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Ones Into Hundreds

I see a bunch of different versions of this trick. Which one is the best and why? Is it still a good trick if I don't use hundreds?

Asked at 09:52pm on October 29th, 2013 by A_Adelie (6 karma)
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Classic TT is the way to go, I prefer it more than Extreme burn
1)Can use borrow bills
2)Completely clean, I can confidently spread my hands and ask the spectator "Nothing in my hands right?"
Not only that but the TT can be used for more things

Answered at 12:47pm on November 6th, 2013 by mcdonaldization (-17 karma)
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Even if you don't use hundreds the reactions are still crazy. Here's a tip, anytime you do magic with money people love it!

Try Fraud from Daniel Garcia too, I do it all the time and people lose their mind.

Answered at 03:32pm on October 31st, 2013 by robertsonmagic (37 karma)
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I still think Extreme Burn 2.0 is the best.

Obviously, changing singles to hundreds is the best situation, but I think the fact that the money is changing into a larger value is shocking enough.

Answered at 08:45am on October 30th, 2013 by s_branham (149 karma)
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