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Daniel Clemente
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EB2.0 has parts on the DVD showing different bills from different countries...Richard Sanders website has an email address directly to him
Which he answers quite quickly...you could ask him about euros directly...I'm not sure what they look like...
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Hi trooper11040

Many thanks for your answer, it was most kind of you indeed!

Yes, I sent one e-mail to Richard Sanders about this subject.

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Unfortunately, Richard Sanders has not yet responded to my e-mail. I thought it a helpful quick service!

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On 2011-09-25 18:25, Falconer wrote:
I should be most grateful if anyone in this forum can help me with this question: what is the best method for the euro bills: Heiney 500, Extreme Burn, Hundy 500, Slow Burn or Patrick Page's since the euro banknotes are all in different sizes?

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None of the above really work with currency for currenry transformation because of the size difference. However paper to money works with all of those. Only version that has gotten really around the size problem was by peter Studebaker on his old DVD where he changed packet of lotto coupons to stack of bills. The routine and gaffing however was much closer to Kaps version than newer "X" sorts.

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Falconer wrote:

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I should be most grateful if anyone in this forum can help me with this question: what is the best method for the euro bills: Heiney 500, Extreme Burn, Hundy 500, Slow Burn or Patrick Page's since the euro banknotes are all in different sizes?


I just posted my routine for Extreme Burn in the Latest and Greates Forum in a thread titled "Extreme Burn 2.0 by Richard Sanders".

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......orum=218

Several people have commented that my routine solves this problem of countries with different size bills.

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Dears korttihai_82

and MeetMagicMike

Many thanks for your help, it was most kind of you, I`m sorry my delay.

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I absolutely love all derivatives of Patrick Page's Easy Money including but not limited to Hundy 500, 3-D Cash, Slow Burn, Heiny 500, Extreme Burn, etc. The variations on Richard Sanders' Extreme Burn 2.0 is unrivaled by far in terms of the most incredibly visual changes and hand-out options possible. Hand-out 500 uses an altered method so I did not list it under the aforementioned category.

With all things considered; however, I think my favorite rendition is still Gregory Wilson's Hundy 500 with some modified bill counts by Karl Hein. It may not be as visual as the others but, to me, it is still the most motivated and commercial version in terms of presentation and routining versus just a quick visual illusion.

The phase where he is illustrating the alleged "recoil" move to spectators in an attempt to teach the audience how short-change artists cheat people really sets them up and leads them down the garden path before turning the sprinklers on them when the morphing change occurs.
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On 2009-05-26 11:36, magicmatt wrote:
I haven't had a chance to get my hands on Extreme or Slow Burn yet but I must say Heiny 500 is extremely clean and visual effect.


I agree. At first I did not care for Heiny 500 but after lots of practice I was able to get the handling down pat. I thought it always looked to bulky. I just wish you could hand the bills out like in Extreme Burn 2.0. I may end up purchasing it.
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I never leave my house without Extreme burn 2.0, and every time I do it people ask me for a business card. I spent my Hundy 500, slow burn doesn't impress me, and Heiny 500 sounds like a porno movie to me.
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How has Hand Out 500 not been mentioned here...
Absolutely fantastic and clean change IMHO.
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I love extreme burn myself it is a wonderful effect. I used to do Heiny 500 but now I use Extrme burn 2.0.
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Greg Wilson is my favorite magician, I have his Hundy 5 but I have to say that I like Richard Sanders version the best because its just so dam magical how the ones change to 100s with a natural flip of the wrist, though now I'm interested in the Heiny 500 after reading some reviews...
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I have Heiny and Hundy and have seen Richards and I have to stick with Hundy. I mean Heiny is a variation but not enough for me to re-contruct the gimmick. here is a demo of me doing it today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXpxc--2sdI
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Which version is the best (or even possible) using the plastic currency that is replacing standard paper bills?
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