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 Post subject: best 3-20 $ close up effect
PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2007 1:01 am 
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Hi, I just need a hard hitting effect that costs between 3-20 dollars i just want to get my current order up to 100 dollars. any reccomoendations? preferably being able to be done in school i don't know why but im leaning towards sponge balls. any ideas?

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-Royal Road to Card Magic

-J.B. Bobo's Modern Coin Magic

-Sponge Balls

-Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic


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adjones wrote:
-Royal Road to Card Magic

-J.B. Bobo's Modern Coin Magic

-Sponge Balls

-Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic


the only one i don't already own out of that or is not already included in my order is sponge balls


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get Jay Noblezzada's new sponge ball DVD, i don't have it but i've heard it's great ! :D


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Nickels to dimes
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:11 pm 
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I agree! simple but hard-hitting tricks!


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magikrn wrote:
Nickels to dimes
Magic Rattle box.... Don't believe me? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQhWqp8fDEc Watch for yourself.
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oh my god

that had to be the best performance of the rattle box EVER


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Goes to show that a 5 dollar effect isn't so bad after all is it?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 11:35 pm 
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adjones wrote:
-Sponge Balls


How do you use those in school? do you reach in your binder and say, "now I have this squishy red ball," or what.


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chartman wrote:
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How do you use those in school? do you reach in your binder and say, "now I have this squishy red ball," or what.


No, but I've done them at lunch, it's no big deal.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 11:57 pm 
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chartman wrote:
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How do you use those in school? do you reach in your binder and say, "now I have this squishy red ball," or what.



o my god, that made my night


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i like sponge balls, scotch and soda is a great 1 time killereffect (then you got to reset). I suggest searching luke jermanys instant downloads...most effects are 10 bucks, and they look AMAZING.


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tricks4Him wrote:
get Jay Noblezzada's new sponge ball DVD, i don't have it but i've heard it's great ! :D


i dont find buying this dvd nessicery...Although for 15-20 bucks you learn alot, you can buy 4 sponge balls with oz pearlmans routine for 4 bucks. You learn a great routine and he teaches you vanishes...This is all you need for sponge balls a quick yet effective routine (not too long yet not to short) this is so audience wont get bored or really look into what your doing.


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adjones wrote:
-Royal Road to Card Magic

-J.B. Bobo's Modern Coin Magic

-Sponge Balls

-Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic


completely agree besides bobos...i for some reason dislike it.

Mark Wilsons books are amazing...There cheap and give a TON OF TRICKS. I got that book when i was i beleive 5 years old (awhile ago). Its not the SAME EXACT one, but identical. This book i got at a book store marked down for 4 bucks. i bought it, and releized these tricks were difficult. Now with more experience i look at the book and releize how golden that book it. It gives FULL routines of every type of magic. It teaches you forces, self working tricks, ect. Although the arent the HIGHEST and most shocker of effects, it teaches you stuff if you sitting at a table with friends and that want to see something quick. After re-reading the book, and forces, i made my own version of paperclipper (the ending card does not appeared signed) However, my version is basically no sleight of hand, and everything is inspectable and in plain view. I learned that off basic ideas taught in this book. I love it, i cant stress it enough to buy it.

Sponge balls is also great, and in my wilson book, he gives a good routine for you to do. The book is very visual took, theres pics for every step.


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