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aheads
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Hi guys,

I'm a Mentalist and a complete novice at money magic (having only experiemented with Extreme burn once for a stage show). My new routine could incorporate a bill switch but being in Sweden it's hard to find something that works with our currency.

I'm interested in finding out the name of this switch as performed by a Swedish guy. Here is a link to a youtube video (it's only 26 seconds).

http://youtu.be/raPQnvr6pdM

Any tips as to where I can find this method would be appreciated either here or by PM. Thanks.
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Kbuck54
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I don't think he is using a TT or a separite P_L_ED Bill. I believe it is a gaffed bill.
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On Jan 24, 2015, Kbuck54 wrote:
I don't think he is using a TT or a separite P_L_ED Bill. I believe it is a gaffed bill.
Keith Shazam


Hi Keith,

I figured as much but wondered who's gaff it is. I've seen a few Swedish magicians doing this (amateur and professional) but can't find out the name of the creator. I'm not after the secret, I'm after the name of the creator or the name of the effect. Anyone?

Thanks.
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Looks just like a variation of the kozlowski bill switch. Looks different because the bill is not the same size. And looks clear to me a TT is being used.
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I just saw (oops) that in the description of the video, the poster says it is a variation of the Michael Ammar Bill Change with a changed folding order. So that'll be a TT instead of a gaff. I'll have to read more. Thanks for the help guys.
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Mr. Forbes is correct, he is using a TT and he's very smoth with it....thats the thing which threw me off.
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Is it not just a f**ger p**m? I can't see how he could be in and out of the TT.
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It's not a finger palm, and it is a tip.
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On Jan 28, 2015, aheads wrote:
Is it not just a f**ger p**m? I can't see how he could be in and out of the TT.


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