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oso2you
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I have been using Lewis Ganson's linking ring routine for some time but have never liked the ending, putting all on the *** ring and then shaking them on the floor. I have just been ending with showing the chain of eight.


Anyone familiar with this routine who has devised a different ending method?
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Steinmeyer has one in his conjuring anthology.
check out the greater magic dvd on rings.

look at the ninja rings routine for ideas.

the rings are great.
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Ganson's routine, although somewhat standard, is one of my favorites because of its simplicity and it does not become repetitive. The long chain itself is an excellent ending, and you could simply gather them up (In the process unlinking them) and utilize the drop count to show they have all instantaneously seperated as before. The finale is supposed to be the most spectacular part, and I feel simultaneously unlinking eight rings has the most effect on the spectators.
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Do the Chefalo Cross and walk off.
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...Whit Haydn All the way..... Check out his comedy routine, he has a vid on his School for scoundrells site.
http://www.scoundrelsphotos.com/albums/F......ings.wmv

.....also has a DVD of the routine..
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...Whit Haydn All the way..... Check out his comedy routine, he has a vid on his School for scoundrells site.
http://www.scoundrelsphotos.com/albums/F......ings.wmv

.....also has a DVD of the routine..
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Whit Haydn's routine is the best! I never fail to get a good reaction from audiences with this!
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Anyone using the K** with the 2 gaps? I was reading about this last night.
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The late Jay Marshall used the 2 gap ring.
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On 2006-11-15 14:46, Pete Biro wrote:
The late Jay Marshall used the 2 gap ring.

I think I heard about that routine. It was called Gaps-o-plenty or something like that.
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