Very visual coin tricks but not easy sleights. For 2 tricks you need to master the timing for the
other 2 they use a difficult sleight, at least for me.
It is inexpensive so not a big deal if
you want to try, but if I would known the level of skill needed I probably bought a different
He says in the demo there is difficult stuff in here. I don't understand your logic.
In response to kingspade, I appreciate his insight reinforcing that these are indeed difficult. Yes, I heard it in the demo, but I was curious to get an opinion from the perspective of someone who bought it and knew how the tricks were done. To me, this was a helpful comment.
IMO, the demo itself screams advanced, so I'm surprised you expected anything less.
I've done all of the sleights in this tutorial for many years, so I do not recall the effort required to learn them. That said, once learned great stuff and worth the effort.
The timing to put everything together is what is giving me grief as I practice these now.
Yes, this is advanced!
And, yes, "kingspade" is a "tool".
I'll be here all week...don't forget to tip your waitress'
Last time I checked great magic was never "easy" but we know that today's generation are lazy and expect every trick to be self-working, self-contained, fully examinable, and they want all the credit as well. I am glad I am from the old school of magic where practicing hard stuff is considered the norm and is what makes one a great magician not simply a monkey going through moves with no skill, presentation, showmanship or patter and merely doing "puzzles" for people.
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