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I've had this in my box for over 20 years... 3 metal "cards" with holes in them, a red spot on one of the cards? It seems tailor made for working outside, on the street. I have the booklet that came with it.. so I'm going work on it...
It would be interesting to know if this is a well known routine, or if anyone has ever used it? Over the past few years, I've seen him at the conventions a few times, but have never seen him selling this routine.

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I've seen it and played with it a little. It's a bit fiddly to use.
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Nicholas - thanks for the reply. What bit do consider to be fiddly to use?

Tks!

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Mostly the weight and shape.

For outside use, I recommend the disks.
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On 2010-10-03 20:37, Nicholas J. Johnson wrote:
Mostly the weight and shape.

For outside use, I recommend the disks.


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I think the disks are too well associated with the Eastern European scammers. And the Kovari cards have the hole punched in one end - providing a very convincing fooler at the end of the routine. I've been working on it with good results.

Talking of these discs - who sells them? Or are they modified car parts or similar?

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I agree with Nicholas--fiddly is a good description. I've had them for years, but the texture makes them noisy and the metal makes them a little too heavy for a good "float." I have used them outside on the ground a few times and at least they don't get dirty and there are no problems with wind.
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