Why would a magician waste pocket space when you intend to or might possibly perform? Why would you make it a habit to carry loose coins when you also place valuable gaffed coins in your pockets?...Or even better, just reduce your magic down to only using cards, sponge balls, bills, and quarters lol...One final thing I just thought about:Why carry loose change?
If you also mean you can't keep your gaffed coins separate while performing, as in, you're carrying say a folding quarter, a Scotch and Soda, a shell half, AND a cigarette through quarter...
You are carrying 3 too many gaffed coin tricks because a magician should never have more than one gaffed coin trick in a performance in my opinion, definitely never more than two.
Some of us perform slight of hand magic with ungimmicked coins. I produce my gimmicked coins out of a small assortment of real coins, aiding the illusion that they're genuine.Reducing his magic to (more controllable items)??
Sounds quite condescending.Limiting the number of gaffed coin tricks in any given performance?
If there were any good reason to perform 15 or 25 gaffed coin tricks in an act, who among us is qualified to tell the performer he's overdoing it? I prefer to save my criticism for bad quality of peformance, rather than quantity of props used.