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Fingers
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Hi Bob, yes the routine isn't very hard to learn, especially using bottle caps, which makes it even so much easier. I like the fact that it can be done impromtu and like you said can be made to look very magical in performance.....
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Music goes well with this and other magic. I love going to Dan's sight and listening and watching his magic.

Jazz and Blues works for this guy. Would producing a glass bottle of coke be too much of a kicker..taking away from the simplicity of the magic?

Can or bottle hmmmm

Thanks again Dan...

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The Demo looks nice...i am enjoy this effect as I first saw Chink-a-Chink

and Caplocation have impromptu version!!!

you do a good job Dan

Best
Richard
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Looks great. Any insight on how hard this is. I know that is a hard question as people have different deifnitions of "hard" but I am a real beginner -- can handle things like Prohibition, but 3Fly and the like currently beyond my abilities.
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It is very easy. As said before, the jagged edges of the bottle caps make the handling almost automatic. It's a great "trainer" routine to get the moves down before going on to coins or other objects.
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Fingers
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I think if you can add music to your magic work you have that much more of an ability to create a real masterpiece Harris and jazz or blues works for me also.....

Exactly what I like about the routine Richard. I am talking about the impromtu version, of course and the versatility of it.

I agree with Dave, this should not be very hard for you to grasp Bande, even as a beginner. I would just like to add the format Dan Watkins uses to explain the variuos routines makes it real easy to follow and learn.....
Where I go, so do my coins.....
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WOW on the demo-Nice work Dan!!!!!!!!!!
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