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paymerich
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Has anyone have any experience with this item ??
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Walking Bob
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Hello

I have seen several different versions of this table and I am not sure it is a good idea. I have been doing walk around magic at Applebee's for the last 6 months and that table extension would simply be in the way in the already crowded isles. I have been using a nice metal poker chip case with a custom cut close-up pad mounted on top and it works great. It takes only a few inches of table space, provides room for more props, keeps my props clean, and customers seem to like it as they comment on how nice my small stage looks.

Hope this helps!!!

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Bob is right, I does depend on the isle room you have in the restaurant. In mine is use one of those that I made and it works great...but if I were pressed for isle space...I would/will use Bob's idea.

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I took bob's advice and went to walmart and bought a small case and turned it into a mini stage case . I bought some self adhesive foam and self adhesive felt and attached those to the top. Also I added a pieace of foam to the bottom. The case holds 2 packs of cards, a matchbox,4 coin, 2 dice , hot rod , color monte packet wallet, edwin alonzo boyd ( buddha money paper) and a homemade wand. It comes with a carry strap that makes it convenient to carry.



Here is the link to the case http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.g......=3387522
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Close.Up.Dave
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The legless magician table is a hard close up mat with clamps attached to it (you can't tell that from the picture but I've seen them in person). It's your choice if you want to buy it.
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This is a cheap knock-off of Shawn Gray's Table-Hopping Table (www.carolinaclowns.com under "Friends & Links"). I've been using Shawn's table for nearly two years now and absolutely love it. Takes up less than 5" of the customer's table, is steady and stable, lightweight, includes an attached pouch/servante and juts less than 8" into the aisle...which is the room you need to perform in anyway. From the looks of this one pictured...it would be a waste of $20.00, though. Stick with the original.

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