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joseph
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What th?.. Coincidence ..
Looks really cool...
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I was wandering the same thing. Looks really good but!


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This really looks too good to be true... Incredible and have no idea.
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The European version with EUROS is coming later this year.
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Maybe that was the ideal outcome version...
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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Hope not, in the description sounds like the same outcome everytime - as seen in the demo. Fingers crossed the reviews will be v good!
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I was informed by Penguin Magic that while this item is not yet in the warehouse, the video shows the best possible outcome.
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If the coins are fixed, how is this the best possible outcome? Fixed suggests this is the ONLY outcome. What other outcome might there be?

Would like to see some additional outcomes. WHat they look like etc
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There are different ways to reveal a prediction. Removing the lid to show the glued coins is perhaps one of the possible ways to reveal the prediction.
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The ad says that they include the eight coins, quarter, dime, nickel and penny. So only 8 coins are used. very interesting.

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If this works how I think it does, then there are no multiple out needed.
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Quote:
On 2013-08-08 15:14, minderX wrote:
If this works how I think it does, then there are no multiple out needed.


Get some superglue whilst they are in a hypnotic trance. Pretty easy method Smile
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Hello everyone,

We have this in stock for immediate delivery. Four coins are displayed atop a small box. The spectator is asked what number that they would like you to move each coin to. This is a free choice no force. Once all 4 coins have been moved to their chosen spots the panel/lid is slid off and your prediction coins match exactly (in the same position) and are all glued firmly in place. This can all be handed out for examination if so desired.
This is super easy to do and the outcome can be different each time. Oh and one more thing...The coins that you use can be borrowed if you want. Hope this information is helpful..Now I have to finish packing for MAGIC Live...

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VernonOnCoins
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16 outcomes, if my math is correct. That would be a LOT of outs
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Vernon, 24 possible outcomes. 4x3x2x1=24 Waiting for a full review????
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I got it. It can be a different outcome every time. No multiple outs. You lift the lid and the coins match, simple as that.
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Rowdy, What is the "manupulation" requirements on our part. Anything like crazy sleights or massive finger bending?
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Also, any more of a detailed review would be helpful.
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Can it be modified to use non-US coins?
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No manipulation at all. Just like in the video. And by the way, there is no "best case scenario". Who ever said that at Penguin did not know what they were talking about. You simply slide the coin of their choice to the number of their choice and the work is done for you.

With that said, the coins are not glued in place like they say, but perhaps the spectator might "think" they are.
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