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simplymagicweb
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Hi guys,

Thought Id post this - its my CSB routine using a Dollar sized CSB set and the C Purse. I use it as part of my working set and seems to play well - hope you enjoy it. Sorry about the dodgy shirt though!

https://youtu.be/T66UmgepDzg
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Thanks for sharing Sean I always enjoy your posts, I enjoyed the routine for the most part but didn't like the use of the handkerchief although it obviosly plays well for you my friend Smile

What were the coins you were using for the effect ie which make ?
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The coins were made by Ronald Davies - theyre lovely. The hanky plays well but each to their own I guess. Its particularly nice for mix and mingle where I pop it on the specs hands.

I find the Dollar sized coins do add to the impact of the CSB effect
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Ronald is a top bloke he's come to my rescue a few times Smile don't get me wrong Sean I don't doubt for a minute that the use of the handkerchief works well for you it just doesn't appeal to me but as you say it's just down to personal taste.

Thanks again for sharing.
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Just so good! Loved it! Smile
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Wonderful! I have Quiver purse from several months and still did not use it, but your video show us that it can be very nice assistant to the routine. Thanks!
By the way - can someone tell how is the quality of the Tango dollar size CSB?
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Thanks Hektormagic - I'm using the C Purse, but the Quiver Purse will work just as good. The CSB set I'm using isn't the Tango set, but a set made by an English coin enthusiast, Ronald Davies - he's on Facebook if you're interested in his work... https://www.facebook.com/ronald.davies.37
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Fine routine! Well done Smile
I enjoyed how you utilize the purse. Just recently started using one my self. It gives so many new possibilities. Especially when working with gaffs. I have the Quiver tho.

Do you know if the C-Purse is bigger than the Quiver? I think the Quiver is a bit on the small side. I use dollar coins for the most part now and more than one makes the purse bulk out abit.
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Im not sure of the size difference tbh - I preferred the quality of the leather with the C Purse (but more expensive) and also the fact it didnt have a tab on the side but no doubt Quiver is a fab product too. Thanks for the kind comments too - when doing this at a table I do change the initial vanish and reproduction sequence with the silver coin for angles - thought Id mention this too.
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I have both. Yes c-purse is slightly larger.
C-purse is 90mm x 95mm.
Quiver is 80mm x 78mm.
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On May 13, 2018, Degio wrote:
I have both. Yes c-purse is slightly larger.
C-purse is 90mm x 95mm.
Quiver is 80mm x 78mm.



Thanks for clearing that up 👍 It may be the difference between one coin or two coins without the bulging out.
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Looks really good! I like it!
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Ive been using the Quiver for months now. Looks like I have to purchase the C-purse for my Dollar set. By the way nice routine you got there .
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The routine is also immediately reset, so great for tables and mix and mingle. Ive never really liked the going into the pockets variations of other CSB routines, so the purse does away with this. Thanks for the kind comments too, I really appreciate them.
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On May 12, 2018, simplymagicweb wrote:
Hi guys,

Thought Id post this - its my CSB routine using a Dollar sized CSB set and the C Purse. I use it as part of my working set and seems to play well - hope you enjoy it. Sorry about the dodgy shirt though!

https://youtu.be/T66UmgepDzg


I just saw this and wanted to add my appreciation for a lovely routine and nice handling! Thank you for sharing this with the community!!!!!

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On May 12, 2018, simplymagicweb wrote:
Hi guys,

Thought Id post this - its my CSB routine using a Dollar sized CSB set and the C Purse. I use it as part of my working set and seems to play well - hope you enjoy it. Sorry about the dodgy shirt though!

https://youtu.be/T66UmgepDzg


I just saw this and wanted to add my appreciation for a lovely routine and nice handling! Thank you for sharing this with the community!!!!!

sJT


Thank you Starmanager for your kind comments - I'm really happy with the routine, and it's been developed over many years. I usually perform in a jacket, so will use a different vanish at the end than in the video - either a top pocket ditch or into my Secret Servante holdout. Having said that, the vanish in the video is fine too! Thanks again.
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