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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2004 6:24 pm 
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do you really only use 4 coins or more. If this is exposure please dont answer.
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yes only four coins. It really helps if you have a close up pad. Its a very easy trick.


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I learned it in like 15 minutes. It's very cool and great effect.


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There are some routines where you use more than four coins, but the one most people do only use four.


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It depends on which matrix and which variations.


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nickmac wrote:
I learned it in like 15 minutes. It's very cool and great effect.


Do you have a close-up pad? Because it helps with the Matrix


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Nope I just use like a sweater or something soft.


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I highly reccomend the close up pad. It is also a good thing to have around because it looks very professional.


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skate13 wrote:
I highly reccomend the close up pad. It is also a good thing to have around because it looks very professional.

Yea I think I will get one soon. I'm going to get black.


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Its sold out, for now :(


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i have a black pad. Just wait until it comes back in stock. dont just get another color because you cant wait to get a close up pad. Black looks awsome and looks very professional out of all of the colors.


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Yeah, black is the best. Everything stands out well on it.

Modern Coin Magic has a few matrix effects; called the "The Sympathetic Coins" on Pgs.197-201, but instead of using cardboard, use cards.


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