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shakuni
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Are there any published scripts/routines for CSB or 2C1S that doesn't involve a challenge or observation test for a spectator? Thanks!
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Bob Sheets' "Triple Transpo". It's on his "Bob Does Hospitality, Vol 2" DVD, and I believe he went over it during his Penguin Magic lecture.
No going to the pockets either - uses a coin purse.
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Yea I have A few! I had My 3 Coin Monte On my Coinjurer DVD over 20 Years Ago!
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Doc Eason on his bar magic DVDs.
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On May 17, 2015, Tom Fenton wrote:
Doc Eason on his bar magic DVDs.


If you're referring to this routine (see below), while a classic (based on Sheets' original handling) , it's loaded with the types of observation tests/challenges the OP is seeking to avoid.

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Karl Hein also has a couple more - "International Frequent Flyer" (a 3-fly type routine) covered in his "Go With The Flow" lecture notes, and "Catch-Up" - http://www.karlhein.com/product/hein-s-catch-up

I don't own the latter one, but I saw him perform it once at a lecture and don't recall there being a "challenge" element.
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If you use A 3 th. Person Patter Some what like what is used In Color Monte That's Nob-challenging! See My 3 coin Monte In my Coinjurer DVD !
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I have an effect called 3-For-All that tells a story of three kids who get into trouble.

Many non-traditional moves with many unexpected transportations and a happy ending.

Nothing challenging to an audience, but intrigues lay people and magicians alike.

The audience is involved, though, since you use coins selected by spectators.
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James Lewis's routine "Foreign Exchange" on his video Million Dollar Mysteries would be perfect. And no use of the pockets!
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Keep my money safe SANDY. By David Neighbors, performed and explained by Bill Mallone on one his DVDS. I not found anything that beats it
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Hay Thanks man! Smile And yea Sandy Is in my Coinjurer Softbound Book also!
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On May 17, 2015, inigmntoya wrote:
Karl Hein also has a couple more - "International Frequent Flyer" (a 3-fly type routine) covered in his "Go With The Flow" lecture notes, and "Catch-Up" - http://www.karlhein.com/product/hein-s-catch-up

I don't own the latter one, but I saw him perform it once at a lecture and don't recall there being a "challenge" element.

You are right, there is no challenge element in, what is a great, routine.
shakuni
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@all

Thanks for the feedback and references.
Please post if you find any other routines that meet the criteria.

Regards!
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On May 17, 2015, inigmntoya wrote:
Karl Hein also has a couple more - "International Frequent Flyer" (a 3-fly type routine) covered in his "Go With The Flow" lecture notes, and "Catch-Up" - http://www.karlhein.com/product/hein-s-catch-up

I don't own the latter one, but I saw him perform it once at a lecture and don't recall there being a "challenge" element.


There is no challenge element in Hein's Catch Up. That's a big part for why I developed it. For clarification, "International Frequent Flyer" is a part of the "Hein's Catch Up" routine. If you get the "Hein's Catch Up" DVD then by default you will have "International Frequent Flyer." "International Frequent Flyer" is 3 of the 6 phases of "Hein's Catch Up" and appeared in earlier lecture notes and lecture only DVDs that are no longer available.
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