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funsway
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Beautiful, but I don't get the "no sleight of hand" claim. Some action happens of which the audience is unaware - a sleight.
Even if you are just manipulating or ditching a gaff, that is still a sleight.
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On Feb 4, 2021, funsway wrote:
Beautiful, but I don't get the "no sleight of hand" claim. Some action happens of which the audience is unaware - a sleight.
Even if you are just manipulating or ditching a gaff, that is still a sleight.


I'd agree with that funsway. I do a nice simple CSB routine, and although it's pretty easy, it definitely wouldn't be accurate to say it's sleight free.

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Maybe there are tricks using a stooge.
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And if your stooge can do sleight-of-hand...even better.
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Seriously, one can do a mental trick, a prediction, using Hobson's choice, and 5 coins from different countries. Max Maven has the best work on having a spectator pick one of 5 objects, a folded prediction reads "You will pick the English coin" or whatever. No sleights, but you have to be on top of your presentation...no hesitations...anyway it is a way to go. It isn't a trick coin, but no sleights.
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While not technically a coin trick, check out Erik Tait’s Ultra Lucky Coin which uses a poker trick. Killer effect with great audience reaction and it’s sleight free.
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