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I have been surprised at the number of PM queries about this Quarter TUC that indicate the power of using apparently borrowed coins in an effect despite thier smaller size. Now I must get busy and create effects using this new wonder ;-)
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What is the difficulty level of this effect? It seems quite interesting, but is it complex?
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Theirs not just one routine you can do with this gaff. It's for all levels. Your only limited to your own imagination.
I highly recommend this gaff, and I usually don't use gaffs.
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On 2010-04-01 17:52, jbz wrote:
What is the difficulty level of this effect? It seems quite interesting, but is it complex?


There are multiple ways to use the 'Features" of this Gaff, in the Book labled FrontSplit, DownSplit, TopSplit,FrontFlip, etc. -- and ways to use its 'Attributes' as a Gimmick. Thus, it can be as simple or complex as you wish to make it -- the key being that the TUC can be handled and shown as a normal coin -- dropped and tossed about and shown on all sides. You can start using it five minutes out of the box -- and innovate new effects for the rest of your life!
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst

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On 2010-04-01 17:52, jbz wrote:
What is the difficulty level of this effect? It seems quite interesting, but is it complex?


There are multiple ways to use the 'Features" of this Gaff, in the Book labled FrontSplit, DownSplit, TopSplit,FrontFlip, etc. -- and ways to use its 'Attributes' as a Gimmick. Thus, it can be as simple or complex as you wish to make it -- the key being that the TUC can be handled and shown as a normal coin -- dropped and tossed about and shown on all sides. You can start using it five minutes out of the box -- and innovate new effects for the rest of your life!


Wow... sounds really interesting. I'm going to have to go pick one up!
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See this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhLUnFWv9C8

I think this is the new TUC quarter.
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On 2010-04-02 14:30, Desmond67 wrote:
See this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhLUnFWv9C8

I think this is the new TUC quarter.


All I can say is WOW! I can't wait to get this. Wonder where this person obtained the video? It's not listed on Mr. Tango's website.
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First, I saw the video in the pre sale area of Murphys magic, but it hadn't a good quality so I looked for it in youtube and it was there.
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All of these will be explained in the Book "Essential T.U.C." -- the 'Coin to Can' must use the Quarter TUC, but the other effects can be done with any of the TUC's --
Kennedy Half, Ike Dollar, C/S Half, Euro, or custom coins.

In addition to Mr. Tango's exciting effects, there will be more than 30 additional effects and routines, with detailed descriptions of more than 100 sleights and moves using the TUC. Worth waiting for -- but get your TUC now and master the basic moves.
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst

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I received my T.U.C. in Walking Liberties (WL)... TRULY INNOVATIVE!!!

(Tango has great communication and keeps you updated with his progress as I sent him 3 of my own WL's to his country (Argentina) to make my own customized T.U.C. to match my other coins-- I received it within 3 weeks... VERY FAST, relatively speaking.)

Yes-- It is like a FL***** and a SH*** Combo, but it is NOT what one may think. Let's put it this way... There is NO maintenance, like fixing rubber bands or anything of the sort. Again...

This is something BRAND NEW and No One has created ANYTHING like this before.

If you don't have this and you are guessing how it's done... I KNOW you'll be wrong.

To tell you the truth, it is much much easier to use than a FL***** and a SH*** (If that is possible). Separating the "Coin(s)" for a T.U.C. is done right in plain view of the spectators because it is such a natural-looking move.

Tango has outdone himself and has moved Coin Magic to a NEW LEVEL!

Like all these reviews are basically saying...

*** GET A T.U.C.-- You won't be sorry!! ***

Posted: Apr 3, 2010 10:06am
Wondering what Gimmicked Coin is used in this Tango Routine:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_01PgKPSn2E

Since I am still learning the uses of my newly acquired T.U.C. (Yes-- I take it to bed with me ), I'm not confident of ALL the possibilities I can do with it. Studying the performance of the link to this routine... It may seem possible using the T.U.C. to perform it, but I'm not too sure.

What is Tango using (you can PM me if that would be more appropriate)?

Posted: Apr 3, 2010 10:17am
Look what I found.

Celebration of Mr. Tango's NEW and REVOLUTIONARY Coin Gimmick for the Coin Realm.

It seems EVERYONE is Celebrating of the Birth of a New Legend!

Let us all Get Up and Dance and Praise Him:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnQEh4M1ZJE&feature=related
You know how to make God laugh?........... Tell him your plans!!!
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Salby,

The Walking Liberty TUC sounds really nice - I might have to get one of those myself. Smile

Thanks!

Jim
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Wondering what Gimmicked Coin is used in this Tango Routine:



one TUC and three matching coins

this effect is also explained in "Essential T.U.C." -- be patient
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst

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I just ordered my TUC in Ike Dollar size, should be here by the end of the week.
It took me awhile to decide between the Ike and the Kennedy Half but I do more Street Magic & Stand up than Restaurant work now adays...
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Next week TUC quarter will be arriving to USA stores thru Murphys Magic Supplies, we are finishing the first 100 units.

The price will be $ 60 and it will includes the coin, the DVD, the special card and an accesories to do the coin to can.

Bye.
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I want to get a TUC quarter, please Mr. Tango let me know where can I order it. The coin to can that you showed in youtube is incredible. I don't know exactly how you did it, but as I can see is not only with the coin. Isn't true ? I can figure out how you did the coin thru note and the signed coin to the pepper but I have not a clue about the coin to can.
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My Ike TUC arrived and have been playing with it for hours, very very nice.
I was trying to decide between the Ike and the Half alos but decided to go with the Ike because of the visibility...
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TUC quarter dollar will be in USA next week, Murphys Murphys Supplies will have 100 in stock and they are doing pre sale now.
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How can we get a TUC Quarter if we're not a dealer? I'm interested in one.
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Just got to post that I received my TUC in £2 size and I am very happy with it.
It has a different operation than I expected but I am becoming smoother with it with practice.
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For those of you that have the Ike version, do you feel that it is a good size or too big? I really like Ike coins but I'm worried about the size compared to the Half, Quarter, etc.
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