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Kennard
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Hi just wanted to ask if anyone uses a shimmed slippery sam with the TUC? Any insights into that combination?
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Hello mi name is nicO.

I'm from argentina and y bought the tuc some years ago when it first come into market .

well I'm a coin man that LOVE technique. till then I neva use a gaff, but one day I decided to buy a tuc and I studied it a lot and developed SOME routines that I will like to share... k then this is mi FB add me Smile .
Nicolas pierri ..(the picture is mi face on the beach ..like thinking about my next routine Smile)

see ya coin loverS!
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funsway
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On 2012-09-12 08:18, Kennard wrote:
Hi just wanted to ask if anyone uses a shimmed slippery sam with the TUC? Any insights into that combination?


Tango is producing (or soon will) a Shimmed SlipperSam (ShimSlip) -- I have several effects already designed but need the SS to test and refine. Then a new book will be offered with original effects included those garnished fro other contributors.
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Mr. Tango
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All our Slippery Expanded shell, has thin steel inside and a teflon surface, so you can use the slippery shell with any TUC
Zombie Magic
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On 2012-09-08 17:55, Mr. Tango wrote:
Yes, the coin across that I performed with Tim Trono will be one of the new routines at the DVD


THANK YOU! I love this coin and that routine was KILLER!!!!!!
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Check out my special offer for TUC users titled "More TUC"
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Agaton
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Maybe an ignorant question but can you start with one coin, appear a total of three, then end with one using the TUC? Hoping that the TUC can perform a appearance and disappearance of three coins (at least).
funsway
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Yes by adding an Exp Sh**l or the new ShimSlip

There is such an effect in TUC Appreciation
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On 2012-09-18 04:38, funsway wrote:
Yes by adding an Exp Sh**l or the new ShimSlip

There is such an effect in TUC Appreciation


Thanks for the reply. Just ordered one!
Mr. Tango
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Today I ended the new DVD TUC Secrets, it included about 25 routines:
Two 3 fly coin routines,
Coin across
Coins to glace
Coin penetrations
matrix
Production
Signed coin to pepper
Signed coin to can
Coins thru table
Okito box routines
Scotch and Soda routines
Copper and Silver routines
And some routines, I tried to include the best routines that I performed the last 4 years and I had a special guess, my friend Ulises Palomeque that performed a great routine with TUC copper and silver that change to Chinese coins.
The DVD will be edited in 10 days and it will be included with the TUC free cost in the future and for $ 24 dollars if somebody wants only to buy the DVD.
Agaton
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Got it a few days ago. Such an ease to use. I'm loving it!
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Just got my T.U.C and I was wondering if anyone else had this problem; when the insert is nested is does not fully fit. If you show it from the side you can see that something is sticking out. Also when I slide the top it scratches the face of the insert. I'm really excited about using this coin but I don't know if I can in public because it is not nesting correctly.
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Many have a problem of the opposite sort - need a spacer above the mag to make separation easier -- so your Sh**l may have been bent. The Face on the coin should not be flat. You can try to push out the mag side a bit by placing it on a stck of quarters cover by a silk -- but may wish to return it for a replacement. Contact Mr. Tango.

However, any visibility of an edge is not a problem in performing unless you draw attention to it. What size do you have? The edge of a Half is layered already.
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theamazingsauce
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Thanks funsway, I did contact Mr Tango and he is helping me out. He responded very quickly. I think it may have gotten bent in shipping. I tried pushing the mag out as you instructed and this has helped, I can get half of it all the way in now. Hopefully I can get it all the way. Thanks for the advice!
magicbyswh
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Do all the tuc coins now have round magnets?
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J-Mac
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No - Tango has been making them with round magnets for a while now but several shops still have the older ones with square magnets... unfortunately. And there is no way to tell which you will get when you order. I've asked a few different shops if they would check but none wanted to do that. Smile

Jim
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On 2012-09-28 14:09, magicbyswh wrote:
Do all the tuc coins now have round magnets?


The new ones have the round magnet...older ones had a square
bowers
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I know for a fact all penquins tucs are now with the round magnets.
Daniel Clemente
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I wonder if Mr Tango would replace a square magnet with a round one
J-Mac
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On 2012-09-28 20:23, Trooper11040 wrote:
I wonder if Mr Tango would replace a square magnet with a round one


He hasn’t in the past AFAIK. Can't hurt to ask I guess. Of course you can do it yourself too. Smile

Jim
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