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 Post subject: bionic coin!!
PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:18 pm 
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Sup guys i ordered this last week and just got it in..
TEACHING: Pretty good but in subtitles no voice on this just music

Difficulty: On a 1to10 and a 10 being hard i would give this a 2 its pretty easy..

Overall im happy with the trick but hard to say since i havent performed it yet.. For the 20 dollars you get a DVD and the teaching is on the DVD.. It does require a gimmick but you provide that yourself..
Its one of those tricks once you see how its done you will be kicking your self in the azz for not coming up with this yourself..
Also this doesnt work to well with quarters so im gona have to find myself a silver dollar
Overall i give the trick a 7 out of 10
Let me add there are no angles to really worry about so that's a plus


I added an update on the bottom of this page.. STAY AWAY FROM THIS TRICK.. THERES NO WAY YOU CAN BORROW A COIN LIKE THEY SAY ALSO YOU WOULD HAVE TO PERFORM IN A DARK LIT ROOM


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Is it like Nightshades or different?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 8:32 pm 
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I think your probing for exposure so no comment


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How would answering, Yes or No be exposure?

There are all kinds of threads on Penguin that compare similar effects to each other.


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Can it be done with canadian money?


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is it cheap to make the gimmick? :?: :?:


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:40 pm 
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Yes 2 or 3 bucks


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sweet and will it brek easily or stop working after a time?


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No the gimmick should last a lifetime with one purchase


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Ok want to update this.. I wen tout got a 50cent piece and the gimmick and i am very unhappy with this trick... Overall i say a 2
Now i see why they show the trick in a dark lit room.. STAY AWAY FROM THIS TRICK!!! VERY UNHAPPY WITH IT


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This is why you shouldn't review something without actually watching it or trying it first.

I don't see how gimmicking something that could easily be done with a Spellbound move is an improvement.


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exodus wrote:
This is why you shouldn't review something without actually watching it or trying it first.

I don't see how gimmicking something that could easily be done with a Spellbound move is an improvement.


Exactly. Why do it with a gimmick and spend money on a trick that can easily be done with a simple spellbound move? That way you can even borrow the coin!


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So where does one learn the spellbound move??


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Everywhere. Stars of Magic is a great place to start. David Roth has some great work on it. Most coin magic videos involve a Spellbound or fifty. They're not hard to find.


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sorry bro but maybe you will like it better than me


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