Ok first off it is way under valued!
Second: don't let the low price make you think this is
a cheap gimmicky vanish and production.
This will take lots of work and practice. I am not
that great at coin magic even though I've been practicing magic for over a decade I would consider
myself a beginner when it comes to coins. I will be impressed with myself if I get some semblance of
this routine down in a month a practice.
I was intrigued by this simply because I have
smaller hands and was never able to handle some of the larger coins with any skill. But the routine
that looks this good with only a quarter opens up some great possibilities that I'm very excited
I feel like I will definitely get a lot more value than what I paid for out of this
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Perfect for those times when they find out you are a magician and ask to see something. As Will
says in the tutorial this is not for beginning coin workers but for the intermediate to advanced
coin magicians. This will take plenty of time and effort to master but I feel that if I (you) take
the time to learn this, I (you) will always be prepared to amaze them in the moment with nothing
more than a single borrowed coin.
Will’s instructions are excellent and thorough with nice
close camera work showing front, back and fully exposed views.
Also included are two bonus
“one coin” routines to turn is into a three phase routine.
All this for only $5USD. All
there is to do now is “Add to Cart” and practice, practice, practice........
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As an experienced sleight of hand artist it's been a while since I found a routine that tickles my
This routine does it!
I always wanted a solid one coin routine with one
hand and I loved the concept.
Spent 6+ hrs of non-stop practice perfecting it and oh boy
was it worth it.
A very fun and pretty routine that is worth putting in the time and
effort. So much so I probably have tendonitis or something but I just can't stop doing it.
If you're a beginner come back when you're prepared to strain yourself with finger gymnastics
and are armed with coin sleight knowledge.
Finger flicking junkies will enjoy this
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"Eagle" by Will Fern is a challenging piece of magic. The trick is pure sleight of hand without the
use of misdirection. The strength of "Eagle" is that is can be performed impromptu with a borrowed
First, I’ll comment on the obstacles of doing "Eagle." Despite being an
experienced coin worker, I find it difficult to make smooth, rapid, consistent transitions between
the required coin concealments. When performing the main routine of this download it is crucial
to consider spectator angles (never surrounded) and the ambient temperature (sweaty hands are a
problem). Lastly, I have average to large hands without windows and I would not do this with coin
larger than a quarter.
Although this is not an easy routine, I feel it is worth learning
and perfecting. Mr. Fern freely concedes that this is intended for the advanced coin worker and
will take most people time to achieve a quality performance. If nothing else, it is a superb
dexterity exercise. The didactic on this video is excellent and the 2 bonus tricks are solid and
worth your attention. The download is surprisingly inexpensive. In closing, I recommend "Eagle"
for the serious coin magician who want a strong effect and is willing to put in the time.
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The Eagle has landed right onto my short list of go-to routines that are pure and simple
You'll put a little time in to perfect the subtleties, just like any
presentation worth your audience's amazed reaction.
With this knowledge in your muscle
along with a borrowed quarter,
You're always ready to astonish!
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If you are new to magic or, like me relearning things from long ago, This routine is perfect for
getting those hands working in a deceptive graceful manner. You will need to practice this one, a
lot, however like my title the work is well worth it.
Funny how magic works. If you get the pants fooled off of you and then buy the secret, you are
disappointed when it is not complex. On the other hand, if the secret is complex and difficult, you
get disappointed because the secret is not simple and easy. This trick is not simple or easy. Even
if you work your butt off, you will likely be disappointed for many months while you work though the
sequence. But if you make it - wow - you will be The Man. I am going to start working on this. I
am going to try to be The Man. Will I make it? We'll see. Difficult? A resounding yes. But this
trick is top notch sleight of hand coin magic at its best. So, thanks for sharing, Will Fern.
a great one handed vanish and reapearence of a quarter
This is a wonderful little routine for a quarter. You can't do it with a larger coin, and the angles
are really specific. This one will definitely take practice, but it'll be worth it for a fun little
routine you can do practically at any time for a small group.
This is very good and very fun to practice.
I don't know if I will get the same result but at
least I have learned new moves that are great!