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1KJ
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Warning: We will run out of new tricks in
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A few of my favorites are variations of the following:

Exact Change (Greg Wilson)
Magnetic coins (?)
Pencil through coin (Dave Williamson version) with a very simple gimmick
Orient Express (Mark Mason)

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Questionable trick by Gregory Wilson. Pure beautiful impromptu copper/silver transpo. Also if it's something fast then a quick coin roll into the coin that falls up usually catches them off guard. They see the coin rolling back and forth which to many impresses, then you slam them into the wall by allowing the coin to drop into the other hand and you MP it back up and continue the coin roll. Usually doing it twice is enough.
Current things to work on: Everything loops, Pinky count, Coins coins coins...
Dollarbill
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I agree with scotch and soda. I love the completely baffled smile.
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I am new to coins but I really enjoy doing double deception by Mason. I do it all the time for walk around and I always try to get a scarf from a spectator. I have also used a neck tie while the spectator is still waring it.
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I love Gregory Wilsons "chip on your shoulder" bit!
Although, all of his stuff is wonderful.
DigaMag
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I performed nest of wallet with borrowed signed coin.... and then I performed a coin bending with the same signed coin.... its perfect for me....
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On Oct 25, 2013, Mr. Danny wrote:
Man, Don't ya'll ever sleep? Coin in the eye, by Tommy Wonder!


Did Tommy Wonder perform the coin to eye really? I wasn't aware of it. What trick can it be found in?

Thanks in advance for any info anyone might provide.
Silverdollar
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Gabbay's 3 fly has been my favorite for the last two years.
Dollarbill
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On Apr 11, 2014, Eric Evans wrote:
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On Oct 25, 2013, Mr. Danny wrote:
Man, Don't ya'll ever sleep? Coin in the eye, by Tommy Wonder!


Did Tommy Wonder perform the coin to eye really? I wasn't aware of it. What trick can it be found in?

Thanks in advance for any info anyone might provide.


http://www.llpub.com/zenshop/index.php?m......_id=1646

Tmmy Wonder dvd, visions of wonder #3 .

Do yourself a favor and buy the whole set if you can afford it. Sometimes you can find it in the buy/ sell section here on the forum. It has some of the best stuff I've ever seen Smile
Eric Evans
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Thanks Dollarbill!

The information you provided is very much appreciated.
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Can anyone advise me.- I saw a clip on facebook last night, A coin placed on a playing card, Then the coin slowly stands up, Then the guy put a glass over the coin while its still standing. no thread ?? Have you ever seen this. many thanks, Keith- magicwalsh@gmail.com
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John Kennedy used to sell a trick like that which used no thread. Very clever, but I can't remember the name at the moment or find it on the web. I have one stored away somewhere - if I run across it I'll let you know the name. Seem to recall it was a fancy sounding name that didn't immediately conjur an image of the effect.
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I agree with coins across. It's the one trick that I bring with me at all times. Also you could learn the muscle pass
MaxfieldsMagic
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On Feb 9, 2016, wally wrote:
Can anyone advise me.- I saw a clip on facebook last night, A coin placed on a playing card, Then the coin slowly stands up, Then the guy put a glass over the coin while its still standing. no thread ?? Have you ever seen this. many thanks, Keith- magicwalsh@gmail.com


Check out "Esoteric Kennedy," for sale at Stevens Magic.
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Questionbale trick-Gregory Wilson, quick copper silver transpo with dime and penny. No gimmicks. I believe it's on "Off the Cuff"
warren
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Although I've changed the presentation and handling slightly a Questionable trick is a great effect that plays really well Smile
Stephen Wilbury
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Coin under watch is a killer
DrVG
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Ditch and pitch coin change vs a candy !
or a ring !! (if it happens to be the same color it can create a great WOw)
then bobo switch back to reality Smile
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My favorite coin trick is a washer trick sold by Jay Sankey "Holey Moley". Sankey says it is his best selling coin trick. The basic routine gets marvelous reactions.
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My coin Body-Loading routine kills in the street: https://facebook.com/debjitmagic/videos/1329449787183832
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