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Topic: chinese linking rings
Message: Posted by: gtxby33 (Oct 13, 2002 08:52PM)
I have these and can prove it... I've read the directions many times but don't understand it.... send me an email at
regarding any of this
Message: Posted by: Geoff Weber (Oct 13, 2002 09:11PM)
what specifically don't you understand?
Message: Posted by: gtxby33 (Oct 13, 2002 09:45PM)
On 2002-10-13 22:11, Geoff Weber wrote:
what specifically don't you understand?

umm... literally the whole thing.... it says you can hand them out for inspection.... and im like... "uhh...ok" and.... I think you should email me because I think ill reveal alot of stuff...
Message: Posted by: Philemon Vanderbeck (Oct 14, 2002 12:08PM)
Hmmm... it might help if you let us know which set you bought and from where.

I know that the 'instructions' that comes with many sets is severely lacking.

The Rings is one of those classics, where it is assumed that you either already have a routine, or will be getting one soon.

That being said, there are many good books and videos that will teach you the fundamentals of a good ring routine.
Message: Posted by: actorscotty (Oct 23, 2002 05:44AM)
ok here is a simple routine,email me for details if you wish
count the rings seperately
hand one out for inspection
take it back and link it to the next ring
hand out the linked pair
hand out 2 single rings for examination
take them back one at a time and link them
hand out the chain of three
hand out another single ring
have the person with the linked pair to come forward, do a slow motion link of the two you have left
seperate the two and ask him to try to do the same
take back all rings and form a chain of 8, gather them together linking all rings onto one
take a bow
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Oct 24, 2002 01:13PM)
get Brad Burts teaching video on linking rings very well done for beginners . also Witt Hydan has a linking ring routine with just four rings
hopes this helps
Message: Posted by: antonuccio (Oct 29, 2002 06:27AM)
I found useful to learn linking rings' moves and routines in the Richard Ross book. It contains an effective and easy 3-rings routine which is a true lesson in magic artistry. Hope it helps.