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Check out my performance

http://youtu.be/v5z3oD7jKL8

Let me know what you guys think.
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That was nice. That was with a Super Triple Coin? I want one.
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Wow, that was really good! I would be interested in knowing what coins and or DVD you used or learned from. Very nice!
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I like your initial phase and first two productions, although the very start is a little "hand-washy". The penultimate vanish (2 coins to 1) is the same one I do and I've never been happy with it. It seems like an obvious move with that gaff, but it's never really felt like a fooler to me. We (STC users) need an alternative 2-to-1 phase - maybe someone out there has a good one. I prefer the single-colour version of the gaff, to keep things simple - but I can't argue with your routine... the colour changes look really great.
Well executed, fun stuff.
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Yeah I've been trying to put together some more routines then just the boring old ones that Wong puts on his dvds. I'm working on another one.

It's a 4 coin 4 card matrix with 3 half dollars and one chinese coin. One at a time the half dollar coins join the chinese dollar coin in one corner like a regular matrix but they also turn to chinese as they meet in the corner. Then for a climax all four chinese coins are put under one card and all coins vanish at once from under the card.
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On 2012-12-11 15:41, MR Effecto wrote:
That was nice. That was with a Super Triple Coin? I want one.


Yeah it was the double face one.
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On 2012-12-12 01:17, 1KJ wrote:
Wow, that was really good! I would be interested in knowing what coins and or DVD you used or learned from. Very nice!


Its a double face super triple coin set. But the routine is my own.
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On 2012-12-12 05:58, volto wrote:
I like your initial phase and first two productions, although the very start is a little "hand-washy". The penultimate vanish (2 coins to 1) is the same one I do and I've never been happy with it. It seems like an obvious move with that gaff, but it's never really felt like a fooler to me. We (STC users) need an alternative 2-to-1 phase - maybe someone out there has a good one. I prefer the single-colour version of the gaff, to keep things simple - but I can't argue with your routine... the colour changes look really great.
Well executed, fun stuff.


For the 2 to 1 vanish you can heel clip the thin part of the gaff under the guise of a closed clenched fist. Wave over the fist with the rest of the gaff and then as your fist turns fingertips upward the thick part of the gaff sneeks by and picks up the thin part of the gaff und the guise of another wave of the coin being held in plain site. Open the fist and it is empty and your left with the full closed STC to vanish whatever way you like.
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Nice. I'll go try that, thanks...!
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On 2012-12-17 09:19, volto wrote:
Nice. I'll go try that, thanks...!


Let me know his it goes. I've tried it and it looks really clean.
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That was AWESOME! Great Job!!!
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Thanks for taking the time to watch!
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Very good, you've done a great job !
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I really like some if those changes. Especially the one with two coins fanned.
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That's my fav too.
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I just got my Morgan STC from Joe Mogar...you should do a tutorial video on what moves you did...the Wong DVD is awful!!
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I'd love to show ya. How would one set something like that up. I can't put it on youtube and expose the gimmick. Let me know how and I'd be glad to show you.
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