The effect and actual custom printed poker chips themselves are great. There is an extra something
you receive to do the best version of the effect that is thin and flimsy. I’m afraid that over
repeated use, the gimmick involved might bend or break.
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I like this effect and I think it will get great reactions when I go out and perform it but, my only
problem is the price. For $40?? Come on, maybe $25-30. Definitely not $40 though. Still a good
trick I will use, just wish the price was lower.
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I love the concept and the chip is quality but the gimmick itself is a little flimsy and sits
elevated and occasionally offset revealing a lip. I’m hoping this isn’t too noticeable but I
haven’t tested it yet. It’s a little frustrating because all they needed to do was use the inverse
color scheme on the chip to hide the issue. Then the area in question would be black on black
instead on yellow on yellow.
Otherwise this is an awesome trick well worth the price. I would
prefer I little sturdier and stronger holding gimmick.
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The Ultra Lucky Coin is a very cool trick to do.
It is not hard to learn and a lot of fun to
The instructions and teaching is great.
It will take a bit of practice to be smooth
the sleight of hand is not too hard to master.
My only disappointment is the price is
a little expensive.
The secret is what I fill is what is you are paying
for with this
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You get two very well-made gimmicks that will last a very long time and allow you to perform three
versions of this effect. Also, as delivered, it allows you to repeat the effect with two different
outcomes, for example at adjacent tables at a restaurant. That kind of part is a minor annoyance and
I wish the card revealed were more different between the two versions. However, Erik provides sound
instruction on modifying the gimmicks you have or making a version of your own where the outcomes
can be more different.
Beyond the gimmicks and effects, Erik provides excellent
instructions for EVERY aspect of every version. He does this in a way that is both clear and
interesting. There is one move that shows up in a lot of effects and some people may be
uncomfortable trying. I won’t name it because that would be revealing part of the method. However,
his instruction on this, as with everything else in the video, is as outstanding. Andl, much like
Paul Green's "The Odds Are With Me" provides the world's best place to practice a classic force
(actually two of them), each of the Lucky Coin routines provide a spot where you can do this move
that is so well covered there is no way to get burned.
Erik even spends some time
explaining something that I’ve known about for the past 30+ years and have never seen explained.
While I can’t say any of that part was new, it was certainly never laid out in as clear a fashion.
Even if you wind up not performing any version of this, though you probably will, you will
walk away a better performer for having watched his instruction.
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It's a worker! The magnetic chip gives a moment of misdirection which makes the t** ch****
completely undetectable by the spectator allowing for the kicker to play even stronger! Great
workmanship. However, I wished the chip could be made available with other reveals other than the
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I was fortunate enough to be gifted this wonderful little package from Erik when he and I met
several months ago, and I immediately went home and watched the tutorial. If you are a working
magician that specializes in close-up performance (i.e. bar work, table-hopping, strolling, etc.)
you would be smart to add this to your arsenal. Yes, there are MANY effects on the market, but VERY
FEW of them have the versatility and impact that Erik's "Ultimate Lucky Coin" does, and with such
little effort. The sleight-of-hand required to make the gimmick work is minimal, but the reactions
are VERY strong. Erik's creation is a winner and I'm proud to own it - now you can too.
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An excellent effect--both versions. HOWEVER---Since most of us will be using it
in strolling and
"table hopping" gigs, the two force cards should NOT have been so
similar (mine were 2 of spades
and 2 of clubs). Many times folks (especially kids)
will watch you perform twice and with two
black deuces it looks as if the same card
(almost) comes up twice in a row. I suggest that one
should be a red and the other
a black card--or if you can only print black, if one is a two, the
other should be a
five or six.
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Really pleased with this effect. There's a bit of sleight work, but nothing too challenging.
Totally worth keeping in your pocket.
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Erik has taken a throwaway gag and turned it into some fun magic that I will always have with me.
Great fun when you are out with friends but would also work tableside. I have had a lot of fun with
this and well worth the price. The instructions are great and easy to follow.
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