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Topic: Recommend stand up coin effect?
Message: Posted by: Hood (Aug 10, 2010 04:07PM)
Somewhat new to coins but want to add a coin effect to my stand up parlour/tradeshow routine, I was looking for any ideas, it would have to be able to do surrounded and off the table so viewable. Any ideas would be awesome.
Thanks
Message: Posted by: Jaz (Aug 10, 2010 05:11PM)
Edit: Didn't notice this was I 'Trick coin trickery'.

No Trick Coins:

Sankey's "No Jacket Required".
Roth's “Down the Sleeve”.
Message: Posted by: kerpa (Aug 10, 2010 05:24PM)
Hooser's Charming Chinese Challenge kills. (no trick coins, just a trick mind.)
Message: Posted by: Andrew Zuber (Aug 10, 2010 05:55PM)
I think quite a few of David Roth's coin and silk routines work surrounded. The ones I know of are on Volume 2 of his Ultimate Coin Magic Collection.
Message: Posted by: Curtis Kam (Aug 10, 2010 08:21PM)
Have a look at the various coins to glass routines. The sound of the coins in the glass helps the effect play bigger. In print, there's David Acer's, Fred Kaps', Dai Vernon's and John Carney's routines. David Roth and Mike Gallo have recently put very good routines on video.

For tradeshow work, I like the coin in the bottle. Again, sound is a factor, and the effect is a good crowd builder. See the Ammar routine.
Message: Posted by: Andrew Zuber (Aug 11, 2010 08:43AM)
I'll second Curtis' recommendation on John Carney's routine. It's called Silver and Glass and it's absolutely gorgeous.
Message: Posted by: Vlad_77 (Aug 11, 2010 09:00AM)
Paul Green's "Above, Beside, or Below" is WONDERFUL routine and meets all of your criteria Hood :)

And, I will "third" Curtis Kam's suggestion. Also, since he is modest, I would urge you to check out HIS work. Curtis Kam is one of the most accomplished sleight of hand artists and ENTERTAINERS extant.

Ahimsa,
Vlad
Message: Posted by: funsway (Aug 11, 2010 10:07AM)
There are many effects that can be performed surrounded using the Tango T.U.C. -- and more effects being developed all the time, so it's hard to go wrong.
Message: Posted by: doug brewer (Aug 11, 2010 10:50AM)
I nominate Curtis Kam's "Full Circle" routine.
Message: Posted by: Hood (Aug 11, 2010 06:17PM)
Coin to glass sounds like it will work out great, I just saw the TUC and was looking at that, I suppose you could do a coin to glass with that as well or no? Thanks for the tips.
Message: Posted by: cperkins (Aug 11, 2010 07:27PM)
Stand up...How about Homer's Coin Two?
Message: Posted by: Bambu (Aug 11, 2010 08:20PM)
You might want to check "Audio" and "OxyClean" by Eric Jones, there are very good stand up coin routines with not difficult sleights.
Message: Posted by: Vlad_77 (Aug 11, 2010 09:04PM)
3 Fly III or one of the fingertips coins across variants

Curtis Kam has a great routine in Apocalypse called Inferential C/S Transposition. I wonder if you remember that one Mr. Kam? KILLER routine :)

This next routine is bill and coin transposition that is impossibly clean looking. Check out Cameron Francis' Exchange Rate DVD. Exchange Rate is the main routine on the DVD - the other stuff is great too BTW - and the transposition is truly a thing of beauty. Highly visual and there is NO mistaking where the bill and coin are before the transposition because the transposition happens at the fingertips.

Namaste,
Vlad
Message: Posted by: cperkins (Aug 11, 2010 09:29PM)
Ramrocha...(tic cha).