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Profile of VcosNJ
This has probably been asked a billion times so if there is a subject on this already, I apologize. Anyway, just like that credit card commercial, what do you have in your wallet for that impromptu situation? When a spectator asks, show me a trick, are you prepared? Leave the cards at home, since that will never fit in your wallet. No TT's either unless you've got a soft one but I wouldn't be carrying it. Same with spongeballs. Anyway, here's what I carry:
-Wonderland Bill
-Hundy 500 gimmick
-A few coins for some vanishes and reproductions
-Improv Nightshades gimmick
-One of Ford's credit card tricks.
Anyway, I need a card to wallet. Maybe that's the one thing I'm missing..
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Ferndown, Dorset, UK
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Profile of Clarioneer
6 Cards
Rubber Bands incl 1 star shaped
Pad of Flash Paper
All in a Stealth Wallet
catch you later

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Profile of Dawai
Parodox Bill,Dollar Bills,Business Cards,Credit Card w/your name on it.
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Profile of BLSmagic
In my wallet, Hundy 500 by Gregory Wilson and MagiCard by Mark Jenest.
Other than that, 2 sponge balls in my pocket and rubberbands on my wrist and just in case, a loop on my wrist as well. (+ Maybe a couple of coins.)
My screen name has changed to "Bryan Swaringen."
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I predict that I now have
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Profile of Nicholas
Improve Nightshades gimmick
Kolossal Killer set-up
Dollar bill with serial number memorized.
A couple of business cards for imprompu effects.
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New Zealand
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Profile of theothemagician
Hi ,
I always carry in my wallet a couple of prepared cards to do Osmoses linking cards, a couple of card warps and the ballpen penetrating two cards , which is hard to explain , but it's good.
Regards Theo
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Surrey, UK
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Profile of sjdavison
A bent coin, s**** writer, some business cards. All set for a solid metalism session!

Simon, 32, UK
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Profile of gngorick
-->Several bills
-->A couple of Rubberbands
-->Some Post-it Notes for Pencil Thru Dollar
-->3 Canadian Quarters (just incase I forget to bring my American coins that day <- impossible I know)
-->A prediction
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England, UK
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Profile of Mehtas
Coin Unique

Paper to Banknote

Swadling changing card

few rubberbands

Kanibal Kards bought from supreme magic.

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A stack of
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Profile of evolve629
Two Dollar Window
Power Lunch by Ray Cooper - business cards and toothpicks
US Half Dollar to do the Messiah Vanish by Jay Sankey
Post-It Notes to do Dough! by Jay Sankey (usu. there's a No. 2 pencil around)
Holy Moly by Jay Sankey
One hundred percent of the shots you don't take don't go in - Wayne Gretzky
My favorite part is putting the gaffs in the spectators gives you that warm fuzzy feeling inside! - Bob Kohler
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Michael Miller
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Profile of kerpa
A red ribbon tightly wound to save space, to do some ribbon and ring effects.
Linking key rings (made by myself, following Sankey's 3 Ring Circus)
A deck of cards in the back pocket (esp for Dr Daley's Last Trick,
Vernon's Twisting The Aces, and working on Marlo's Estimation Aces)
and, lately - carrying an Okito box with 4 Standing Liberty Half Dollars
(still working on this one though)

Of the above, recently I've been getting some of the best reactions from the ribbon and rings.

a/k/a Michael Miller
Chicago area
Michael Miller
(Michael Merlin: original family --and stage-- name)
Jeff Corn
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Profile of Jeff Corn
At any given time, all I carry are a few rubber bands, between 2 and 4 Half Dollars, occasionally a Centavo to do my variation on Wild Coin, and some cards. If I have my bag, it's loaded with everything from forks, to extra cards to force on a spec so that I'm not ruining my deck with every trick.
Yes, that is my real name. Yes, I am a real person. No, you probably won't agree with me.
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Profile of kidabra
Illuminati, Heirloom stored in a Pimpernal Notecase.
Of course not to mention money, I.D, credit card, driver's license, family photo etc etc.
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Profile of rmoraleta
Wonderland Peso Bill
Business cards

I wonder how you keep your coins inside your wallet because mine are inside a purse.
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So. Cal
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Profile of milamber
I generally carry a Hundy 500 gimmick, a few bills (different denominations), a few rubberbands and a couple of paperclips (for Daniel Garcia's ClipTrip).
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Bristol, VA
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Profile of elasmac
I keep a double backed card and a double face card.
There are three things I love in life. Family and friends and magic. So I love doing magic for friends and family.

kihei kid
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Dog House
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Pride and Joy.
In loving memory of Hughie Thomasson 1952-2007.

You brought something beautiful to this world, you touched my heart, my soul and my life. You will be greatly missed.

Until we meet again “my old friend”.
Michael Bilkis
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Profile of Michael Bilkis
Dice, nuts and bolts, string for ring on string, deck of cards, pyroperception and cigarette lighter, index cars for mentalism. The advantage of a fanny pack.
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Profile of HatTrix
I carry

-two rubber bands *crazy mans handcuffs*
-coins for vanishes reproduction and my coins accross routine
-and a sticky notes in my wallet and a pen.
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Profile of Shalin
Bills ranging from 1-100 dollars, coins for vanishes and reproductions, sticky notes for mentalism, color monte, some string, and rubber bands.

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