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magicdave56
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Does anyone's know of any dvds on the Half dollar shell ?
inigmntoya
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The L&L "World's Greatest Magic - Expanded Shells" covers a lot of routines.
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Magicdave56:

There's also ShellRaiser from Troy Hooser. https://www.murphysmagic.com/Product.aspx?id=42210

Available at many dealers. The DVD itself is good but get yourself a good quality shell.

Doug
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Yes, those 2 dvds mentioned above are great. But if you want to to add a flipper coin to your routines. There are other great dvds that covers both shell and flipper coin. For example, Total Destruction Vol. 1-3 by Troy Hooser, Metal Vol.1-3 by Eric Jones.
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David Roth Expert Coin Magic Made Easy Vol.9 is another great one!
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Great advice here, 56... Smile

A sh**l is a wonderful thing to have for a bit of impossible coin magic. Smile

And speaking of "impossible," I'd like to suggest one of the greatest routine's using this ever devised, Roth's "Super Clean Coins Across" (aka "Sh**l Coins Across"). It's just an amazing piece of coin magic, and so is one of the only things I use the gaff for...It's just perfect, complete and just about all you need to absolutely amaze and truly entertain people. David Roth's work is always so well thought out and fun to present. Smile




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I have some shell stuff on my Coinjurering DVD ! Smile
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I think he covers that in the world greatest magic dvd
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Whilst I like DVD's I end up writing out by hand the bones of the effect, for this reason I prefer books. The Roth version of coins across is great and although I am interested in other versions this is the one I mostly use. The Coins across are on page 62 of David Roth's Expert coin magic book by Richard Kaufman
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Quote:
On Apr 7, 2018, Mb217 wrote:
*And you can't beat this... Smile
http://llepub.com/index.php?main_page=pr......s_id=666


Dang! Currently on sale for only $2.00.
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If your looking for Shell work My 1 st. hard bound Has a lot in it! As do just about any of my Softbound Notes! Smile It is one of the gaffs I like most! Smile
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I have just bought Shell Raiser by Troy Hooser, what a shame he does not say the free [ included is OK for practice only, and to say it's worth $25 is a joke. Buy a decent quality [ and throw the bit of tin included in the trash. I note he does not use the free [ as he performs. I think this DVD is OK but seems dated to me and possibly taken from a VHS/BETAMAX tape.
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