

splunge New user 11 Posts 
Hi all. I purchased a copper silver brass routine and am slowly getting smoother at "the move" but stupidly misplaced the instructions with a basic routine. Can anyone suggest a basic routine?
Thanks 
inigmntoya Inner circle DC area native, now in Atlanta 2020 Posts 
PMing you

David Neighbors V.I.P. 4831 Posts 
I have a nice All on the table Handling With no Pocket Work in my Latest set of Notes ! ( Mile High Lecture Notes )

Jonathan Townsend Eternal Order Ossining, NY 27073 Posts 
If you can do the basic secret turnover and nest/un nest ... and are okay with a classic palm:
STOP Think about what the gaff lets you do. And think about how you want to entertain your audience. How much ...not in American money change is cute but that's going for the most startling rather than the most magical of options. Doc Easson, Scotty York, Joe Riding (chinese bit patter) ... and David Neighbors have work using that gaff. Dean Dill had something different but that's not in print last I heard so you have choices.
...to all the coins I've dropped here

Julie Inner circle 3380 Posts 
Dan Fleshman has an impressive and practical, but simple to execute, routine in his new DVD.
Julie 
David Neighbors V.I.P. 4831 Posts 
And I will have to ask the Same ??? I have ask for Years ! 1. Who are you doing it For ??? 2. Where ??? 3. How much work do you want to put into it ? ( aka Com bind with S.O.H. Or not ??? Then you can ask " what is the Best Routine !!! "

Douglas.M Elite user 446 Posts 
I like how Bob Sheets rings in the gaff, and I like how Cody Fisher rings out the gaff. (Bob Sheets does Hospitality, Unforgettable coin magic of Cody Fisher). In between I keep it down to two transpositions. Though lately I have been obsessed with Latta's CopSilBrass.
Karl Hein has an interesting routine using the gimmick called Hein's Catch Up. Douglas M. 
Poor dini New user Lancaster 60 Posts 
For a unique routine, check out atomic coin. Instead of a transpo routine, it’s a wildcoin routine

hbenod Regular user 167 Posts 
J.C Wagner's routine is basic and time tested. Along with Bob Sheets they created a very comercial routine. I learned this during the 80's and still use it today. Doc Eason has great work in his "VHS" tapes of the time.
Thanks 
David Neighbors V.I.P. 4831 Posts 
I have a new Routine Out in my " Mile high Lecture " Notes! And it is all Table Work. And no going to the Pocket !!!

Bill Hegbli Eternal Order Fort Wayne, Indiana 22354 Posts 
Bill Nagler posted a great handling for CSB coin effect years ago for the finale. He is nowhere to be found these days.

Jonathan Townsend Eternal Order Ossining, NY 27073 Posts 
Quote: Would you post the URL for that handling?On Aug 18, 2019, Bill Hegbli wrote:
...to all the coins I've dropped here

simplymagicweb Special user Norfolk, UK 992 Posts 
Here's me performing a very simple CSB routine using the Quiver Purse at a 60th party...
https://youtu.be/iCUFE3k6bAw
Magically,
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warren Inner circle uk 3252 Posts 
Quote:
On Nov 18, 2019, simplymagicweb wrote: I like it Sean, I would be interested to know how you introduce the bag into the routine at the start ie what's the motivation or do you just take it out and say we'll get back to the bag later ? 
simplymagicweb Special user Norfolk, UK 992 Posts 
Quote:
On Nov 21, 2019, warren wrote: Yes buddy  the bag is just something for later! I actually put it in the quiver purse too.
Magically,
Website  www.simplymagic.co.uk Twitter  www.twitter.com/simplymagic19 Facebook  www.facebook.com/SeanGoodmanMagician Creator of Secret Servante, Genetics, Tick Tock, Starstruck, CelebriDate, MagiDate, Focus, SIGMA and R2R 
warren Inner circle uk 3252 Posts 
Thanks for getting back to me Sean much appreciated

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