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TCC Magic
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We are proud to introduce you our first KickStarter project——TCC PRESENTS Leather Chop Cup. It's get great reactions during the last 20 days.

.Within 40 minutes we were fully funded.
.Within 10 hours of going live we were over 350% funded.
.It's over 1100 % funded now.

Last 36 hours to get TCC PRESENTS Leather Chop Cup on KickStarter.

You can save at least $ 45 if you love our Chop Cup.

And if you want get the full instructions, this is also the last chance, once the compagin ended, it's gone.

KickStarter Link:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/565......a0e79a4a

If you have any question about our project, we are willing to help!
dman11
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Darn- no paypal...I would of been all over this !
Sean Mann
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Leather chop cup?....Kickstarter?....NOOOOO. Joking, I'm sure it will be fine.
pegasus
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Don’t mention chop cup and Kickstarter in the same sentence on this forum whatever you do. And NO THANKS.
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I have full faith that TCC will pull this off. And their stuff is usually really nicely produced, at least based on their track record. We'll see, hopefully no one has to wait several years Smile

All the best,
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Wow those are some competitive prices even with shipping.

Unfortunately chop cups don't interest me but this looks fantastic though!

You guys should make your shuffle pads available again though!
Jbond207
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I ordered one. We will see.
dyoung
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I don't know what Im doing... Im a mentalist really Smile I pledged and I cant wait to play with it Smile what's happened to me?
Doric
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Use the cup to exchange billets (one is shimmed or paperclipped). I'm sure your creative mind will come up with all sorts of things. Smile
dyoung
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Me and my friend has a challenge we do sometime which is "Make Mine Mental", which is basically turn magic tricks into mentalism. So this might be the new one Smile
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Will the instruction video be called Chopvid and come with a virus?
How many magicians does it take to change a lightbulb? Regardless, for magicians darkness is a time for d'lite.
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On May 8, 2020, dyoung wrote:
Me and my friend has a challenge we do sometime which is "Make Mine Mental", which is basically turn magic tricks into mentalism. So this might be the new one Smile


This is a favorite past time. Am almost surprised there aren't a series of videos taking traditional magic effects and "making them mental" (or there probably is and I'm just unaware of it and am about to be schooled...).
Troyze
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First time I back something on kickstarter..

the price is just too good to pass
EZrhythm
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You call that good price for a $50 cup and a $20 ball?
How many magicians does it take to change a lightbulb? Regardless, for magicians darkness is a time for d'lite.
dyoung
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Well the early bird price was like $30 for cup, a set of two leather balls and a bag (plus some bonus crochet balls). So I'd say its a good price.
Troyze
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Considering the price other people is selling..yes the early bird was a good deal.
pegasus
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On May 5, 2020, dman11 wrote:
Darn- no paypal...I would of been all over this !


PayPal have probably banned Kickstarter with the amount of frauds out there.
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On May 5, 2020, dman11 wrote:
Darn- no paypal...I would of been all over this !


PayPal have probably banned Kickstarter with the amount of frauds out there.


No. Paypal has never been an option on Kickstarter. In the early days it required Amazon payments. Later they added credit cards. And that's about it.

I've run a successful Kickstarter project (not for a magic product), and have backed well over 100 projects as well. While some projects fail, the idea that it is full of "frauds" is an exaggeration. Some projects fail, but that is the nature of crowdfunding. It's not a "store," you're backing a project, and there's some risk associated with that.

I just checked, and I've backed 150 projects on Kickstarter (I started using them soon after it launched), and out of those have seen only three projects that never delivered (not counting recently backed projects, that are still within their timelines). Plenty delivered late (with a few super late), but the idea that it's rampant fraud is not accurate. It does pay to be skeptical, of course, and look at who's behind a project, how difficult it is, and how realistic the project/budget/timelines are, but beyond that I've found it to be a great way to support interesting projects.
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On May 11, 2020, no2ss wrote:
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On May 10, 2020, pegasus wrote:
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On May 5, 2020, dman11 wrote:
Darn- no paypal...I would of been all over this !


PayPal have probably banned Kickstarter with the amount of frauds out there.


No. Paypal has never been an option on Kickstarter. In the early days it required Amazon payments. Later they added credit cards. And that's about it.

I've run a successful Kickstarter project (not for a magic product), and have backed well over 100 projects as well. While some projects fail, the idea that it is full of "frauds" is an exaggeration. Some projects fail, but that is the nature of crowdfunding. It's not a "store," you're backing a project, and there's some risk associated with that.

I just checked, and I've backed 150 projects on Kickstarter (I started using them soon after it launched), and out of those have seen only three projects that never delivered (not counting recently backed projects, that are still within their timelines). Plenty delivered late (with a few super late), but the idea that it's rampant fraud is not accurate. It does pay to be skeptical, of course, and look at who's behind a project, how difficult it is, and how realistic the project/budget/timelines are, but beyond that I've found it to be a great way to support interesting projects.


Did you manage to get anything back for the failed projects? or is your money gone?
"Talent without passion is talent wasted.."
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Magicalos
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^ money gone from that last chop cup set on kickstarter.....but we wont get into that....shame I couldn't back this one as I was too late to the party
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