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Topic: List the effects done with a chop cup, not including "guess where"
Message: Posted by: KirkG (Nov 22, 2003 11:32AM)
A comment was made on another thread about the fact that there wasn't much variation in the chop cup verses the cups and balls. While I agree with this statement, it got me to thinking of all the things I could do. So here's my list as a starting point.

IN THE HANDS:
[list]
[*]A ball is produced
[*]A ball vanishes (various wand spins, etc.)
[*]A ball reproduced
[*]A ball changes color
[*]Moves from hand to hand
[*]Produced from tip of wand
[*]Ball out of the mouth, nose, ear.
[/list]
IN/ON the CUP:
[list]
[*]Empty cup, ball appears inside
[*]Ball appears on top
[*]Ball in the cup, ball vanishes
[*]Ball goes from hand to cup(Transposition)
[*]Ball vanishes from hand and appears in empty cup
[*]Ball goes from pocket to cup
[*]Ball goes from silk to cup

[*]Ball penetrates cup from outside
[*]Ball penetrates cup from inside
[*]Ball rises through top of cup
[*]Ball changes color under cup
[*]Wand goes through cup
[*]Wand measures cup differently inside and out.

[*]Produce a shot glass from under the cup
[*]Produce a shot glass from a silk
[*]Ball penetrates shot glass and or silk ala Don Alan
[/list]

Well, that's all for now.

Kirk
Message: Posted by: Leeman (Nov 22, 2003 09:52PM)
That is a pretty comprehensive list, Kirk.
Message: Posted by: KirkG (Nov 24, 2003 06:22PM)
I have more; I just ran out of time. Perhaps a few others will share. I have omitted a big item. ;-)

Kirk
Message: Posted by: Leeman (Nov 24, 2003 06:38PM)
The whole final load thing. But that is an entire topic in itself.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Nov 24, 2003 07:43PM)
Ball with shot glass and silk IS NOT DON ALAN'S ... it is Ron Wilson's (and used also by Larry Jennings).

Cup becomes SOLID.

Cup penetrates table top.

Cup changes color.

Cups shrinks. :bubbly:
Message: Posted by: KirkG (Nov 24, 2003 07:49PM)
Thanks for the correction, Pete.

Kirk
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Nov 30, 2003 12:47PM)
We're keeping the good ones to ourselves. :carrot:
Message: Posted by: Mr. Muggle (Dec 22, 2003 01:27AM)
The cup is produced
The cup moves by itself
The cup vanishes

MM
Message: Posted by: gregg webb (Jul 23, 2020 03:02PM)
See Ron Wilson's routine in the Uncanny Scott book. He manages to get the most, maybe besides Paul Gertner, out of the prop. Also see David Roth's routine with the Chop Cup...he promoted some very unusual work at the time that his came out. Gregg