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panlives
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I came across a great variety of tiny Rare Earth m****ts and wonder if any of you cash guys have done an impromptu Chopped Cups & Balls routine using borrowed bills...?

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On 2011-07-07 07:36, panlives wrote:
I came across a great variety of tiny Rare Earth m****ts and wonder if any of you cash guys have done an impromptu Chopped Cups & Balls routine using borrowed bills...?

Thanks,


I have done that on occasion with a coffee cup, and in conjunction with a slightly variated version of Paper Balls In the Hat from Slydini. It was just one of those moments where I had my removable m****ts on me and the opportunity presented itself - a true case of right place, right time.
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David Regal has something similar in his book "Approaching Magic." I believe it's "The Money Cup," although without the book in front of me, I could be mistaken. It's in one of his books, and it's exactly what you're describing, panlives.
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You should definitely check out Craig Petty's Chop. It's an impromptu chop cup routine with a spectator's borrowed bill with a bill in lemon as a kicker. There's also an extra for Chop in which you can download--featuring some amazing moves and routines for the chop cup. One I really like is the transposition between the spectator's borrowed bill and a chop cup ball because it's HIGHLY visual!
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One of the cool things about Craig Petty's "Chop" is that you can do bits and phases that you can't do with a traditional chop cup.
Definately worth checking out!

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