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On Mar 31, 2014, Mr. Tango wrote:
Hello everybody, I will be lecturing in Tannen Magic New York City, April 29, 19 hs. See you there !


A 19 hour lecture? That's a LONG lecture - might have to head over to see that one.
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I couldn't set though 19 hours of anything.
I think he meant something else.
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Most likely
1900hrs = 19:00 = 7PM
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Sorry, thought that the 19 hours was an obvious joke. In case anyone is interested, it's confirmed that it is 7pm (1900 hours) at Tannen's Shop in New York on Tuesday, April 29th.

http://www.tannens.com/shop//cart.php?m=......&p=10352
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Ha ha ha, sorry I wanted to say that lecture will start 7 PM.
The lecture is not only coins, actually TUC is just one third of the lecture, besides I will teach my Unmorized deck, my ACAAN and my Shared Dreams. See you there !
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What Marcello doesn't share -- and should emphasis, is SIMPLICITY! His entire objective for all of his effects is to simplify the ability to produce astonishing results.

Even if you never plan on owning a TUC you should go to the Lecture.
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I would hate to think that I never
got to own a Tuc.That would be sad.
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I met many of your in the 4 F convention this week. Tomorrow I will perform at Mawny convention in Bufalo and Monday I take a flight to NYC, Tuesday I will lecturing at Tannen magic store
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I love my TUC soft Morgan set, thank you Mr. Tango.;-)
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Great time I had in 4 FFFF, Mawny Convention and Tannen Magic in buy lecture, thank you to everybody that I met there
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I'm a bit late to the party, so I'll just ask my stupid question and shut up.
Various shops sell the T.U.C. quarter (with DVD) and the T.U.C. quarter/penny (also with DVD). Is there a difference, or are they the same thing with different names, or am I imagining the whole thing?

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TUC quarter is the traditional TUC in quarter version, the TUC quarter/penny is a TUC copper and silver in the smaller version
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Thank you!

I'm going in my corner and shutting up now.

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What happend with the tread, put here your TUC routines friends, I have a incredible one with two quarters called "Crazy Years" I will introduce it in the market in one month
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Been loving my TUC quarter for the past few weeks. (Quarter rather than half dollar because, even though they're harder to classic palm, they're more common.) But I wouldn't consider myself skilled enough (yet) with it to come up with any new routines other than "Did I put that in the parking meter AGAIN?"

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Hello Everybody,

I have a new routine using two specials quarter TUCs, I will call it Crazy Years, the effect is that years of the coins exchanged between they once the coins was signed and they are in the espectator hands !
Crazy Years is coming soon !
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When Mr. Tango mentioned new effects using the quarter TUC a couple of weeks ago I waited to see what others might offer. I am surprised that no one has come forth with anything new nor has offered comments about many of those already available.

My hope in publishing “TUC Appreciation” was to fuel the creativity of others. Maybe this has happened by folks choose to remain silent and protect their innovations. The general interest in the TUC seems to remain high. I will try again.

The Quarter TUC has the advantage of being easily “switched in” for a borrowed quarter. If you carry a collection of quarters in a snap purse the TUC can be readily identified when they are poured out. Most importantly (for me) is that the TUC can be tossed about freely to enhance the “normality” of the coins in an effect. Consider these possibilities:

Both hands can be displayed completely empty while concealing the TUC.

Both hands can seem to each hold a coin when there is but one – and a coin vanishes from the selected hand.

A Goshman Pitch or Schneider Drop Vanish can be enhanced by using the TUC to condition the perceptions of the audience – allowing vanishes in which the Passing hand is shown empty prior to the Reveal.

I can’t go into detail here but will happily discus with anyone – the price being that you post your own Quarter TUC effect. You don’t have to reveal method – just provide an outline of what you do.
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It's still high on my list as one
of the most practical coin galf's
there is.So much you can do with it.
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Hello friends
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On Jul 29, 2014, funsway wrote:
When Mr. Tango mentioned new effects using the quarter TUC a couple of weeks ago I waited to see what others might offer. I am surprised that no one has come forth with anything new nor has offered comments about many of those already available.

My hope in publishing “TUC Appreciation” was to fuel the creativity of others. Maybe this has happened by folks choose to remain silent and protect their innovations. The general interest in the TUC seems to remain high. I will try again.



I would venture a guess that there is just SOOOOO much that can be done with a TUC on the DVD alone (not to mention your work on it) that people are overwhelmed with what is already out there and don't feel a need to add more. Just learning the different matrix effects from the DVD has kept me busy for quite some time.
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