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 Post subject: Are sponge balls worth it?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 3:03 pm 
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I was considering buying some sponge balls today. Are they worth it? Since I'm planning on doing restaurants, I thought it would be great. Also, if you order sponge balls, do they come with enough to do the routine that Oz does or would you need to order 2 sets? :?:


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I think they come with 4


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 5:56 pm 
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Yeah they come with 4. It is worth it because you only IMO need one set and they are relatively low in price. :P Ryan


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Mine came with 4 1/2..... :lol:


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lol :lol: :lol: :lol: Ryan


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So how many sets does Oz use in his routine? Would I need to buy 2 sets? :?


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StreetMan wrote:
So how many sets does Oz use in his routine? Would I need to buy 2 sets? :?

just one set


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 Post subject: how can u go wrong
PostPosted: Mon Jun 30, 2003 12:16 pm 
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Of course spong balls are a good envestment, and for that price how can you go wrong? Also i find it allot more affective if yoy have many spong balls appearing and dissapearing, so if you have the money spring for the extra set!


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2003 5:56 pm 
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Are sponge balls worth it? Only if you are into magic. Seriously. Sponge balls teach you many of the basic skills you will take with you throughout your magic career. Palming and passing techniques can apply to almost any object, from coins, to finger rings and even cups and balls. You will also develop misdirection skills, confidence in interacting with your audience and patter. All that for just a few bucks?


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2003 9:08 pm 
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Where can I find a video of Oz's routine and where can I get a Video, DVD, or Book explaining how to do it. and yes sponge balls are worth it!!!


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Where can I find a video of Oz's routine and where can I get a Video, DVD, or Book explaining how to do it. and yes sponge balls are worth it!!!


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in the routine that comes with the sponge balls


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Thanks


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 Post subject: sponge ball routine
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See Kenton Knepper's comedy sponge ball routine on the video "Klose up an Unpublished" where he pullss them from everywhere and only actually uses 3


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 Post subject: Sponge ball instructions
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Ok...hi, i recently bought sponge balls from a local retailer and when i got them i opend them up and they had this weird gimmick that you put on your fingers and are suppose to hid the balls behind...the stinking gimmick is crap the balls dont even fit behind it it makes no since and its not even the trick i saw the guy do in the store. ive owned sponge balls some years ago and i had a good routine to go with them but i lost my instructions and i just have these dumb gimmicked instructions and 4 spongeballs but i dont remember the entire routine. if anyone can email me or post the basic routine that you use slight of hand and no gimmick just the sponge balls please help me my email adress is zalorthethird@yahoo.com thank you very much.


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