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FCpreacher
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These look great! I love Kainoa's stuff on Palms of Steel 1 & 2. Does anyone know if he's going to put this stuff on dvd?

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I hope not.
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Such might keep him sane while schoolwork takes its toll. He has a login here... ask him
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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I did ask him. I may soon be on the hunt for these books. I really liked his stuff on POS I & II. I think his stuff was the highlight of II.

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On 2004-01-07 15:14, FCpreacher wrote:
I did ask him. I may soon be on the hunt for these books. I really liked his stuff on POS I & II. I think his stuff was the highlight of II.

FC


Hunt no more! When your ready to get them Click here: The Magic of Kainoa Harbottle

Lot of great ideas and routines in both books and while you there should pick up some of Curtis kams notes That is if you don't already have them.


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Since Mystre's link doesn't appear to be working, his website is http://www.kainoaland.com







300th post, who hoo!
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Thanks Maestro didn't know it wasn't working sorry guys.


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Kainoa is a real genius in magic. Creative, funny and a great fellow. You can never go wrong with anything he markets!!!!
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A little birdie told me that the vid/DVD may very well come about. It has something to do with timing. I'll say no more!!! Smile Smile
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Anyone have a favorite routine from the books? Also, is Coins on Edge exclusively on edge grip technique?

Dave
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I think Kainoa's books are a gold mine of moves to work on. Even though,like Kainoa, I'm about 3fly'd out I still liked his effect from CoE called another flippin 3 fly. His pendulem hanging coins are two more effects I like. Mostly though his stuff is kind of modular. by that I mean you can just take pieces from the effects you like and use them in other effects. I'm not sure I've made myself clear. I would however highly recommend Kainoa's books (get both, they are best together). I feel I really got my money's worth.
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Dave, Yes "Coin on Edge" is exclusively on edge grip work,But don't let that scare you away from getting it, The book is sure to be a classic on coin work. It has techniques on Steals,Transfers,changeovers,and much more.You should pick up both books,you won't be disapointed.


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CoE is basically on the edge grip work, even if the last part (tricks) involve some more "classic" or usual moves. I think that, if I really put the work to master the material in there, it will renew my approach to coin work.
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I have been working with this stuff for the past few months..
I did some at recent South Carolina Association of Magicians Convention this month..

started with Flurious Four
then did Punctuated Equilibrium Coins Across
then finished with Pendulum coins 1

the flurious is cool as it shows a coin penetrating your hand oover and over ending with not one coin but 4...
the second is stacks of coins sneaking from hand to hand
the last of course is hanging coins but showing each hand enpty along the way..

I write this to emphasize the punctuated equilibrium..which is the strongest of the lot by my thinking and one that I have been getting the most response out of ... I passed it off first read through but really have had a blast with it since showing it...in essence..small stacks of coins are stolen each way ..very well concealed to my mind..

I am glad I put the time in it starting from scratch the day I got the first book.

marty
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COE is very, very,good...
but IMHO very, very, advanced
I really have only worked on the sleights and also Pendulum Hanging Coins (which I love).

I am humbled by those who can perform these routines well. Must be a lot of talented people out there.
Edge grip is one thing, but Kinky Flying Wombat? Mutobe?
Man, I have to go practice
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Kainoa's work is probably the most groundbreaking since Roth's Expert Coin Magic. And though you could say that it is all "edge grip" work - that is a bit misleading. He covers a number of techniques in his books COE and Cointopia that include his variation on the classic edge grip (that Roth popularized) as well as the curl palm, nowhere palm, JW grip, mutobe palm, a myriad of transfers, changeovers, vanishes, productions, transpositions, etc.

If you are creative and want inspiration or just enjoy balancing on the bleeding edge of your coins - these are MUST OWN works.
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On 2004-01-27 15:19, martysh wrote:
I write this to emphasize the punctuated equilibrium..which is the strongest of the lot by my thinking and one that I have been getting the most response out of ... I passed it off first read through but really have had a blast with it since showing it...in essence..small stacks of coins are stolen each way ..very well concealed to my mind..

I am glad I put the time in it starting from scratch the day I got the first book.

marty


I love this routine, and I'm glad to see that I'm not alone! (I've already started another thread on it here at the Café, if you'd like to share some performance experiences with/thoughts on the routine.)
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