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Topic: Rubber Band Routine
Message: Posted by: Zednanreh (Jun 28, 2003 05:59PM)
No I don't perform Pinnacle (yet). Barring that, I want to try to find a patter line to tie the following tricks together:

Crazy Man's Handcuffs
Master Link by Chad Sanborn
Dan Harlan's Linking Bands
Crazy Twist Vanish

I usually perform them in this order, but feel free to move them around.

- Alex
Message: Posted by: The Donster (Jul 6, 2003 08:24AM)
I do have Patter for Crazy Mans Handcuffs but Darned if i can get the trick Down. Don,
Message: Posted by: niva (Aug 8, 2003 12:57AM)
Sorry if this is not to anwer your question.

Is the Dan Harlan's trick in his videos of rubberband magic?
Message: Posted by: Zednanreh (Aug 8, 2003 03:28AM)
Its not on his Rubber band magic collection. I learned it from a Mike Ammar video, he credited to Dan Harlan. (Exciting World of Magic -> Linking Headbands)

- Alex
Message: Posted by: Evan Williams (Aug 8, 2003 07:47PM)
I'm looking for a good source to learn CMH, is Ammar the guy to learn from?

Message: Posted by: Zednanreh (Aug 9, 2003 03:35PM)
Ammar's lecture notes on it are pretty useful. Only problem with them is you don't get an understanding of the flow of motion from text. I recommend Harlan's Rubber Band Magic vol 1. I hope this helps.

- Alex
Message: Posted by: ludmer (Aug 14, 2003 03:33PM)
Ammar classic renditions 2... the best!
Message: Posted by: thehawk (Sep 17, 2003 09:20PM)
I believe a combination of Ammar and Harlan but if I had to choose one take Harlan and learn Back together and the disappearing band.