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basic_mystifier
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I carry a deck of cards and a half dollar with me at all times
slyhand
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I carry a TT, a shoelace for finger ring on string, Extreme Burn, 4 half dollars and just recently Holey Molely using poker chips.
I am getting so tired of slitting the throats of people who say that I am a violent psychopath.

Alec
dsacks
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Always have coins (in my pocket), cards (in my backpack). And of course, my PK ring! Business cards -- lots of neat stuff there.
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I always have a deck with me. Usually it'll carry a double backer and a few dupes. Also, I carry my halves on me all the time.
neosynthesis
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Usualy, when someone asks me to do some magic I don't start doing card tricks.... normaly I carry one loop on my wrist, I ask for a bill or a pen and make it float or move.

That's a goooood start, once a good magic athmosphere is created it's time do some card magic.

Spider pen it's a good prop also, very powerful magic.

Cheers
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Departure and freakey are on my keys ready to go!! Loops are always a lifesaver. Rubberbands on my wrist are nice too. I can do whole sets just on rubberbands. This is without cards by the way. Smile
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Quote:
On 2009-02-14 08:20, slyhand wrote:
I carry a TT, a shoelace for finger ring on string, Extreme Burn, 4 half dollars and just recently Holey Molely using poker chips.

Poker chips? That's a great idea! I don't know if I am skill to drill a hole onto the chip.
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smith83
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I actually carry ESP cards in my wallet. It's great because they are marked and I can also perform some other routines with them including esperfect
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Hello All!
Since I always carry a biz card in my wallet, I'm ready to do a quick prediction using Scott F. Guinn's "Assertive Positive Negative"!
It never fails to impress!

Plus they walk away with your biz card..... Smile

Respectfully,
JRRocha
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magicnorm
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I had great fun with 3CM . Three coins from nowhere and your left completely clean.
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I am doing Impromptu Rock, Paper, Scissors over the phone as a demo (Can also be done Naked On A Beach style)
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I mostly do some finger magic first which always gets some laughs, then I continue with borrowed coins.
Andreas S.
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I always carry some coins, a watch, a pen and a small notepad with me. These are items that I need anyway. Because I'm doing mostly mentalism, I don't need more.

If I know I will be asked, I put some more items in my pockets.
Glen
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These days.....one chinese coin, one BIG half dollar, dragster hot rod, thimble. Out in the truck just in case on standby...black scarf, smaller red scarf, TT, Okito Box with five half dollars, charming chinese challenge, deck of cards. Glen
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Adam Wood
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Never leave the house without my TT, Card to wallet (I don't bring cards but have had them handed to me many times), Time Machine, and some rubber bands. I borrow the coins. Can perform just one trick or a whole act and really only have to store TT and bands the others I need anyway!
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zmakingmagic
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Rubber band effects are definitely great for those spur of the moment happenings. Noting like pulling out Crazy Mans Handcuffs at the last second and then frying your spectators with it.
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On 2004-05-30 16:37, Matt Andrews wrote:
As a newbie, I have the following items with me :

- A TT
- Rubber bands for CMH and for ring thru band (Pinnacle)
- one or two decks (one non-gimmicked, and either Cardtoon for the fun of it or an invisible deck)
- And safety pins. Dreamweaver and Pindemonium are great effects, and pins are very easy to carry around.

Mathias (from Switzerland)


Funny, Mathias!! What kind of trick do you specialize in? I'm into supernatural http://torahforever.net/spiritual/evil-e......val.html
lou serrano
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I never carry any magic props when I'm not performing, but if I do get a request to perform a trick, I will usually perform Yoshio Hirose's Rip It Revolutionized. It can be found in the Secret Sessions DVD put out by Bob Kohler and Daryl. It is an impromptu torn and restored dollar bill routine that is incredibly visual and requires no set up. If I have a dollar bill, I'm ready to go.

Lou Serrano
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I took the habit of putting on a loop in the morning. That way, I just need to borrow a piece of paper, a pen or any small object.
I also took an afternoon one day to list a dozen no-equipment tricks I like (mental tricks, arm twisting, etc.) and think of good presentations and segways to connect them. So I know that, even half-naked in a pool, I have a routine of about 45 minutes ready.

cheers
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