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 Post subject: famous cups and balls magican?
PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 5:42 pm 
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I am interested in cups and balls magic, although I am still in consentrate in card magic, I would like to learn some cups and balls later when I take a break from cards.....so I was wondering..
Who are some of the famous cups and balls magician? Because I want to watch some cups and balls magic to know more about this aspect.
And also does it takes a long time to be good at cups and balls?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 6:09 pm 
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I saw this and it looks amazing.. check it out.

http://www.mjmmagic.com/pages-productinfo/product-2402/combination-cups-and-balls-dvd-tex-austin.html


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i would go with either Gazzo's stuff or Ammar's to learn how to use them. It will be a little hard at first but so is everything when you first start.

ben winter


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Stevens Magic produced a great cups and balls video with some of magic's best known cup and ball workers and it is well worth the money to get a copy of this. Johnny Paul was well known for his cups and ball routine as was Vernon (particularly the wand spin), as mentioned, michael Ammar does a beautiful routine, Johnny Palmer produces chicks as his finish load, Mike Rogers and Charlie Miller also come to mind as great workers.

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ammar has a good DVD on the subject.
gazzo's routine is long and good for street performers.
i also like paul daniel's chop-cup routine....
you can learn the basics from ammar's dvd and come up with your own routine. best for you.


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