2003 4:20 pm 
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Everyone should at least be able to do a couple nongimmicked coin tricks! Coin work is fun man, you should get into it. :)


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