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MagicKim
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Hello everyone.

I have been asked to do a 3 hour strolling gig for a pretty big corporation up here in Scandinavia. This is for families mostly, so lots of kids etc. Was just wondering if you have any great presentations for the billswitch that suits this? I.e carrying around 400 lemons is nothing I want to do. I guess you get the point. Would very much appreciate all the help I can get.

Kim


ps. I would also enjoy getting replies by PMs (or both), easier to know if I have gotten a reply. (I am not allowed to use the computer very long at work, better to buz in and out quickly Smile)
MagicKim
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Only thing I have come up with so far is something like.. asking to borrow a bill because I want to try to make it more worth but it backfires. Then try to change it back to their original bill. I am pretty new to this kind of thinking but to me it feels like there is an anticlimax when changing it back.

Other presentation would be, "hey let me show you a good way to make money if you are a magician". I do the same thing but with my own money after they examine it (if they want to) and then it backfires. Then I say, but honestly, this happens most of the time so that is why I don't try this a lot nowadays. Or something like that, any opinions?

Personally I like idea nr 2 a lot more.

Kim
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If you're doing walkaround, I assume you'll want something that resets?

Get your hands on Lovick's Switch book. It's massive, and there are a few dozen routines in there.
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On 2008-04-24 13:25, erlandish wrote:
If you're doing walkaround, I assume you'll want something that resets?

Get your hands on Lovick's Switch book. It's massive, and there are a few dozen routines in there.


Best advise you can get. This book is information overload! Take your time & read it.
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I think Jay Sankey's dvd '$100 dollar miracles' (or is it $100 billswitch?) is very good even though I forget the exact title. It is full of very good ideas - including a couple specifically for children and the rest for adults.

On this dvd you get to do far more than change someone's bill into a different value (& I agree it is a poor anti climax to change it back again to lower value). The whole dvd shows you totally different effects, though of course the tuition is applicable to changing bills into other denominations.

By the way, Sankey is a superb teacher.
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The dvd is called 100 doller miracles and it has everythng you could ask for in a bill switch with so many ideas I mean you could walk around and do bill switches and each one being a differant effect in the lay audiences eyes drawings move/holes on piece of paper move there is countless stuff on it if your loking for something then you will probably get it on this dvd highly recomend it
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