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Robert Kohler
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While I am designing a routine with my newly acquired *Tabman* wand and a copper cup, I was wondering if anyone knows of existing routines along this line?
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On 2005-03-04 15:29, Mr. Fitzwilly wrote:
While I am designing a routine with my newly acquired *Tabman* wand and a copper cup, I was wondering if anyone knows of existing routines along this line?
Earl Nelson has his Chop Cup routine, using a wand, in Mark Wilsons book: *The Chop Cup Book*.
Strange enough, it isn't in Earl Nelsons own book, Variations..
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Check out our release "cocktail surpise" a totally different cup/ball routine with a wand playing a major part. See at http://www.hocus-pocus.com under Porper products.
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Robert Kohler
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Anything in the low 2 digit range for a non-drinker?
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On 2005-03-04 22:02, Pete Biro wrote:
Check out our release "cocktail surpise" ....
He already has a wand Pete Smile
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There was a cup made years ago called "The Premier Chop Cup" that came with a very large chopstick. It had a routine such as you describe.
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On 2005-03-06 18:38, Bill Palmer wrote: There was a cup made years ago called "The Premier Chop Cup" that came with a very large chopstick. It had a routine such as you describe.


Seems like I remember that one Bill. Do you recall who made or marketed it???

Curious,

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On 2005-03-06 18:38, Bill Palmer wrote:
There was a cup made years ago called "The Premier Chop Cup" that came with a very large chopstick. It had a routine such as you describe.


Funnily enough, one was sold on eBay not long ago. A handsome cup that sold for a fairly handsome sum.
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That's mine. You will find a better photo at http://www.cupsandballsmuseum.com/chopcups.htm (fast)
or http://www.cupsandballsmuseum.com/chopcupsdu.htm (dialup)
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On 2005-03-07 00:03, Bill Palmer wrote:
That's mine.


...I should have guessed! Nice chop cup, Bill.
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Howard Hale made the Chop Cup in question with the Chopstick.
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I recently re-routined the double chop cup I have from Mikame. I use a chopstick cause it fits the premise. I call it Sakura Cups. Sakura, if I'm not mistaken means cherryblossom. The cups are from cherrywood and I want magnetised cherries.
At the end I switch for real cherries to "feed the gods" ;-)
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Robert Kohler
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Great idea - I wondering though about the switch- will it be believable from fake to real cherries?
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Doug Brewer has a wonderful chop cup routine in "The Unexpected Visitor" (book)
This routine is quick and resets fast. Good for fast paced workers.

Jason
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