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Topic: Bare Hands Bills Production
Message: Posted by: John Long (Apr 16, 2013 09:18PM)
I have the dvd (used), but didn't buy the gimmicks; can someone help me know where to buy them (even the lenght and inside diameter would be of help.

thanks;
Johns
Message: Posted by: Russell Davidson (Apr 18, 2013 06:38AM)
The DVD came with everything supplied. If yours didn't then I'd return it.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Apr 18, 2013 09:01PM)
I bought it used, and was only sent the dvd, and there are no returns

If you have it, could you give me the dimension of the two TT's?
Message: Posted by: Maxy (Apr 27, 2013 12:25PM)
Vernet standard size can be used for the 3 bills production.
You can try King size for the 6 bills production because it can take bigger load.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Apr 30, 2013 09:46PM)
Thanks Maxy. That is about what I eventually heard by emailing the manufacturer - but I thought the DVD stated that you should use something larger. I will just need to experiment. I like the effect, and think it should be fun to do.
Message: Posted by: Steven Conner (May 17, 2013 07:48AM)
Petrick & Mia had a beautiful gimmick which was not a tt.
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (May 18, 2013 09:29PM)
Fukai has a nice method that revolved around the method of folding the bills. You just touch your thumbs and index fingers together, at a single point and then separate the hands - the bill just appears between the hands, unfolded.
Message: Posted by: TheMag1cian (May 20, 2013 02:58PM)
I do Pablos Bare Handed Bill Production all the time. I use my King Size TT from penguinmagic and it does the trick perfectly!
Message: Posted by: Ihop (May 23, 2013 11:02AM)
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On 2013-05-20 15:58, TheMag1cian wrote:
I do Pablos Bare Handed Bill Production all the time. I use my King Size TT from penguinmagic and it does the trick perfectly!
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Have you been successful doing a 6 bill production?
I can't seem to get past a 3 bill production.
Message: Posted by: vampiro (May 23, 2013 11:16AM)
Was fukai doing the Osaka bills? This is based on bill folding, not a TT, so you can produce as many as you want.
You just load extras from a holdout while doing a production. It is hard to get, though, and requires a bit of setup and practice.
Message: Posted by: TheMag1cian (May 25, 2013 08:17AM)
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On 2013-05-23 12:02, Ihop wrote:
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On 2013-05-20 15:58, TheMag1cian wrote:
I do Pablos Bare Handed Bill Production all the time. I use my King Size TT from penguinmagic and it does the trick perfectly!
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Have you been successful doing a 6 bill production?
I can't seem to get past a 3 bill production.
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Its gets markedly more complex after the 3rd bill but yes I accomplish all 6. Took many times in front of the mirror frustrated but now second nature. IMHO this blows any bill production out of the water.
Message: Posted by: Ihop (May 28, 2013 08:59AM)
I agree. This is an impressive bill production.
I'm having a hard time getting past 3 bills. $1 to $5 to $10.
It would be perfect if I could include $20, $50 & $100.
The TT is the one provided with the DVD. It's pretty big but loading 6 bills makes it so tight that the bills don't come out smoothly.
I use lotion on my fingers but that is not the problem. Sometimes 2 bills come out instead of one because it's so tight.

Any suggestions?
Message: Posted by: Romano911 (May 29, 2013 09:24PM)
Hi Ihor, perhaps you can try stretching out the TT after soaking it in hot water. I once had a TT that was too tight/small for my purposes and this method worked for me. If you go this route, my advice is to work on stretching it out gradually, as my understanding is that once stretched using this method, a TT cannot be shrunk/contracted. Good luck.
Message: Posted by: asgar (Jun 12, 2013 03:43AM)
Check out Cyrill doing his fountain of wealth routine in fountain of wealth for his tv series simply magic .He probably used osaka bills method.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uW6LZBkwKEc
Message: Posted by: dduane (Jul 23, 2013 07:50PM)
I use JP's bill production, and for the last bill I have a piece of paper with "100" written on it. I make a joke of it and do the Juan Hundred switch to "fix" it. Of course the last bill has to be folded differently for this, but it is a great surprise ending.

Dennis