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Topic: Looking for advice
Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 8, 2013 08:37PM)
I'm trying to find a bill change with some rather odd requirements.

I want it as visual as possible......iow: a minimal amount of folding.....AND.. I'm able to set it up with the Interce$$or "corner".

The change should be "bill to white paper".

This will be parlor style, and I do NOT plan on letting the bill or paper to be examined.

The borrowed to gaffed sw@@ch will be in my pocket using a joke for cover.

Then the bill will have the corner torn.

Then the bill will be changed to paper.

Then the bill will be produced from the usual impossible location.

Any ideas on a particular model of change? Thx.
Message: Posted by: InventorRu (Nov 9, 2013 08:02AM)
Although I understand the principle of the Interse$$or corner I haven't done it myself but I'm reasonably convinced you could do it with 'Copy Cash'
The reason I'm not saying it for sure is that with 'Copy Cash' you would fold the bill into 8ths(fold in half,half again and then half again) and I'm just being extra cautious wondering if a fold would interfere with the corner.
Anyway "copy cash' uses a nice little switch that if you practise turning over the final reveal you can make it look completely clean.
Hope this helps,
Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 9, 2013 10:23AM)
Yeah, never done the "corner" either. Just have a idea I'm playing with. I'll check out copy cash...thanks
Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 9, 2013 04:14PM)
Copy Cash has a few too many folds for my needs. Also, after reading InventorRu's post, I see that I wasn't clear. I'll do the sw@@ch, then tear the corner, THEN do the bill change.

So, the extra fold in Copy Cash wouldn't be a problem.

But, again, I'm looking for as few folds as possible.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Nov 9, 2013 04:58PM)
Without folding, then you can use a Himber Wallet, or the Harry Anderson Himber Wallet that will allow the spectator to hold the wallet and open it to find the blank paper with missing corner.
Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 9, 2013 07:39PM)
Thanks Bill, but I don't think that's very visual.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Nov 9, 2013 07:55PM)
I wish you luck on coming up with your idea. I really think if there was a way it would have been invented already, but maybe you can create something new.

Maybe you will find something in the book "Switch" which is a book dedicated to dollar bill switches.

Here is a review:
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Nov 9, 2013 08:44PM)
Spritz Switch:




The Mobius Switch:


Juan Hundred Dollar Bill Switch:

Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 9, 2013 11:26PM)

There's definately a couple of possibles. Spritz and Mobius seem like things to check. Thanks
Message: Posted by: dduane (Nov 28, 2013 06:57PM)
For no apparent folding, I like the Juan Hundred Dollar Bill Switch.
Message: Posted by: brody (Nov 30, 2013 08:10AM)
Well, I'll take a look at that Juan.