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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2003 1:24 pm 
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David Neighbors (aka the Coinjurer) is the king of matrix effects, and his Open Travellers routine is one of the best coin routines around. He has a DVD and quite a few books and manuscripts for sale. You won't be disappointed with his stuff.


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yeah its a matrix.


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I like the impossible matrix. I don;t do it a lone though. I do it in conjunction with other matrix routines. It's fine. But if handled wrong, someone will figure it out.


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how about jay sankey's matrix, 3 coins 2 hands. pretty clean if u ask me, but is it better than malones?


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I don't like impossible Matrix


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i bought the coin matrixs or the great british coin trick depends were you buy it for the name and after a while i realised how to do the slieghts one which ive never bothered to learn but i might on my 2 hour flight to austria!

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i like my classic matrix with four quarters four cards,ends up clean,easy and fun. :)


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I'll have to check out that matrix on AoA volume 1 when I recieve it...should be here any day now. :)


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I figured out how to do the classic matrix by watching the video of David Blaine doing it, its quite simple but hard to do without arousing suspicion without a soft surface


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You just need to take good care of it.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2003 12:27 pm 
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In the AoA books there are variations of the classic matrix's. For example silver slide. You take four cards and place them on the table in front of you. You pull a coin from your pocket and explain that this is not really a trick but more of a game-a version of the three shell game to be exact. You make the coin in you hand dissapear and then you get the spectator to guess witch card the coin is under. They guess right but you explain that you had a back up plan just in case they were wrong. You made sure that the four cards each had a coin underneath them. You remove the four cards and whala there under each card is a coin. This trick is undectible.
Giant killer coin-You have four coins and to cards. You show that there are four coins in each corner. Two of those coins are covered by cards. You take one of the coins that are not under the cards and make it disapear. But no worrys-the coin went underneath the card. You take the next coin and shoot it into the card explaining that you took a high callaber shot but low callaber vanish. You open your hand to show that the coin disapeared and went under the card. You still have one card that has a coin underneath it. With just a snap you cause the coin to travel from underneath one card to the other card.
Free Flight-a great trick using just one card and many in the hand coin sleights. Basically coins travel from your hand underneath the playing card and then one coin travels from your hand underneath a specs hand and the playing card.
PDQ#2 coins across. Basically coins travel from your left hand to your right with minimum moves and in a very quick fashion.
All of these tricks are in different books. The first two are in the first book. Free Flight is in the 3rd book and PDQ#2 coins across is in the 2nd book. Great tricks.


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i never saw David Blaine do the classic matrix.... hmm... oh well...i prefer the shadow matrix.... the one without cards


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Scorpio wrote:
i never saw David Blaine do the classic matrix.... hmm... oh well...i prefer the shadow matrix.... the one without cards

Blaine does it to those native tribes he visits on his fearless dvd


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