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KyleMacNeill
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Get Cameron Francis's Moment's Notice series.
Brilliant.
'Nuff said.

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Glass or coins thru table.
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volto
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Coins. Production, coins across, vanish.
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Bennett's Boner by Horace Bennett, uses napkins
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Nothing beats doing tricks with something from the audience.

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The book, “Lifesavers,” by Michael Webber has been discussed at length on the Café.

You might want to look it up.
"Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?"
"To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time."
"The dog did nothing in the night-time."
"That was the curious incident," remarked Sherlock Holmes.
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Wow this is an old post of mine! I have matured so much since then and I can tell my question was very badly worded. I probably should have worded it more along the lines of, " What is your personal preference when it comes to random encounters. What do you think one should learn to use at any moments notice? (besides coins Smile)"
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Go with the Rubber bands and the routines with them. They are easy to carry and work wonderfully.
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Mike Maturen
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Quote:
On 2010-08-30 21:22, Alex Rapattoni wrote:
I like the Greg Wilson routine. My favorite thing to do is to learn tricks that mean I get to carry absolutely nothing on me. Sure I know rubberbands stuff, but I do it if I find rubberbands. Also, knowing a bunch of tricks wig unprepared items means that when someone asks you to show them a trick, you can respond with "what do you have on you?" borrowed magic is always better even if it's rubber bands, paper clips, pens, quarters, bills... cups and balls.


I am learning rubber band stuff now. I intend to always keep a few rubber bands on my wrist. With all the "silly bands", cause bracelets, friendship bracelets, etc that folks are wearing these days, it won't look out of place, even in my day-to-day business attire...then, I am always ready with a few tricks to do if need be.
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I like the effect called the game. it was brought out by Joshua Jay and its pretty much a total impromptu prediction. You make a prediction on paper then people give items: watches, shoes, bills, ect. then you point to two items and they eliminate one then they point to two items and you eliminate one then the last item left is the prediction>
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Double O,

I really like George Schindler's Magic with Everyday Objects. It prepares you well for dinner table magic specifically but lot's of other opportunities. Great book. Impromptu magic has lots of possibilities before and after a meal. Also check out JAy Sankey's Bending the Real project at top of Index here at the Café. Great stuff for impromptu magic.

Pete
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On The Spot by Gregory Wilson has many great ideas for completely impromptu effects. I would suggest picking up a copy.
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I just perform the Invisible Deck Smile
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