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Topic: Bounce / No Bounce
Message: Posted by: Kristian Skovbo (Jun 29, 2007 03:45AM)
Hi Chad

I love your presentation on this Bounce no bounce routine.
But do you do the routine on table tops? I think it will be a problem with dishes etc.
How do you solve that?

Thanks
kristian
Denmark
Message: Posted by: Chad Long (Jun 30, 2007 12:04AM)
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On 2007-06-29 04:45, Kristian Skovbo wrote:
Hi Chad
I love your presentation on this Bounce no bounce routine.
But do you do the routine on table tops? I think it will be a problem with dishes etc.
How do you solve that?

Thanks
kristian
Denmark

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Hi Kristian,

Thanks for the question. I've always just used a small corner of the table, and I don't bounce the ball very high. In fact, at tables, I only drop the ball from 6 or 7 inches, so there's not a big chance of it bouncing into the other stuff on the table. I've never really had a problem this way. If there's a cloth on the table, I have sometimes bounced the ball off of a plate that's not being used, but I wouldn't recommend this in a really nice place! LOL! I've also done it in close-up shows and parlor shows. For larger audiences, I do it with the big bounce/no-bounce balls. It works great and gets a nice laugh. Thanks and take care...

Chad
Message: Posted by: JTW (Jun 30, 2007 09:36AM)
Where can one find, if one wanted to, the big bounce no bounce balls?
Message: Posted by: Chad Long (Jun 30, 2007 01:24PM)
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On 2007-06-30 10:36, JTW wrote:
Where can one find, if one wanted to, the big bounce no bounce balls?
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I think most of the larger magic shops carry them. I've seen them at Daytona Magic for $15. Take care...

Chad
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Jun 30, 2007 05:39PM)
How big are you "big" bounce/no bounce balls? And what color?