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Chad Sanborn
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I always thought 'underground magicians' performed in the subway or something. Smile
No other profession that I know of refers to their colleagues as 'underground'.
And if they do its probably because its illegal.

I think the correct term is 'undiscovered'.
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Chad Sanborn, undiscovered isn't the term , at least in my case because I never wanted to be discovered. I worked 12 years as a magician without having any magic friend, just some books and my own effects. If you want to read the term "underground" in other profession... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_music
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On 2011-10-08 07:57, MS wrote:
Slyhand, I was in the underground because never before I shared with magicians. I learn the help of some books and DVDs and start to develop my own work without being in a society.
Magic-Daniel, I have experience in magic, so I don't get your comment.
KyleMacNeill, thanks for your words but why do you said that the routine isn't well structured ? No unnecessary movements of the coin as many of the one coin routines out there that looks like juggling more than magic.
Jamie Ferguson, thanks a lot. I will offer as well more hard-hitting very visual routines in the future.

In the explanation video download (available soon by lybrary.com) I teach another ideas that I don't show in the video.


I said that because other people had said that, so I thought it may've been - structurally I know nothing about coin magic!
What I was trying to say was as a coin laymen, it looked great Smile

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KyleMacNeill, even if you don't know nothing about coin magic, you can see that economy of motions allows the spectator to enjoy the magic and not confusing juggling. Thanks for your words.
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Meir Yedid Called Sol Stone an underground figure, in Sol's video Quick & Casual Close-up; To me it sounded as an underground magician. Sol Stone is well known around the world yet he was considered an underground magician, my guess is that he was not always on the spotlight,and all those big conventions going on around the globe, etc.

I think it is a common word among Artists who prefer to stay a bit away from the spotlight.I consider myself an underground magician as well.

I found this:
http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......forum=27

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MS, Nice routine,very well done.
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Mano, your words mean really a lot to me. I follow your work since a long time and you are one of the most incredible coin workers, and you are truly as well and underground star.
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Very nice indeed. I love this type of magic, easy on the eye for a spectator to watch and extremely magical looking. Sometimes coin magic can look too confusing, and some one coin routines have far too many phases for a spectator to take in, this was just about right!

Thanks for sharing.

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Gjmagic, thanks a lot . I know that you perform coin magic and your work is great.
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Very nice indeed. I love this type of magic, easy on the eye for a spectator to watch and extremely magical looking. Sometimes coin magic can look too confusing, and some one coin routines have far too many phases for a spectator to take in, this was just about right!

Well said Gary, I could not agree more.

MS, I humbly appreciate your post.

Be well and keep up the good work.


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New news about the release of your work MS ?
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Rickhypno, I don't have a exact date, but soon. Thanks.
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This looks good. I'm always a sucker for one coin routines - the plot is so pure. Not sure what, if anything, is original about this one, but it looks good. And like MS said, it doesn't go on too long. One thing I like about it is that the coin is never absent for long. I've never liked those one coin routines where you're dealing with an "invisible" coin for a large part of the routine. It's too easy to lose the thread of what's supposed to be happening when the coin is "invisible." Plus, there's nothing impressive about those routines unless you know that the magician is skillfully hiding a coin. And you're not supposed to know that, are you?
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On 2011-10-09 22:17, MaxfieldsMagic wrote:
Plus, there's nothing impressive about those routines unless you know that the magician is skillfully hiding a coin. And you're not supposed to know that, are you?


Isn't that true, just the other day I was with a magician who did some amazing 'hand washing' over and over, it looked like he had some sort of illness Smile. Keep it sweet, keep it simple!!

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This to me is a "dumb" down version of Eric Jones work even the pocket ditch at the end.... I find it funny how easily it is to claim something is your work these days....
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Thanks for your support MaxfieldsMagic and gjmagic.
MichalMystic, I don't get your comment.
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My "One" routine is available. You will learn several ideas for your own coin repertoire:
http://www.lybrary.com/visual-coin-routine-p-121906.html
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There is nothing "new" in this.

What is it that you're selling?
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MovieMan, Im selling my pet one coin routine. Don´t attack me with that argument of "there is nothing new". Of course that there is nothing new anywhere. All is based in something. My routine is a quick and fluid effect that resets instantly, very useful for real workers. In the explanation portion I give tips about retention vanish, another end for the routine and much more.
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On 2011-10-10 23:28, MS wrote:
MovieMan, Im selling my pet one coin routine. Don´t attack me with that argument of "there is nothing new". Of course that there is nothing new anywhere. All is based in something. My routine is a quick and fluid effect that resets instantly, very useful for real workers. In the explanation portion I give tips about retention vanish, another end for the routine and much more.


6 minutes seems like an awfully short time to be teaching "tips about retention vanish, another end for the routine and much more" . . .
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On 2011-10-10 23:28, MS wrote:
MovieMan, Im selling my pet one coin routine. Don´t attack me with that argument of "there is nothing new". Of course that there is nothing new anywhere. All is based in something. My routine is a quick and fluid effect that resets instantly, very useful for real workers. In the explanation portion I give tips about retention vanish, another end for the routine and much more.


Sorry--I didn't mean to attack you, although I admit my post may have read that way. To be honest, I don't see anything very original there, but yes, it is nicely performed, and it flows well. I am sure many performers will find it a worthwhile purchase, especially since you are including additional tips and suggestions.
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