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shakuni
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Ohh no if they are not glued at end then its has a very obvious explanation Smile
Gaz Lawrence
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Agree with Shakuni unless they l--k in place and appear glued very obvious IMO
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If you were a layman, what would you guess is the approach used to make this work? I think the fact that a layman has a "guess" truly weakens the "magic" of the plot.

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Question is can the spectator examine the coins once the tray is opened... Yes Or No?

If yes then I'm in...


-Bobby
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Quote:
On 2013-08-13 17:58, atouchofmagic1 wrote:
Question is can the spectator examine the coins once the tray is opened... Yes Or No?

If yes then I'm in...


-Bobby


Get your money out. The coins can be borrowed and when opened the coins are glued in place.
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This one looks really great! Anyone would like to share a review?
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Coins are not glued in the literal sense.
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Simple question for those that have it:

If the spectator can examine everything, and they find that the coins are 'glued' in place...if they really tried...could they move the coins? If the answer is, yes if you leave it with them and let them pull and twist to their hearts desire, then I'm in. A simple few seconds trying to move the coins is enough for a spectator to believe they are glued solid. I like this a lot and really want to buy one. I can already see how I want to use it.

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Looks great. If I was examining it as an average spectator, I don't think I'd apply an unreasonable amount of force, for fear of damaging another person's property.
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No you cant let them try to move the coins
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Hey Guys,

I got this here at live and I love it. This is not something I would do on a regular basis but I believe it is super fooling and Ive done a handful of times and reactions have been great! The props themselves are made well and should last for a long time and the method is a little more sneaky then you may think. I like it.

Kyle
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Have it.

When lid removed what spectator sees are coins held in place by equivalent of sticky tape.
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Can anyone give an in depth review? Is it a finger buster to move things, does it always match the spectators choice or is there some "pre work" that needs to be done. Is there any "magic" noise as the coins are moved etc.?????
rowdymagi5
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No finger busting moves. Always matches 100%. No noise.
bowers
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SEO has this back in stock now.
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This was one of the HOT items at the Phoenix I.B.M. Convention this year. The entire dealer stock was sold out before the end of the second day.

It's a good, practical and easy-to-do "trick" that lends itself well to being a pre-qualifying test to determine an audience member's suitability to participate in other ESP experiments.

Julie
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Any chance of a british coin version?
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PRINCE
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Yes please... British coin version
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I picked this up at Magic Live. Very clever method. Not something you would use for walk around but great as a piece in a formal show or something cool to show your friends or magic buddies. I was not disappointed with this.

John
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Any euro version ?
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