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rsylvester
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As stated on other threads, many books can be confusing. I've found magic books to be some of he worst written and edited. Seeing how they're supposed to look really helps. Love coin magic and this is a very useful site. Nice use of the videos, keeping everything short and clean. Thanks.
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On 2011-03-03 01:21, rsylvester wrote:
As stated on other threads, many books can be confusing. I've found magic books to be some of he worst written and edited. Seeing how they're supposed to look really helps. Love coin magic and this is a very useful site. Nice use of the videos, keeping everything short and clean. Thanks.


Legend has it that many of the older ones were intentionally written that way.
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Ben, after seeing your site and remembering the David Roth routine, you now have me inspired to work on my own "flurry."
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I just posted the newest video to the blog. Stop by and check out Derek Dingle's 'Slow Motion Coin Vanish'.

http://salinasmagic.blogspot.com/

Thanks again for all the great comments!
Your Friendly Neighborhood Coin Flinger

www.SalinasMagic.com

The Modern Coin Magic blog
www.ModernCoinMagic.com
brian314
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Ben,
congrats great site!!

Nice slow vanish

brian
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Ben,

Thanks so much for setting up this site. Its a great idea and its really helping me as I struggle to polish my coin magic. Looking forward to seeing what comes next.

S
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