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Vitas White
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As the title suggests, what's your favorite method of the classic "coin through packet" effect. Whether it's gimmicked or not, I'd like to work some old basic tricks into a new and modern closeup set!
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arthur stead
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Coin-related stuff should go over here:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewf......3&170027
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Bob G
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Hi Arthur (and Vitas),


But the OP is asking about packet stuff too, right? Wouldn't both forums be appropriate?


By the way -- to Vitas -- I hadn't heard of coin though packet. I'd be interested in being directed to some examples of the effect.


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Bob
Vitas White
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Hello Bob!

I have seen some street magicians peel off a packet of cards and push a large coin through it to the other side. Perhaps some slight of hand is involved, but to me, as a magician, it looked like some sort of gimmick, this is what I'm referring to.
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Hi Vitas,


Thanks for your reply. Good luck in your search. Sounds like a really magical effect.
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