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warren
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Another one for Jay Sankey's Holey Moley,this is my favourite effect at the moment, very simple but very strong.
markmagic
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Sponge Balls or Bunnies Get the best reaction!
gandalf
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Color Monte is a very good trick! The final card revelation is a real shocker
Mediocre the Great
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One of my favorite strolling tricks: Double Back by Jon Allen. Audience participation, stunning transposition in specs hands. Instant reset.
Mediocrity is greatly under rated!
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rannie
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Sol Stone has a wonderful effect in Quick and Casual Close-Up. I think it is called the worlds greatest chaperone.

Peace,
Rannie
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
aka The Boss
aka The Manila Enforcer

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TommyTheTremendous
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I am with Shaun on this one. Some half-dollars and a deck of cards can last for hours. I also keep quadriflex and the 2 and 3 card monte in my wallet at all times since they don't take up hardly any room and fit nicely.
- Tommy Magic
LordM
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Pyro perception is a good one too. People always drop their jaws..
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zur
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Sponge balls is always good with the kids.
funstuff
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Rubberband magic is great
welsha
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Could sum1 help me please?! is there such affect as telling people there star sign? if so do you know where I could get the information? ive heard its called stargazer is that correct?
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Super Sharpie is a great one. Go up to anyone ask a number 1-100, they think of it, before you ask them for a number you predict what the number will be, and your always right. Can be done over and over again, if performed properly.
wulfiesmith
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Reviving an old thread ...
all take little pocket space, and are repeatable with no set up, and with different outcome ...
"Badlands Bob" dice mystery
"LED monte" no cards, using battery and small LEG finger-held lights
"Fast and Loose", ingenious gambling routine, much fun with this one
philraso
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I used to carry around some jokers to perform a B'Wave blue/red effect. Thought it was a good use of leftover jokers. Even made a small card box to hold them.
Charles Gaff
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Stand up monte and twisted sister get great reactions.
Zebra3
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Sponge balls works for adults too. I have had grown men trip out on them and my wait staff constantly asks me to perform it for them and get blown away every time.
furmanmatt
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Here's a few performed in real time for real spectators

https://youtu.be/EB0rKGexxQ4
yachanin
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Hi Matthew,

I really enjoyed watching your street performances... great job! I especially loved the reactions of your volunteers when you divined their mother's maiden name. Anyone interested in performing street magic could learn A LOT from watching you. Thanks for posting the link.

Regards, Steve
drolleric
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Teach the guy how to make a napkin rose and spray it with perfume so he can offer it to his lady

Fire wallet "found on the floor" : "is this yours? "
and then do and extreme burn from burnt bills to brand new 100$
Mb217
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Quote:
On Sep 2, 2017, yachanin wrote:
Hi Matthew,

I really enjoyed watching your street performances... great job! I especially loved the reactions of your volunteers when you divined their mother's maiden name. Anyone interested in performing street magic could learn A LOT from watching you. Thanks for posting the link.

Regards, Steve


Agreed, great work! Smile


As for me, a few coins and a deck of cards most days is more than enough. But always like doing Sankey's "Holey Moly" and "Leaving Home" to break up things a bit. Smile
*Check out my latest: Double Trouble, FlySki, Crimp Change - REDUX!, and other fine magic at www.VinnyMarini.com Smile

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MitchC
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GREAT stuff ! Is the 'maiden name' thing for sale ?
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