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Topic: Spellbound moves
Message: Posted by: magicfish (Feb 7, 2021 01:34PM)
Hey guys. I want to put together my own spellbound sequence. I do the classic spellbound change, Pat Page's Spellbound Switchcraft, Kaufman's Visual Drop Switch and Ouellet's Infidel Change.
What are some of your favourite Spellbound moves?
Message: Posted by: Michael Rubinstein (Feb 7, 2021 01:49PM)
From Rubinstein Coin Magic. Spellbound techniques start at 2:12, ends at 4:05.
https://youtu.be/XUrRNF7BsTM
Message: Posted by: Lawrens Godon (Feb 7, 2021 02:20PM)
You may enjoy Spellboundary from Moneypulation :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PmaYnmienM&ab_channel=LawrensGodon
Message: Posted by: Mb217 (Feb 7, 2021 02:49PM)
Some nice takes here... :D

Hey, you might like my little version of Spellbound, called "SPE'L" ("My SPEciaL coin"). It is a stealth take on the effect, with some clever moves to it all. And it even includes another piece of trickery with it. ;)

You'll see what I mean, [I]errrrr,[/I] actually, no you won't. 😉 Anyway, take a look for yourself...

[YOUTUBE]ibLDOJAQ3rI[/YOUTUBE]
Message: Posted by: magicfish (Feb 7, 2021 07:27PM)
[quote]On Feb 7, 2021, Mb217 wrote:
Some nice takes here... :D

Hey, you might like my little version of Spellbound, called "SPE'L" ("My SPEciaL coin"). It is a stealth take on the effect, with some clever moves to it all. And it even includes another piece of trickery with it. ;)

You'll see what I mean, [I]errrrr,[/I] actually, no you won't. 😉 Anyway, take a look for yourself...

[YOUTUBE]ibLDOJAQ3rI[/YOUTUBE] [/quote]

Love this Double Trouble!
Message: Posted by: magicfish (Feb 7, 2021 07:36PM)
[quote]On Feb 7, 2021, Michael Rubinstein wrote:
From Rubinstein Coin Magic. Spellbound techniques start at 2:12, ends at 4:05.
https://youtu.be/XUrRNF7BsTM [/quote]
Some great moves there.
Message: Posted by: Bill Citino (Feb 8, 2021 01:52PM)
I've always been a fan of Sol Stone's Tumble Change/Switch from Kaufman's Coin Magic book. It's such a soft looking change. I'm also a fan of Dr. Rubinstein's Spellbound work as well between what's in his big book, the New York Coin Magic Seminar DVD series and his Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights DVD set. There's all great stuff in there. If you're willing to use more than just 'regular' coins and have access to the Trapdoor Magazine, you should look up Howard Cohen's "Tap Change". It's super visual.
Message: Posted by: feher (Feb 8, 2021 08:12PM)
This is a very old video. But I thought I would share.
I know it's very fast but there are a few good changes.
https://youtu.be/XHsf2-5gbGU
Hopefully I will start making new videos soon. I have to get the rust knocked off first. It's been ten years since I have done anything.
Tim
Message: Posted by: J-Mac (Feb 8, 2021 08:48PM)
And I've been waiting faithfully Tim. :ohyes:

Jim
Message: Posted by: Rspangl (Feb 8, 2021 11:55PM)
Thanks, all. I am actually working on a piece that uses Spellbound in it. While I have been familiar with Spellbound for many years, and feel that I 'know' how to do it, it's nice to see some supporting video to double-check my technique. And there are some nice extra touches/moves to consider. I appreciate it.