I received No-Sense about a week ago. It comes in a nice box that holds the coins very nicely. I'd
like to say that for 60 dollars you are getting some nice gimmicks that you can use for other coin
effects and ones most coin workers will already own except for the button. The video is well made
and Kyle goes over all the moves in very good detail. Anybody that does coin magic will not have
any problem and should be able to get all the moves down in a couple of weeks. As with most tricks
it's making everything look smooth. The trick reminds me a little bit of Sankey's "Four Seasons"
that he teaches on his Restaurant and Bar DVD. All in all I recommend No-Sense for it's originality
and nice patter.
Yes but i nvr let ppl inspect anything.most things in magic need to be swapped out and i hate to say inspect this.but not this. Id rather have space to work.but i know they grab at thing's
My fiance bought me this effect and its a nice routine i might add im not really a coin guy i prefer cards...i just wish all the coins were examinable at the end cause i dont have a certain one that i can switch out.
This trick is more for a parlor or corporate setting because the audience needs to be 180 degrees or less. In that kind of setting people are far enough away that they won't be able to pick things up and are not going to ask to see things. This is not a trick for walk-around where people are at your side or behind you.
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