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Chris Piercy
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On 2011-05-08 06:22, cmpmagic wrote:
Dan Harlan has got a bill to pen on his Premium Blend DVD set which is also featured on the Minotaur - The Final issue, I think it might be called Bill-Ink but I might be wrong.


Bil-Ink is Dave Forrest's trick it's on his Trickery DVD, and available as a download as well now. Just wanted to correct myself!
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Also, even though I don't use it, Ben Williams Bill to Sharpie
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On 2011-05-08 06:22, Chris Piercy wrote:
Dan Harlan has got a bill to pen on his Premium Blend DVD set which is also featured on the Minotaur - The Final issue, I think it might be called Bill-Ink but I might be wrong.

My effect, co-created with Gene Anderson, is called "Penned-In" and is on one of the Premium Blend DVDs, and included in the Bonus material on The Minotaur: Final Issue. It can also be found (already prepared with pen and gimmicked I.O.U.) on my website. It's not like Dave Forrest's trick at all, which I just watched on YouTube and was pretty disappointed with, although I do like a few of his other things I've seen. "Penned-In" is practical, quick, fun, and themed.
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My apologies for misnaming it
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O-pen Sez-a-me bill into pen that it was signed with Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol.7 No.10) page 977
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A few locations that aren't exactly standard:

** Your mouth (Load surreptitiously right before the reveal, naturally!)
** Spectator's pocket or purse (Much easier to load someone's pocket than to pick it!)
** In your shoe (Have a bill already in shoe then switch as you retrieve it)
** under a place mat on the table

One cautionary note: If your mother happens to see you "find" the bill in your mouth - no matter how old you are - she will still yell, "Never put money in your mouth! You don’t know where that bill has been!!"

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Cornered by Joshua Jay is quite good, despite I don't like to touch the purse of the spectator.
Practicing is like a bank, if you don't put anything in, you won't get anything out!
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But the principle can be adopted to any location and it instantly resets it self!
Practicing is like a bank, if you don't put anything in, you won't get anything out!
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Bill to concealed object... (not an actual trick but just in general) eg. lemon. fruit... ice cube, sugar packet
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In my strolling set I regularly perform my own bill to wallet. I start by having a spec sign a bill, billswitch for a flash bill,do a " counterfeit " test that destroys their bill, and then I produce it from my sippered wallet. Now to magicians that may seem a little lame, but I assure you it is something my audiences love and the fire gets attention from all over the room - And I don't need a bag of lemons !!!
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I have been practicing the "Bill To Nut" by Michael Ammar. I think this trick has potential to be good if done properly. You will have to spend time and money setting up the trick.
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In my stage show I do burnt bill into a rope ball - in a bill tube. It is sort of like the old ring or coin into a ball of yarn.
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The best Bill To Impossible Location effect that I have seen is Max Krause's B.T.I.L.......IF....you take the time to think through how you will handle presenting it at the specific venue in which you will be performing.

However, many consider, per Pete Biro's post in this thread, Seabrooke's Routine as being pretty darned hard to beat.

I mention these two different and diverse handlings because it's my opinion that Max Krause's B.T.I.L. is a pretty UNCONVENTIONAL, yet SPECTACULAR Presentation, while Seabrooke's is a Conventional, HILARIOUS Presentation...(STAGE WHISPER TO AUDIENCE ASSISTANT>>>>"Here.....stand under the cement bag up there...."

I think Max Krause is still here on the Café on The Guest of Honor Area and it would be interesting to see his take on this.

My bet is that Max would say he's NOT looking for a conventional revealment......but something really special.
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