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That is the best coin in bottle rutine I have ever seen... Love the storry.
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I just watched Payne's routine again, it is truly a masterpiece of entertainment!
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Payne, thank you so much. You really demonstrated what it is to perform magic. I loved it.
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Obvious why you are The Master, Sir Payne! It's refreshing to see a well thought out presentation with HUMOR. And I loved how all your magic catalog ad display signs had a consistent look. It would be a delight to see a show of yours featuring other childhood experiences you had as a budding magician. I would also like to catch your Renaissance Fair act sometime.
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I'm glad this thread got resurfaced. Half hour went by watching Master Payne... well spent.
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I've had the pleasure of seeing Payne perform this live and it's simply a hilarious routine.
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Hilarious. Fantastic. Very enjoyable.
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Wow, That was fun. Why don't they book novel acts like these at conventions?
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I watched this yet again and I still laughed very hard! This is a very well thought out routine and very well presented. It is funny because you can sense a genuine child-like frustration, for lack of better terms, that has only stewed over the years in the mind of the adult. Well done Master Payne! I cannot think of any performance or presentation of his that I have not enjoyed thoroughly.
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The performance clip is at the 2010 Tri-Cities Magic Convention in Vancouver,BC. I was in the audience. What a fantastic routine. I hope to someday come up with a routine of this caliber. Not just a coin in bottle routine, any routine. Bravo Master Payne!!!
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It's great to see this thread come up again and again as new people discover this performance. Once I saw it I decided to look for other videos by Master Payne on YouTube - glad I did!
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I'm supposed to be working right now, but I just HAD to watch this. What more can I say but EXCELLENT!!!
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Thanks for all the compliments guys. I just did this at the IBM Convention in the Close Up Show and it went over very well.
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I just believe in one fewer god than you do.

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Master Payne, I believe this routine will become a Classic. EVERY magician should see this.
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I loved it! Hilarious.
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That was great! Smile
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I didn't go to the IBM this year, but I heard from a member of my ring that went who said that you made quite an impression. Great work.

Next time, let us know before you perform!

Regards,

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On 2012-07-13 15:35, BanzaiMagic wrote:
I didn't go to the IBM this year, but I heard from a member of my ring that went who said that you made quite an impression. Great work.

Next time, let us know before you perform!

Regards,

Alan


But if I told you what I was doing before I went that would spoil the suprise. Smile

This routine plays best if you don't know what's coming.
I contend that we are both atheists.
I just believe in one fewer god than you do.

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Absolutely made my day seeing this. Proof it's not what you do but how you present it.

Very entertaining presentation.

Thanks Master Payne!
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I think many of us can relate in one way or another.
Very cool and funny routine. Thanks for posting it.
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Wonderful routine mr payne
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Thought it would be worth bumping up this old thread for anyone that may have missed this video. I just
watched it again for what might be the 5th or 6th time. It does remind me of my childhood/mail order magic
days. But it's even current today, considering how many producers of magic come out with Version 2 or 3, Gold, or
Titanium editions of everything.
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This is why I love magic. One effect as a 12 minute routine. Pure entertainment.

You, sir, are amazing.
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"..... I could have FRIENDS! "

Classic! And it doesn't get old. But maybe only for folks that actually bought stuff out of a Johnson-Smith or Banner's catalog?

Definitely belongs as part of a 'Magic 101' course. How to entertain/present vs simply 'show a trick'.

Also a great example of engaging the audience and getting them on your side vs challenging them with a puzzle.
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Thanks for the compliments and support. The video is almost up to 3000 views. Which is going Viral in my book Smile Well at last as viral as a 12 minute video could go. It's also a clear illustration as to why I'll never get asked to go on AGT. There's simply no way I could compress this routine down to the ninety seconds of hard hitting effect only presentations they are looking for.
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I just believe in one fewer god than you do.

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Thanks for bringing back this thread to life, I enjoyed discovering this video.
That's the second video of you that I've watched in a short period of time, and it make me searching for more.
Great job. That the kind of magic show I like.
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On 2012-07-13 19:15, Payne wrote:
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On 2012-07-13 15:35, BanzaiMagic wrote:
I didn't go to the IBM this year, but I heard from a member of my ring that went who said that you made quite an impression. Great work.

Next time, let us know before you perform!

Regards,

Alan


But if I told you what I was doing before I went that would spoil the suprise. Smile

This routine plays best if you don't know what's coming.


Actually, I just meant performing generally. I would have gone to that convention.

Surely you wouldn't mind having a couple extra "fans" cheering you on.
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On 2012-12-18 15:03, patrickmg wrote:
Thanks for bringing back this thread to life, I enjoyed discovering this video.
That's the second video of you that I've watched in a short period of time, and it make me searching for more.
Great job. That the kind of magic show I like.

Here's another one I like:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jx85OGLjxWY
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Realize this is an older thread, but I just now stumbled across the YouTube video of the routine. Genius! It's fun, it's cynical, it's inspired. But then it ends with a genuine magic moment.

Can't imagine a better routine to perform for a bunch of magicians who will fully appreciate the continuing story of hope and the heartbreak. And also the youthful, misplaced faith in magic as a path to social standing.

I've had one of those giant glass Coke bottles sitting in my basement for two years now - got it because it looked cool and I figured I'd figure out a routine for it eventually. But now I see that the perfect routine has already been done, so maybe it's time to sell it.

Thanks, Master Payne, for sharing that truly entertaining routine.
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Glad you enjoyed the routine. I had the great fortune to perfom this at MAGIC Live this last year where I recieved many great compliments for the routine.

For those wishing to catch it live I'll probably be doing it at the TAOM convention this year.
I contend that we are both atheists.
I just believe in one fewer god than you do.

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