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vinsmagic
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MB UP, UP, and away......fly sky rocks.......

charlie informed me you were releasing your latest, congrasts looks great
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Marion's is the closest I have seen to what Mickey described. I have a one-handed vanish. I "accidentally" drop the coin on the floor. I scoot it under my shoe in picking it up, and it instantly vanishes! No transfers! The idea is to believe you have the coin in your hand. Smile

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On 2013-06-30 16:19, Dougini wrote:
.. I have a one-handed vanish. I "accidentally" drop the coin on the floor. I scoot it under my shoe in picking it up, and it instantly vanishes! No transfers! The idea is to believe you have the coin in your hand. Smile

Doug


That reads like the item on page 21 in Bobo's book. When you don't have a carpeted floor the method in Bobo's on page 20 or 96 is a winner. John V. Hope did something like the method on page 98 very well.


If you own a Platt Blackout and suitable tee/sweater - try the item on page 3 figure 1 blackout toward the audience so they see your hand truly empty both front and back. IE Downs Palm plus BA makes DP go invisible. You can hide more behind there if you are careful, Same for EG Smile
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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MB's "quickie tricky" is my favorite of his. Love that vanish, Marion!

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Anyone use the One Hand Coin Vanish from the Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights? It uses a nice way of transferring a coin from Back clip to Angle (i.e. Drobina) palm.
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Oh, man! Back clips and back palms! I never got the hang of that! The Angle Palm and the Nowhere Palm are awesome! Mike I gotta get a set of those DVD's. I don't have a VHS player any more. You're right, The Encyclopedia is a MUST-HAVE! I can't do without that. I'll be in touch! Smile

I also do a one-handed vanish. It's hard to describe. I show the coin in my left hand. I slowly close my fingers over the coin. I open and re-show it. Close the fingers over the coin and turn the hand over. The coin is worked to the edge of the fingers, so 95% of the coin is OUTSIDE. It is dropped into the other hand doing a gesture, or something like that.

It appears that the hand with the coin never left their sight. Of course, it vanishes. I don't know where I learned that, and the dropped coin under the shoe. I've done it so long...LONG before video and DVD's. The 70's I think. A one-handed vanish can be done at a table, with lapping. I like the idea of the Blackout. That's a new method to me.

Doug
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On 2013-06-30 22:46, Michael Rubinstein wrote:
Anyone use the One Hand Coin Vanish from the Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights? It uses a nice way of transferring a coin from Back clip to Angle (i.e. Drobina) palm.


Dr. Mike,

I try this fairly often but man oh man can I ever flub those moves! Back clips are not a specialty of mine, to say the least! And moving the coin from there causes me to chase my coin around the floor as much as anything!

Thanks!

Jim
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Thanks MB. That could definitely be used. You rock big time. Could you recommend any book or video that teaches the details?
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I just realized that I never posted the link to spoontang's video. Here it is
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sqoWNIPbqc
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Thanks so much guys, glad you like my old "One & Only" here. Smile It's a fun one to do and always amazes. Smile

And Bj, I love that old spoontang 3 Fly vid, a lot of nice stuff there. Reminds me a lot of Justin Miller's work with his Silver Dream as to the vanishes. Nice!

Anyway, as to your request here, your wish is my command...Open Sesame: Smile

http://www.vinnymarini.com/download/oneandonly.html

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Lovely work as always Marion Smile
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This post really rocks. This got me writing Mr. Silver (Mick) to encourage him to make himself known by DVD's. Also,
I just about have two new OHV's developed, as a result. One is with a small coin--very, very clean. The other is with a large
coin (half to dollar size). It is so easy to get so used to an impromptu vanish, that even as coin nuts, we often ignore going
beyond this.
THIS POST IS MAXIMALLY SUPERB AND MAY LEAD TO A NUMBER OF COIN VANISH REVOLUTIONS: READER BEWARE!

thanks guys, and MB, you need more DVD exposure as well.
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MB, I think you and Justin Miller will be TV stars in my home pretty soon. And I'll run around picking up Morgan dollars ;-)
Thanks a lot
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One of the best vanishes can be found in Bobo's. It looks like Fickle Nickle.
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Jeff Stewart & Meir Yedid’s NOW-U-C-IT, NOW-U-DON’T
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On Jan 6, 2019, kardini wrote:
Jeff Stewart & Meir Yedid’s NOW-U-C-IT, NOW-U-DON’T...


That really is undoubtedly one of the best...along with Fickle Nickle. I'd say Mickey has done it. One hand, Coin Thru The Table.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dESTAO6Hl6o

Thoughts?

Doug
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Undoubtedly the best!
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People are selling instructions for this. Do you need any props? Special Nickle?
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Just a Fickle Nickel hehe.
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Https://youtu.be/0ZFfWwKtDG4 a very old video of me demonstration my one handed con vanish sorry for the bad video


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