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Topic: Capehart
Message: Posted by: Kozmo (Oct 7, 2014 04:45PM)


This is simply KILLER!
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Oct 7, 2014 08:58PM)
Yes, indeed!!!
Message: Posted by: StevenBrundageMagic (Oct 7, 2014 09:23PM)
Personally I am not a fan of the linking rings routines. The only linking ring routine that I was truely amazed at is Richard Ross. Im going to add Chris Capehart to the list! Man those are some beautiful moves and what an awesome personality.
Message: Posted by: Kozmo (Oct 7, 2014 09:43PM)
Its great fir the streets....thats why I posted it here
Message: Posted by: ROBERT BLAKE (Oct 8, 2014 02:31AM)
Kozmo thank you, and chris, to make this available. in linking rings Chris is my idol and magician can learn a lot from his handling. even if you don't do three rings. his handling and "suprise"the audience is what makes this great for aal kinds of audiences, even teenagers. I ordered one from you Kozmo and I am looking forward to it.
Message: Posted by: Kozmo (Oct 8, 2014 09:13AM)
It will ship today :)
Message: Posted by: shpf100 (Oct 8, 2014 03:27PM)
Is this different than his old linking rings dvd?
Message: Posted by: kennyka (Oct 8, 2014 10:41PM)
Capehart is THE MAN when it comes to linking rings...Amen! I AM a big fan of linking rings and have bought and read everything I can find. The one guy coming out through all of it is Chris and I figured that out both from the inside with books and videos and the outside with Youtube and the forums (not just this one). I have been waiting for his touches and thoughts for at least 5 years. Cool!
Message: Posted by: Ekuth (Oct 8, 2014 10:48PM)
That looks nice...
I use Tom Frank's routine myself, which is brilliant- bought direct from him. Fits my character to a 'T'.

Lately, I have to admit, I've been rather impressed with Messado's rings- the DVD at least. Clear teaching, great modular routine... and a classy guy.
Message: Posted by: foolsnobody (Oct 8, 2014 11:44PM)
Chris's presentation knocks me out. ("It can't be done!" Then he does it.) I love it. Of course his sleight of hand is superb, but the way it all fits together, the energy is what makes it for me. The person he is. A person you'd like to know even if he didn't do magic. And God knows he has paid his dues!
Message: Posted by: ROBERT BLAKE (Oct 9, 2014 06:30AM)
It is great that Kozmo recorded chris capehart so we can learn from him while it is still possible. same goes for jerry salazar's routine. it would be nice if there was a vido of that too.

great work Kozmo.
Message: Posted by: Dick Oslund (Oct 9, 2014 08:08AM)
I've only met Chris Capeheart once. It was at Abbott's GTG about 15 years ago. We were outside the old M&M restaurant after an evening show. It was a casual gathering. I was totally impressed by Chris!

He had done a lecture that afternoon Jay Marshall was in the front row. I came in late, and sat next to Jay, as Chris was doing the rings. He did a beautiful move. Jay BLINKED and looked at me with a "What in H**L was THAT?! look. We both agreed,later, that we had seen a "moment of magic"! I just watched the video. --Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! (Ya gotta be good, when ya eat off it!)
Message: Posted by: ROBERT BLAKE (Oct 15, 2014 06:12AM)
Today I recieved the dvd from kozmo with the the chris capehart 3 ring routine. if you like the linking rings this is it. what I like is that you see a routine done by a performer who worked on it for years. so if you want to see and feel what it looks like this it is. thank you Kozmo and chris. highly recommended.
Message: Posted by: mike bonfield (Oct 16, 2014 02:25PM)
Is the dvd the same as info as his old dvd which I have great dvd
Message: Posted by: kennyka (Oct 17, 2014 09:04PM)
I received the DVD today, but don't know if it's the same as the old. I would say no, since it's shot now with a bonus move. If you are into ring routines at all and want to get a few new perspective with a honed routine, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this.

Now, having said that, Chris is still "The Man" for this for sure and his thinking makes this definitely a must have. He goes beyond what I have learned from every book or video and improved the rings with his thoughts and tried and true handling. A lot of people dismiss rings and I personally think that's a shame. This has been around a long time and there's a reason. It still has impact. There is magic in this effect when done correctly.