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Profile of Devilix
Hi all,

right now, I am doing the 4 cards Matrix of MR Malone and it always please the crowd. Is there a good video out there where I could learn other very good matrix? I would like to begin my act with a 4 cards Matrix. After, I would do a 2 cards....1 cards...and finally a chink a chink (dont think Its write like this),


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Extreme Dean vol 1&2 are full of awesome coin matrix including the one you mentioned.

Probably the best dvd out there which teaches this routine.
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Also the Shoot Ogawa lecture has 4 different matrixes. He is incredible
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If I'm not mistaken, Jim Pace's Visu-Antics DVD has a pretty nice (jumbo coin I think?) matrix. You could check that out.
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Why don't go to the creator of Matrix. Check out Al Schneider's DVD Vol 2. He teaches his original handling and his updated handling. I just got them last week and I love them. Keep in mind that all this while I have been doing matrix-es(?) by Dean Dill.
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Hmm..i have never watched Al Schneider stuff tho, jus some sleights on coins invented by him but taught by others. I have to say he is good.

Anyway, I think Extreme Dean is a good source for matrix and Shoot Ogawa's Shoot in Hollywood also has a couple of nice matrix effects

Check those out. I will be checking Al Schneider stuff soon. Thanks for the recommendations

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Please check the works of Dean Dill, Reed McClintock, Shoot Ogawa and JOhn Born.

For now, my favorite one that I use always is Curtis Kam's Inverted Matrix, could be found in POS3 dvd.
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My favorite, ETMMM #1 “Snappy” by Aldo Colombini. I love this one so much I combined it with another Aldo routine, just when they thought it was over… gotcha!

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On my 1986 lecture DVD I have a quadra coin reverse matrix that is extremely visual, and the patter brings the audience into play. The DVD is available through me. I will have another version with 4 of the same coins coming out on the COINvention DVD from Danny Archer. This should be out in the next month.
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Cultural Exchange vol 1 and 2 both have some cool matrix routines.
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Matrix is a favorite of mine. There are a lot of great ones out there. Dean Dill's DVD's are great. He teaches with & without gaffs. Scott Giunn has a good one in one of his books that utilizes a "card pinch" pickup move from Aldo Colunbini.Dan Harlan uses the traditional Schnieder routine & adds a story to it to make more of a performance piece, not just a trick where coins gather under a card. The list can go on& on. Just pick one you like doing & learn to do it well.
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Profile of Kaylan
Another vote for Shoot Ogawa's lecture video, and Dean Dill's Extreme Dean (2) - there is plenty of material in these 3 videos.
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My favourite is the Matrix Reloaded by Keanu Reeves
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