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PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 10:51 pm 
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where can i learn spellbound for a coin? i specifically only want to learn this is there any pamphlet or something teaching this? thanks


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Stars of Magic teaches the original handling, along with a lot of killer material. Dave Roth has a version on almost every video he's released, especially his beginning coin DVDs. The New York Coin Magic guys released a volume on Wild Coin and Spellbound routines. That's should be plenty to get you started. My suggestion would be the Roth videos, then the NYCM video, then Stars of Magic if you're looking only for Spellbound, even though the Stars of Magic was some of the most clever closeup magic you'll ever find.


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You can learn it from an instant download from Theory 11 in Chris Kenner's Hellbound Spellbound.

http://www.theory11.com/1on1/


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ayli wrote:
You can learn it from an instant download from Theory 11 in Chris Kenner's Hellbound Spellbound.

http://www.theory11.com/1on1/


i went to the website and have no idea where the instant download thingy is? thanks


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shteig613 wrote:
ayli wrote:
You can learn it from an instant download from Theory 11 in Chris Kenner's Hellbound Spellbound.

http://www.theory11.com/1on1/


i went to the website and have no idea where the instant download thingy is? thanks


http://www.theory11.com/1on1/?CategoryI ... humbVideos


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MCM DVD teaches it.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/discuss/vie ... in#1179077

Spellbound (Vernon)

I would NEVER buy one trick/sleight when you can get so much more for one DVD, and even more through a book.


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sirbrad wrote:
MCM DVD teaches it.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/discuss/vie ... in#1179077

Spellbound (Vernon)

I would NEVER buy one trick/sleight when you can get so much more for one DVD, and even more through a book.


iusually dont buy for one trick but i already have bobos book and i.t.b.t.w.c and i dont see the spellbound in either!!!! it really looks awesome and i tried figuring it out and i cant -thats how good the move is>........


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Well I can assure you it is on the DVD set, and WELL worth the money.


Some additional sources:

Apocalypse Vol 6 No 6 June 83
Page 789 Spellbound Move #836 (Bruce Berkowitz): another in the hands coin change

Apocalypse Vol 6 No 8 Aug 83
Page 813 Spellbound Addition (Robert Bengel): a clean coin change for a Spellbound routine

Apocalypse Vol 09 No 10 Oct 1986
Page 1267 Smooth and Magical (Tom Potente): a change of one coin to another, such as for a Spellbound routine

Apocalypse Vol 09 No 12 Dec 1986
Page 1294 Okay Coin Change (Hippie Torrales): spellbound coin change

Apocalypse Vol 11 No 1 Jan 1988
Page 1443 Complete Coin Dis/Appearance (Mike Gallo): good coin hiding grip for a Spellbound sequence

Apocalypse Vol 12 No 1 Jan 1989
Page 1587 Arithmagic (Sol Stone): quarter to half to two quarters Spellbound routine
Page 1594 Spellbound A Round (John Bentz): another coin routine

Apocalypse Vol 11 No 8 August 1988
1531 Pretty Interlude (Sol Stone): spellbound type coin routine

The Magic of Michael Ammar
Chapter 2 : Ultimate one finger Spellbound 1991

Great Scott! It's (Coin) Magic
By Scott F. Guinn

Ouellet, Gary: Close Up Illusions
130 Spellbound Sequence 1990

Pockets Full of Miracles
By Diamond Jim Tyler
there is a Spellbound routine included in the book. The only difference between this and a standard Spellbound routine is this one uses stained glass "stones" instead of coins.

"Coin Vanish Volume 1"
By Dan Watkins
King Midas Spellbound: A quadruple Spellbound routine in which a gold coin turns to silver, then copper, then brass, then back to gold. This is beautiful, magical, and ludicrously expensive in terms of gimmicks


Kaufman, Richard: Paul Gertner's Steel and Silver
Page 71 Spellbound Roll and Reverse--Copper coin changes to silver and back again.
Page 73 Triple Bounce Change Spellbound--Copper changes to silver and then to brass while being tossed from hand to hand. 1994

Mentzer, Jerry: Close-Up File
Page 168 Easy Multiple Spellbound-Plus! (Ray Mertz): Easy and simplified Spellbound coin effect. At the end, the four coins change into Chinese coins. 1994

WORKING THE TABLES
David Drake, 1996
A Spellbound effect with a logical and different surprise ending.

Mark Leveridge, The British Close Up Magic Symposium - The First Decade
1989-1999
Page 168 .......... Geoff Ray - A Climax To Spellbound

Kainoa Harbottle, Cointopia 2003
11….Upside Down Spellbound- As it says on the tin, a spellbound move with the hand in an upside-down spellbound position.
13….J.W. Grip Spellbound- A spellbound move using J.W. grip.
15….Mutobe-esque Spellbound- A spellbound utilizing the Mutobe Palm.

Jon Rachernbaumer, Sankey Unleashed 2004
Page 51 Spellbound Change Variant

Chronicles No.24 page 1300 Spellbound for Experts Year ????

Pearlbearer Page 0891 Spellbound -Harvey Rosenthal (PR Vo.10 Close-up Folio #2) Year ????

Chronicles No.16 page 1215 Spellbound for Experts Year????

Tanners’s Magic Manuscript
Volume 8 Issue 5 / March/April 1987
The Invisible Touch by Sol Stone - a spellbound like routine where a coin turns into a clear disk.


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shteig613 wrote:
i dont see the spellbound in either!!!! it really looks awesome and i tried figuring it out and i cant -thats how good the move is>........


Do you have the "The New Modern Coin Magic?"


393 Al Leech's Coin Trick: Spellbound with a surprise ending


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Brad, what is it with you and the huge list posts lately? lol :lol:


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I don't know, I guess I am going to back to the old me. Call it "Retro Sirbrad." :lol: I also love to reference back to my own lists. Why, are you complaining about quality content that is not spam? I know that is a shocker to see here. Just be glad people like me are still around. :)


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sirbrad wrote:
shteig613 wrote:
i dont see the spellbound in either!!!! it really looks awesome and i tried figuring it out and i cant -thats how good the move is>........


Do you have the "The New Modern Coin Magic?"


393 Al Leech's Coin Trick: Spellbound with a surprise ending


uh no i have bobos moderncoin magic its soft cover from dover and thanks for your massive list and whats apyclose or whatever its called?! thanks :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 8:46 pm 
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OK you need the updated new version then. What is "Apocalypse?" You are kidding right? One of the best 4 volume sets in magic, namely close-up magic; by Harry Lorayne. Each volume is about 700 pages.


http://magicref.tripod.com/books.htm

Check out the TOC here.


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oh k no ididnt know that wow and thanks for the toc (also when you get a chance read the pm isent you! thanks again i really just want to learn that move ! :mrgreen:


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thank for the pm back !


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