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Head Case
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I'm looking for a DVD that would contain a sponge ball routine fit for restaurant / table hopping, where at the end, the person is left holding 10-20 small balls in their hand.

Any suggestions?
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World's Greatest Magic Sponge ball DVD. Has several routines by the greats. Eugene Burgers routine is in there and ends in the way you want.
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The Pat Page Sponge Ball DVD is worth it's weight in gold - and includes the move for the finale you are after (based upon Dr. Jak's 'multi-ball' that was marketed by Goshman).
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Thanks a ton guys.
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The above suggestions are excellent and I would highly recommend both.

I know you asked for DVDs, but I want to point out another resource wherein you might find another routine, the handling of which can be changed or modified to suit your desired outcome. It is a routine called Benson Burner from the book Vortex by Tom Stone. It is a Benson Bowl Routine, but I have adapted the routine for table hopping, keeping the originial climax, which has a bunch of tiny sponge balls coming out of the bowl. In table hopping, this can be done using a coffee cup, or it can be done as a traditional sponge ball routine using the hand(s) of a participant.

Besides that routine, Vortex is full of indespensible thoughts and ideas, a countless number of excellet effects and routines.

I hope this information is useful to you.
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Steve Dacri's Sponge Ball Toolkit is both educational and entertaining at the same time. Comes highly recommended.
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Ben Salinas has a good one called The Encylopedia of Sponge Magic.
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