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Chris Boyd
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On 2003-04-17 09:48, niva wrote:
So, can't you do it just the same and call it Hundy 300? Smile

Ivan


I would think that Hundy 400 is the cheapest you dare go. Since it is the exact same gimmick as Slow Burn, those of you who own it can think about this...How scary would it be performing Slow Burn changing 3 $1's into $3 of something else?

Compare the thickness of three normal $1's to Slow Burn while removing one before and one after bill (three to three). Now compare the thickness of five normal $1's after adding four bills to Slow Burn (five to five).

It just seems to me that three is too few, bulk wise. That package hiding in your palm is waiting to be pointed out. Also, when you spread the bills, the more bills you have, THE MORE THEY HAVE TO LOOK AT! They know you have a gimmick somewhere; if you've got five bills, they have to look at 20% more bills, giving you even more distraction to ditch cleanly.

If your only worry about using only three vills is carrying so many $100 bills in your pocket, change the denomination to $29, or less.

Oh, and BroDavid...I am definitely going to use your technique for handing the bills back out, that is sweet.
Chris Boyd
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Skinny Man
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On 2003-04-14 08:41, kull_spider wrote:
I can't seem to find rubber cement here.
You might want to try Copydex, which is basically the same thing outside of the USA.
Ryan
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You know what sucks about Canada. Our lowest denomination for paper money is $5 (Unless you want to break into those old $1 & $2s people hold for keepsakes). So if I want to do a money doubler, the cheepest I can go for this is to turn $5's into $10's, translating into a $75 trick. I think to keep the cost down, I may do $5Can to $5US. Does anyone know if Canadian and US dollars are the same size?
Paradise
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I just got this today and have made up the gimmick in two different colours of paper to practice with, before I decide what combintion to change.

IUn the UK our bills are not the same size, so I am thinking of blank paper to £5 notes.

I must say it is good to finally buy an effect that lives up to the demo video, this is certanly an effect you can carry around and do impromptu.
Ryan
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For anyone who is interested, Canadian and American bills are not the same size. The American is wider and shorter the the Canadian counterpart.
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Quick question. Is rubber cement the only item needed to create the gimmick? I'm off to go purchase Slow Burn right now!
Chris Boyd
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On 2003-07-25 12:22, totalpackage56 wrote:
Quick question. Is rubber cement the only item needed to create the gimmick? I'm off to go purchase Slow Burn right now!


That is all you will need! Maybe a pair of scissors, should you need to trim some bills or coupons or whatever. The bills all need to be of the same size.
Chris Boyd
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