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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2004 11:54 pm 
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I was wondering if anyone here could help to enlighten me on some topics that I find challenging when it comes to picking pockets for my performances. Basically, I would like to learn how to get objects out of a spectator's front pockets. It's been my expeirence that this is the hardest pocket to get into. For me, at least, it seem's difficult to find a natural and effective way to do this. I'm also intrested in learning how to get rings and necklaces. Someone suggested earlier on the site that these were easy for him to take, but that does not nessecarily mean that the audience will feel the same way. Anyway, if anyone would be so kind as to help me out with this I would be very grateful

P.S.- I dont have the resouces right now to purchase an instructional tool but I would would be more than happy just learning how to get into the front pockets.-Thanks Alot


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practice use misdirection and USE THE STEAL LATER AND NOT AT THE BEGINNING (UNLESS IT IS THE PICKPOCKET AND THEN DO A TRICK OR 2 B4 U BRING THE WALLET OR WATEVER OUT)


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it may or may not be the hardest (physically) to take out of the front pockets if they're wearing loose clothes. The hardest thing is to have a reason for being that close to a person and being in that general region.


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