This gaff is GENIUS! and it is SO FUN to perform.
You can perform this as shown on the
However, I got rid of the "Key Ring"...I wear mine on a metal necklace
chain (like used for dog tags).
NOW, I show the necklace, and have them inspect it.
cause the Coin to cleanly UNLINK magically from the chain...
Then I Show the Hole 3.0
Effect...(moving the hole twice)
Finally, make the Coin magically penetrate my shirt AND RELINK
on the necklace!
This is Begins and Ends CLEAN!
(All you need is Gregory Wilson's UNLEASHED
I think the handling makes WAY more sense and logical effect combining the two
Make your own patter, but mine is based on the premise that I decided to "retire"
my favorite magic coin, so I took to a jeweler to make a necklace of it.
When I got it home I
noticed the hole is drilled in the wrong location. However, it was just my magic coin not being
ready to retire just yet, and cause the hole moving all over!
Finally, I ended up with the hole
where I wanted it and promised that my coin could continue to perform!
That made my coin happy
and, and agreed to jump onto the necklace; ready for the next show!
This routine makes sense of
why the coin has a 'hole' in it, the necklace and the need for the hole to move around!
There are subtleties I've developed in my handling that I could not share here
because it divulges secrets of both Hole 3.0 and Unleashed. But when you start to play with the
premise, you will see possibilities. If not, give me a message on the Cafe or Facebook and I'd love
chat about it.
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A good effect that packs small enough to remain with you anywhere. In my experience, the spectator
tends to guess at the handling in the final phase whenever the ring is used. Not so much when a
simple coin switch (sans ring) ends the routine. Just a suggestion. Feel free to do it your own way.
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I think this will only work at bars because of the handling and gimmick itself your audience needs
to be a little impaired... Definitely not worth the full price I'm glad I got this one on open box
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I think this is trick is very cool and I like the prorps
that come with it as well. It might be
more desirable if the price was around
$50.00 I think the price is high because of all the
you receive and for secret value. Ted is a great
teacher and goes over the moves
well. Note this
routine will take some practice, but worthwhile.
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Nice simple trick to perform. I purchased off an open box for less than the full price. Not sure
it is worth full retail but it is a clever and well made gimmick. You can learn the moves pretty
fast and with a little practice make it look good.
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This coin is extremely well made and worth the high price tag. Not terribly difficult to master
“moving the hole” and audience reactions are super. This is definitely a close range close up
effect and your lighting should be good. Plays really well on tv/video. Highly recommended.