Chef Tsao performed a great job. His technics are very personnal and original. Many nice routines.
The basic move is the same as Tristan Mory one, but a genius tip of Chef Tsao make it much more
usable. It has also been studied in a much more deep way than Tristan, and included in almost all
The routines require at least intermediate skills in coin magic but it's possible to
perform. Only one bonus routine is really too difficult.
No gimmick, only sleight of hand, but
you have to be carefull about the fact that the main technic is not angle proof at all and so
everything has to be done "one to one".
Looks great on the DVD and at the right angle I am sure it would be. Going to takes lots of practise
to get the hang of this though, not easy and very knacky. Potential but maybe not for me...
All the routines in the DVD relay on one, very hard to do movement, which is also one (and one only)
angle proof. Anything to the left or right of the magician is exposed.
This has made this DVD a
waste of money for me, since it's completely impractical.
For all you hard-coin-workers and
camera magicians reading this - take it, and good luck.
I was really surprise at the new arming system. It has never occur to me that making a coin vanish
using this method would be possible... but it is. The handle is a little challenging, but once you
master it, you can add it to your other coin vanishes, making the person even more confuse as to how
it was done.
My thanks to Chef Tsao for coming up with this one... great job.
I just received the dvd today and I must say that this is one of the best coin tricks instructions I
have ever bought. Chef Tsao really goes over every move so that you can learn them. I like the way
he vanishes the coins and how easy he makes it so that you can follow them. I recommand this dvd to
all who like to do coin magic. It is easy and has a big impact. I repeat,
one of the best and
simple coin tricks that if I can do it-
which I have trouble doing with other fancy coin
moves-then this is the one to get. Get it!
While the music on the tutorial is annoying, it is a great coin system that I have never seen
anywhere else. Perhaps others have used these methods, but this is the first I have seen it. It is
very good. At first, I had difficulty doing it, then I applied just a touch of fingertip moistener,
and like magic, it was easy to do.