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 Post subject: One from a group in silence..
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 6:57 am 
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I started out practicing on the 3Fly for about a week ago! ..And in the beginning of the routine I want to produce the coins one at a time! But how should/can I produce the first coin silently?
I want to hear comments from coinworkers with experince on that..!
I have seen 'Knock 'em dead' and he produces the coin in a pretty unusual way.. would you recomment doing it in that way?

Thank you!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 9:30 am 
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I too enjoy the crowded coins routine.When done properly it looks great.
Its a progressive routine that is difficult to get down in a week.The problem your having with the noise comes from control and BASICS of the %$#@&* palm.Have patience and work on your handling.


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 Post subject: I already got it now.. :)
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 1:57 pm 
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I wrote the topic earlier today and I already got it!! :)
I found out that it could do a pinky pulldown from a group silently! And to start out with the coins in classic palm makes you able to move your hands freely and natural! With three coins in fingerpalm, you can't do that.. (I can't)
And then I found out that I just had to produce a single coin from my left hand, so I just start out with one of them in my left hand classic palm..
But thank you for your answer anyway!
I'll keep on practicing the routine..

Ps. I wrote that I have been practicng on it for a week it is actually only since tuesday!! :-) :lol:


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