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 Post subject: The act of pickpocketing
PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2005 2:07 pm 
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Ok I usually steal my friends wallet in class when they are not paying attention becuase they use really baggy pants they I'll say "hey man can I see your license?" Then when they are confused about where there wallet is I will reveal it to them. Now I have been caught plenty of times doing this and I want to become better and know tricks and secrets so can anyone help and give me tips about pickpocketing?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10, 2005 1:31 pm 
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Location: Denver ,Colorado
practice stealing all kinds of wallets on your dad or your brother.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 11:17 am 
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If you want to get better then you have got to practice. But before you go jumping into peoples pockets you need to be confident with your misdirection. I suggest learning:

1. Coin Under Watch.
This is available in "On The Spot" by Gregory Wilson. He calls his
version 'Quicksilver'.
Learning AND using this will supply you with a new level of confidence, and teach you many important points about touching people. He also touches on the watch steal.

2. The Watch Steal.
Greg Wilson also covers this in "On The Spot". If you still don't get it
down or want more detail try "Jeff Hobson Live!".

Penguin has both of these titles at a competitive price.

Good Luck.
~MM

****** Penguin also offers "Mastering the Art of Watch Stealing with James Coats (DVD)", I have not seen this and cannot comment on it. Read the customer reviews, it may be worth it.


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