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 Post subject: Coin hold-out
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 6:53 pm 
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I'm doing a routine with a karate coin. But I dont want to palm or sleeve the coin. Does anybody know if there is a hold-out that is on the market made specifically to hold small coins? Should I just use a paperclip maybe?


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I don't know how good this is or if it is what you're looking for but.... http://www.penguinmagic.com/specialorde ... hp?ID=2380


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Bicycle12, I was talking to somebody in a magic shop once about that and they said that they were working with it and it broke while it was in use. I might try a few things i have made.


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Use a paperclip to clip it to a belt loop right above your back pocket. Then you can grab it the same way you would a Jumbo Coin in Dave Roth's One Coin Routine.


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Use a paperclip to clip it to a belt loop right above your back pocket. Then you can grab it the same way you would a Jumbo Coin in Dave Roth's One Coin Routine.


I use a paperclip for Greed, but clip it to my back pocket like Danny recommends.


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Some times I use what I believe is called a Chinese coin pouch. It is made of stiff cardboard on 3 sides and opens when pressure is applied to the ends. I hook one to my back pocket and it works nicely.


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I love using the cell-phone that's clipped to my belt. One bump with the heel of my hand and it drops the coin into my fingertips. Your phone may vary, of course...


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You can use a wallet as a hold out. Look into the Stealth Assassin Wallet by Peter Nardi. GREAT wallet.


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Yeah, but that's better for cards. For coins, a magnetic holdout or small pouch seems to be the best.


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 Post subject: Re: Coin hold-out
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:05 am 
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girspiggy wrote:
I'm doing a routine with a karate coin. But I dont want to palm or sleeve the coin. Does anybody know if there is a hold-out that is on the market made specifically to hold small coins? Should I just use a paperclip maybe?
david stone teaches how to make a basic and effective hold out on his second coin magic dvd. He uses it for a bill but i have also used it for a coin.


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I went on a field trip with my sewing class ( :oops: ) to a fabric store to get fabric for a pair of pants we are making. I found these really strong magnets there. my friend and I had some fun with them lol. I got them and made like a little strip of the fabric and inserted the magnets into each end. I can set this up and be good to go now and not have to worry about it in school when I go on a computer or anything. It's also good because the hole in my karate coin gimlet is bigger than the magnet circumferance so it is easier to steal.


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