I'm really sorry but I don't like this trick at all.
I got it as an extra from "In the
beginning there were coins" DVD and I am very happy I never paid money for this silly trick. First
of all it is very overpriced, and second of all, I have never used this trick.
I've had the
trick for many years now, and I'm having trouble thinking of a time to use this coin flip. Even if I
do, it does not really look like a fair coin flip...
It's pretty expensive for what you
get, but who knows, maybe there is someone who will find it very useful.
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It is cool and simple with a while of practice. Pretty decent, but really, 10 bucks, good thing I
got it with "In the beginning there were coins." You don't really have 100% control of the coin.
For me i get it 90% of the time. If you want to make it perfect, be ready to practice many hours.
I think this is a $2 affect.
This isn't magic, its a dud. I'm glad I got this free with the purchase of something else and didn't
spend money on it or I would have really been bummed. Save your money.
Simple and everything under control. A perfect combination to the Magicans choise.
I have no idea what you'd want to do with this. Even if you could control a flip in a way that was
deceptive, how exactly would you use this skill? In a gambling type of situation, the person who
calls the coin is not the person who flips it... and the coin is called in the air. Presumably this
is the standard protocol because it's understood that one CAN control a coin flip.
for this method... is it deceptive? Yes and no. It does look like the coin is actually flipping,
but the manner of the toss doesn't really look like it's being done in a casual, random sort of way.
In other words, it looks like you're trying to control it.
I just can't see any value in
I didn't really find this all too useful. It is an interesting skill to acquire but not worth the
amount of time it takes to perfect the motion. If you are into gambling demonstrations it might be
good seque into a discussion on probability.
After all this time I would think I would be able to do this, but I can't get it to work more than 2
out of 10 times. I just don't get it. I don't like this and the price is too much for this. I am
amazed that something like this is 10.00 when something as good as starry eyed surprise is 6.00
This move is great, if you want to wow people in coin magic, it will take some practice and you have
to have good hands to do it, but if you can very cool. It just adds some really nice art to your
performance. And can be done with washers as well. So I like that.
Add to cart, but it
will take practice.
This effect is a very powerful piece of magic when used in the right setting. Jay explains how to
perform this effect in great detail, allowing you to be comfortable at any skill level. I suggest
this product to anyone who wants a never-lose effect.
The way this effect works is pretty genious. You can fool plenty of people with it, you can use it
for various situations you may be in.
It is a nice idea but I do bleive it was overpriced, but
a bit, I am still quite happy with my purchase, I have also shown this to several magicians, and
they never understand how it works, it is kind of funny.
Teaching: Nothing is
left out, very detailed
Recommend: I would reccommend this to anyone who finds the effect
interesting and thinks they may use it.