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Topic: Extreme Burn - Plastic Bills
Message: Posted by: simchamagic (Jun 14, 2008 03:41PM)
Hi,

Does Extreme Burn work with plastic bills (such as Australian currency)?

Thanks
Message: Posted by: jprace (Jun 14, 2008 04:04PM)
No.
Message: Posted by: simchamagic (Jun 14, 2008 04:13PM)
Thanks for the reply,

Could you please specific why not (to save me the hard way of trying it) - the RC won't stick? The bills won't be able to be shown properly? What's the reason it won't work?

And if it's so, and having the EB DVD, what could I do with it if the currency used here is from plastic?

Thanks

Posted: Jun 14, 2008 6:26pm
Another question - from a brief view of the DVD I couldn't understand if the bills could be switched to both options. Ex - from 1 to 100 and after (with the same gimmick) from 100 to 1?
Message: Posted by: afknight (Jun 14, 2008 06:27PM)
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On 2008-06-14 18:26, simchamagic wrote:
Another question - from a brief view of the DVD I couldn't understand if the bills could be switched to both options. Ex - from 1 to 100 and after (with the same gimmick) from 100 to 1?
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yes the switch is reversible
Message: Posted by: simchamagic (Jun 14, 2008 10:46PM)
Thanks,

Also - Why can't it be done with plastic bills? (to save me the hard way of trying it) - the RC won't stick? The bills won't be able to be shown properly? What's the reason it won't work?

And if it's so, and having the EB DVD, what could I do with it if the currency used here is from plastic?
Message: Posted by: jprace (Jun 14, 2008 10:59PM)
Using plastic bills, I would assume the bills wouldn't 'flip' like they are supposed to. Use blank paper to coupns or something similar.
Message: Posted by: CasualSoul (Jun 17, 2008 12:30AM)
I don't agree, I think Australian money would work fine. It's been a while since I handled any Aussie money, but I think the way to know for certain is to fold a note in half, crease it, and if it will hold the fold then you could do Extreme Burn with it. If memory serves though, Aussie notes come in different sizes. To do Extreme Burn, the starting and ending notes have to have identical physical dimensions.
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Jun 21, 2008 08:00AM)
I got some questions:
1. What are the disadvantages using Extreme Burn?
2. Will it fold flat in a wallet?
3. Can it always be ready to perform when taken out immediately?
4. How many bills can be passed out to examine with Extreme Burn?
Message: Posted by: Bobby Forbes (Jun 21, 2008 12:39PM)
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On 2008-06-21 09:00, Dynamike wrote:
I got some questions:
1. What are the disadvantages using Extreme Burn?
2. Will it fold flat in a wallet?
3. Can it always be ready to perform when taken out immediately?
4. How many bills can be passed out to examine with Extreme Burn?
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1. cant think of any
2. yes
3. yes
4. all but one
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Jun 21, 2008 02:22PM)
Ok, it passed. I'll order it. Thanks.
Message: Posted by: simchamagic (Jun 21, 2008 03:20PM)
Dynamike,

One of the things I really liked about the effect is the quickness that you could start performing it. After doing what needs to be done and practicing - you are ready with a effect for life (with 600$ less).
Message: Posted by: Bobby Forbes (Jun 21, 2008 03:36PM)
Slow Burn is taught on this dvd as a bonus effect. Just thought I'd add that in there as well.
Message: Posted by: Douglas Lippert (Jun 21, 2008 09:41PM)
If anyone reading this is on the fence about getting Extreme Burn.

Don't be! Fantastic DVD like his Fiber Optics one.
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Jun 22, 2008 06:33AM)
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On 2008-06-21 16:36, Bobby Forbes wrote:
Slow Burn is taught on this dvd as a bonus effect. Just thought I'd add that in there as well.
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I already have Slo Burn. The disadvantage is it is not angle proof.
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On 2008-06-21 22:41, DVLKCC wrote:
If anyone reading this is on the fence about getting Extreme Burn.

Don't be! Fantastic DVD like his Fiber Optics one.
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Yea, Fiber Optics is the best rope DVD I ever seen. If Extreme is on that level it must be the DVD with the cash change.