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Topic: Do yuo have a favorite Copper Silver Brass routine?
Message: Posted by: swayne100 (Jan 29, 2016 08:48AM)
If so, I'd love to hear what it is!
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Jan 29, 2016 09:42AM)
Yea I do! One where they All vanish At the End! And one where they All change at the end! Both End Clean! :)
Message: Posted by: inigmntoya (Jan 29, 2016 10:06AM)
Bob Sheets' "Triple Transpo"
Message: Posted by: NicholasD (Jan 29, 2016 02:24PM)
I second the Bob Sheets routine. I also like Luis Peidrahita's routine on the Grupokaps website.
Message: Posted by: J-Mac (Jan 30, 2016 12:39AM)
Scott Guinn's "Pouched CSB". It is in his ebook, "My Best to You - Vol. 2 Coins"

Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Jan 30, 2016 01:31AM)
Some great ones so far. I kind of like Doc Eason's. It has some great patter in it.

Due to my set being made the way it is, I guess I will be going with Mark Mason's routine in the future. I saw him at Magi-Fest today and he is going to send me a replacement instruction sheet for the one I lost. :-) (along with the 1921 Morgan Triception set my wife bought me because she is the most wonderful wife in the world - and I am not just saying that because she gave me her credit card and sent me off to a convention for a day) :-) :gift:
Message: Posted by: Tommytallica (Jan 30, 2016 04:08AM)
The atomic coin by Pipo Villanueva.
My favorite routine with the csb gaff
Message: Posted by: jonnyboy (Jan 30, 2016 10:49PM)
Hein's Catchup. A great multiphase routine.
Message: Posted by: Stephon Johnson (Jan 31, 2016 02:00AM)
Paul Green "In The Trenches" DVD. It is a 2C 1S set he uses, but a CSB could be used.
It ends clean, and reset. Great strolling routine.
Message: Posted by: funsway (Jan 31, 2016 04:00AM)
I do an effect called "Three for All" with a story about three kids with a different nationality getting in trouble at school.

Multiple phases other than the traditional approach including using coins handled by spectators.

Several unique features and original moves/sleights that trip up magicians as well as lay folks.

I mention this to encourage you to think beyond what has come before -- but that is where you start.

Check out Will Pei's DVD of course.
Message: Posted by: Robert M (Jan 31, 2016 07:30PM)
Okay... against my better judgement, I'm going to post this for all to see.

I've learned from past experience that when you post something really good on the Café it almost always gets overlooked, so I think I'm safe. :)

My CSB routine is based on Pete Biro's routine in the instructions to Joe Porper's "Poker Chip Surprise." It's based on Connie Hayden's routine in Bobo.

I've been using this CSB routine for years. No going to the pockets. You just need a good Himber switch coin purse.

Message: Posted by: magojose| (Feb 5, 2016 10:08PM)
As far as I know, one of the best unusual routines for CSB is Dave Neighbors Triple Agent from his hardbound book......what a way to think out of the box!
Message: Posted by: Peckham (Feb 6, 2016 11:02AM)
3 Wishes/Lycanthrop Moon by Prof BC is neat.
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Feb 6, 2016 05:10PM)
Hay Thanks Magojosel,

But A reg. C.S.B. Will not Work for that Routine! :( You need A Solid C.S.B. Or a 2 copper, One Silver For it!
Message: Posted by: JohnnyPD (Feb 11, 2016 07:38PM)
Wow, I can see that I've got lots of choices of routines to look into further, but as funsway said, "You start there..." And since I'm pretty much just starting on my magical performing journey (I came to the party late... in life, but not TOO late, almost a year ago) I'm making sure I learn to crawl first before I try standing up and taking a step forward. It'll be nice to walk some day and maybe... if I work REAL hard and I'm patient... then maybe one day before the big wizard in the sky pulls the curtain on me, I'll maybe get to run for just a little ways.

I'll have to look for some of these performances, but nothing more than that for now, cause I'm still crawling. You want me to try standing so I can fall flat on my face? Yea, that'd be REAL funny... HA HA! I can't even do a simple Spellbound yet, but I'm working on that one. Crawling first and then maybe some baby steps down the road.
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Feb 11, 2016 09:45PM)
My 1 St. Routine Where they all Vanish at the end Is Not That hard! But If You don't Have Bobo's Coin Magic Yet. Get that 1 St.
Message: Posted by: magojose| (Feb 12, 2016 06:09PM)
[quote]On Feb 6, 2016, David Neighbors wrote:
Hay Thanks Magojosel,

But A reg. C.S.B. Will not Work for that Routine! :( You need A Solid C.S.B. Or a 2 copper, One Silver For it! [/quote]

I take your advice from an older thread where you said that getting a solid CSB is the best way to get the best from both worlds due the fact that it let's you some handlings that done with a "holed" CBS you just could not.
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Feb 12, 2016 07:02PM)
Yea Great man! I have 2 Routines With A Reg. C.S.B. And around 15-20 or so With a Solid C.S.B. :)
Message: Posted by: jcrabtree2007 (Feb 22, 2016 01:59AM)
I like the Mark Mason's Orient Express using Chinese Coins. The different colors make the routine very easy to follow.
Message: Posted by: Stephon Johnson (Feb 24, 2016 03:10PM)
I started with Paul Green's 2 copper 1 silver. I have added my own spin! Mine starts clean, no pocket work, ring in and out the gaff to ends clean AND RESET! I wanted to have a wish list going into creating and scripting my routine. I LOVE IT! Maybe I will video it sometime.
Message: Posted by: Michael Rubinstein (Feb 27, 2016 05:32PM)
I do an ungaffed CSB routine that only uses three coins, very clean moves, and can be extended to include an international coins across. Look for it in my Penguin Live lecture.
Message: Posted by: Leo H (Feb 27, 2016 07:54PM)
I like Bannon's Aztec Orient Express from his book Smoke and Mirrors. You do go to the pocket once at the end but it's a small price to pay.
Message: Posted by: jamo425 (Mar 15, 2016 11:56PM)
S.a.n.d.y. by Bill malone is one of my favorites at the moment. Dave neighbors actually came up with the routine, I'm not sure if bill reworked the handling or it is completely dave's routine. But it is still great nonetheless. It uses a 2c 1s gimmick and can be found on bill malone's "here we go again vol. 2".
Message: Posted by: David Neighbors (Mar 16, 2016 01:52AM)
Hay Jamo425
The Routine Bill is doing On The DVD Is about 99 % Mine! All Bill did was Change The Timing Just a little On The Clip steal! That Is the hard to get away Move of the Routine! I have Reworked The Handling So you don't Need To use The clip steal Any more! It will be In Vol. No. 2. Of my Hard Bound Book! Along With A TON of other Coins Across Routines!

I also Have A Stand-up No table Handling Of Sandy In one of My Lecture Notes! P.M. Me for More Info! :)

And Thanks Man!

And You Can also Use a Solid C.S.B. For It! :)