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asgar
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Can anyone help me with a bill switch where I can switch the spectator's bill twice and at the end change it back?I am probably gonna need a much larger tt.Micheal Vincent did this beautifully in one of his video.
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Asgar:

If by 2 switches you mean switched out then switched in, I don't see a need for any special TT's.

If your routine is more complicated, you could consider using multiple TTs, or non TT methods, such as a "bold switch".

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On 2013-06-26 21:40, motown wrote:
More of a bill to.

yes, in terms of the effect seen by the audience. The method to accomplish this, however, could be that of some simple bill switches, but I don't see when he made the primary switch; maybe the camera was not on him during that time. None the less, it does suggest a nice way to do a nice bill-to-impossible-location that appears out of the magicians hands.


I wrote down the serial number immediately after he borrowed the bill. Seemed the same. I can't see where he made the switch either.
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Excellent presentation and performance despite the heavy editing. I perform similar transposition effects with borrowed bills using John Lovick's preferred handling with Clarity Box on the platform and The Light close-up. I ALWAYS have the bill signed big and bold with a Sharpie marker for visibility and impossibility. Serial numbers are questionable but a signature removes all doubt in my opinion. The name on the bill transforms into my own before the revelation is made. Of course this cannot be performed "hands off" but the memory of the illusion remains the same in the minds of the spectators and they are left with their own bill as a souvenir 😝🎩
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So which is Lovick's preferred handling? Is it in Switch?
rmendez
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Yes. A video performance and explanation can also be found on Reel Magic Quarterly Volume 1.
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Earlier I posted that you could use a JP switch to avoid folding. Just to clarify, that's the Juan Pablo switch. He has a video on it as does Doug McKenzie's Juan Hundred Dollar Bill Switch video. I love this switch, and have worked out a way without a TT - and using a borrowed bill. The original version requires a somewhat prepared bill to work.
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