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drwilson
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The "Gazzo on Tour" DVD is a lecture, including his cups and balls routine. I like this DVD very much. As Bill recommends, you need the Ammar and Stevens Teach-In DVDs also.

Yours,

Paul
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I've said this elsewhere, but I think it bears repeating. Much of the skill of doing a cups and balls routine consists in knowing what to leave out and when to stop.

I know a fellow who knows every move known to man, woman, child or beast. I'm sure he could do 30 minutes without repeating a move. But it would bore the tar out of any audience.

Gazzo's routine takes 20 minutes, but most of that is entertainment, not cups and balls moves.

Gazzo knows what to leave out and when to stop.
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My Chickasaw name is "Throws Money at Cups."

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