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jnork
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Jason Christopher
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Hey all! Bill switch and T&R sugar packet.
Jason
Yours in Magic!
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David Williamson, in his Penguin lecture, shows the salt pour routine he did while strolling, using a TT. It's a nice routine, and it resets itself for the next table by the time you're done...very clever stuff.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
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David Williamson also used one on one of his videos to produce money from a pen cap, and then vanish it again.
Also, didn't Ammar use it with a story his grandfather told him, again using some coins?
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I use it in every gig, multiple times. Dan Harlan teaching TT Tarbell, specifically the cut and restored headset. TT Streamers and the4color silks that weld together.
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On Dec 19, 2018, shooz wrote:
David Williamson also used one on one of his videos to produce money from a pen cap, and then vanish it again.
Also, didn't Ammar use it with a story his grandfather told him, again using some coins?
Shooz


41 cent miracle is the trick Ammar does. The story line is excellent! So is the trick.

I have several and never use it anymore. In the beginning (early 90's for me) I would kill people w/ a silk and tt.
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Cool balancing act mark.
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The cut and restored string, rubber band, headphones
Signed, opened, poured and restored sweetener packet
Silk vanish production
Bill change, bill print from blank piece of paper, mis made bill, holes in bill change position, sequential serial numbers in bill change, torn and restored bill.
Salt vanish
Salt from an empty salt shaker
Sneaky: Tear open a mini bag of M&Ms or Skittles, sneak a few - then fully restore the package.
Apple AirPod vanish.
Linked 2 pieces of chain provided by spectator.
Bent penny
Torn and restored napkin
EZ lotto, $100 bill in 4 small pay envelopes. $1 bill in each one.
Pay envelope silk switch... changes color.
TT blendo
Nuts and bolts. 2 washers, 2 nuts and 2 bolts magically screw themselves together.
Water from an empty mini solo cup held by a spectator.
Un Tie me. 4 different colored pieces of yarn tied together and placed in pay envelope given to spectator untie themselves.
5 dimes to half dollar
Counterfeit Strip: Streamer from a dollar bill. (Anti-Counterfeit strip) Then give the bill to the spectator --- then vanish the bill to avoid arrest for tampering with it.
CLOROX: Color change silk in spectators’ hand- Colored silk turns white!
Yukkie: Did this for kids once. Signed note is produced in sealed can of beanie weenies held by kid.

These are just some fun silly things I do with just a TT
Hal in Alabama USA
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Card stab.
Remember, slightly less than two present of all UFO sightings turn out to be actual extraterrestrial craft.
Borrow three wide brimmed felt hats from the audience.
Dr. Harlan Tarbell
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Taking a different tack - there are time in which the TT can be visible in place of your real thumb,

For 'example, a basket with a handle can be held with the fingers inside and the thumb behind the handle and sticking out.
During the effect a TT replaces the thumb and is visible sticking our behind the handle. This frees up your thumb for steals or other hidden action.

Other folks may have some ideas along this line
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst



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