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John Jurney's casino chip coin set is really visual. One of the phases changes three coins into three different colored poker chips. It's a great effect.
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Because it gets the best reaction for me....double cross.
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Chink-a-Chink elements is a very visually pleasing chink-a-chink/shadow coins effect.
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I still like and use Wow a lot. With the premise of a high tech time machine.

On Apr 25, 2006, Y2John wrote:
Ok, here's a list of a couple of the effects I use which I think are visual:

STIGMATA by Wayne Houchin. Ellusionist
Sinful. Most magic retailers.
Liquid Metal. Penguin Magic
Pyro Perception.
Rubber Made (Daniel Garcia project). Penguinmagic, Magictricks.co.uk, various retailers
Ring Thing by Garrett Thomas (learnt it from Gregory Wilson in action) Magictricks.co.uk, various other.
Twisted (Daniel Garcia project). Penguin Magic, Magictricks.co.uk, various other.
Cesaral Melting Point. Hocus-Pocus, various others.
Passing Thru by Kevin Parker. kevinparkerproductions.com

There's a few for you. Most stuff by Daniel Garcia is very visual. What type of tricks are you into?

Posted: Apr 25, 2006 9:19am
Oh, Key Accessory and Ice From Water are both very good also. Ice from water is very visual, and it can be worked into a street performance. Both of these are available from hocus-pocus.com.
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Inject....when its working Smile
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As a cheapskate, I don’t spend a lot so I’d say the vanishing 747 jumbo jet. Just kidding, visually stunning I’m not sure. I’m still low budget, so I’d say the vanishing sweetener to covered empty covered cup with a tt. I saw this in 1978 in a small shop in Tallahassee and was blown away. The visually stunning part isn’t necessarily the effect itself, but the spectators faces.
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