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Blaqmagik
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Anyone have a routine and vanish using a coinroll?

Thanks
Dan Watkins
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There is a really nice one on Jay Sankey's "Revolutionary Coin Magic" video. The whole routine uses the coin roll.
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In a recent Genii, the one with the Sphinx covers all over it, had a little shot of a page on the 'Coin Roll Vanish'(I think that was the name). All you do is roll the coin to the base of the pinky, pretend to put it in your other hand, but keep it pinched between the 3rd and 4th finger. Move the coin'd hand down and the coin out of site.
I just got that from the pictures, so it might be completly off. Give it a shot.
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Marc01
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In the Curtis Kam's first Video ,you will find nice applications for the coin roll as a spellbound move ,or as a shuttle pass.Not easy but very convincing.

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Marc
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Blaqmagik, are you referring to the coin roll flourish, or to vanishing a roll of coins?
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I like combining the palm to palm and a coin roll as part of a longer copper silver.

Instead of a vanish you get either a color change or a transposition.

It can be done with both hands if you start
with the coins in opposite positions.

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TylerErickson
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Quote:
On 2002-10-17 16:59, Dan Watkins wrote:
There is a really nice one on Jay Sankey's "Revolutionary Coin Magic" video. The whole routine uses the coin roll.


I am unsure about this.

Sankey has a routine using the Himber Vanish (as a clink pass/false count) and another routine that uses a coin roll to set-up for a HPC move.

Am I forgetting one?
Dan Watkins
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Its the coin roll to HPC one. Coin roll, HPC, Coin roll, HPC, Coin Roll, HPC, etc. Every coin going across is coin rolled
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Jonathan Townsend
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Yes, I have been playing with using the flourish as a method to vanish a coin for some time.

Think of it as bringing both hands up so the audience gets an 'underneath' view.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Chad Sanborn
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I do something I call the 'behind the scenes' vanish that makes use of a partial coin roll. The coin roll was actually meant for a vanish of a coin behind the hand. And if you are doing it correctly, you should be able to hold your hand palm up and roll the coin without it ever falling to the floor.


Chad
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