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Werner G. Seitz
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Jussy, just me compliments...
There is NO telltale, especially not re the Roberts move..neither, as John called it, the *hot potato* move ..
All the moves are possible to spot for magicians knowing about them, the Ramsey sublety, whatever, what is so well covered, are the ditches.
One can't even se something one normally would se, the *size* of *something*, the *opening*, because of the black cloth.
BUT, and that is my point, it all is so well done and when seing it just a single time, it will leave anybody clueless..what else can one aim for..
Congrats
Learn a few things well.....this life is not long enough to do everything.....

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Don't get me wrong pls., re the *Ramsay Sublety* I mentioned..I ment the fake sublety after the coin was gone, so that really was a great teaser!
Learn a few things well.....this life is not long enough to do everything.....

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Werner, with all of what you said, it actually makes Jussy's "Silver Dream" all the more a thing of beauty. Smile The more I see people try to figure the mechanics, the more I realize the true brilliance of this effect. Like I said earlier, "Jussy nailed this one good." It's proved by the comments here, over and over again. Just brilliant! Smile
*Check out my latest: Gifts From The Old Country: A Mini-Magic Book, MBs Mini-Lecture on Coin Magic, The MB Tanspo PLUS, MB's Morgan, Copper Silver INC, Double Trouble, FlySki, Crimp Change - REDUX!, and other fine magic at gumroad.com/mb217magic Smile


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Thank you VERY much Werner for the link to the demo. All I can say is WOOOOOWWW Justin. What a BEAUTY you have created.

Funny, the demo didn't appear in my regular Mozilla browser. I had to unfortunately use Internet E. which I NEVER use. But, I got to see the demo.

I will be putting in my order a little later Justin, as I'm just getting ready to head to work soon. But, I will have something to look forward to later tonight.

Many thanks Justin for being willing to share this 'SOON TO BE CLASSIC' with all us Coin guys/gals.

OH, before I forget all; how does one post their 'mug' on here so we can put a face to the name. I have a promo pic I used a few years ago, that I can easily scan, but how do I post it on here?

Kind Regards...

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Thank you Popec. I will give that a try tomorrow when I have more time. Looks like I have to scan the picture in again, as I recently reformatted. Should have my 'mug' up by the weekend.

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I tried to figure this out late last night, but when I scanned the photo, it ended up a BMP. I don't know how to change it to a jpeg, so it will work on here. I will keep playing around until I figure it out, or wait for my highschool son to come home, lol.

I've now watched Silver Dream, probably about a dozen times. I am recognizing a few sleights, but still NO idea where the coins are disappearing to. My only thought; the pants are a T...t, as well as the shirt. This is a move I've never mastered, but tried many times.

I'm sure I'm wrong on that though. Just wondering if this routine could be done under 'normal' lighting, and with Toonies, lol ?

Kind Regards

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Justin N. Miller
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Smitty,
No t...t of ant kind is used. I perform it under bright lights all the time. And ANY COIN can be used!
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Guys let me tell you that in a previous post that I sent in this same threat I was a little critical about the e-book from Justin. I am very slow when learning new stuff and very detailed oriented. My lack of knowledge also did not help a lot to understand it clear at the begginnig.

I WANT TO APOLOGIZE TO JUSTIN FOR MY POST. I WAS WRONG. I REALLY MEAN IT AND I AM REALLY SORRY JUSTIN.

I went ahead and purchased the video and everything came very clear to me. I got every answer that I needed to support what I learned from the e-book.

Let me tell you that I have purchased lots of books, DVD's, e-books, downloads etc about coin magic. The Silver Dream so far is one of my favorites. "This is very true". It is a beatifull and very magical sequence.

Do not try to figure it out by posting your thoughts in the Magic Café. Do not play smart. This is a mistake and it is nor fair. Buy it and enjoy it because it is worth every dollar that you spend on it. TRUST ME. I highly recommend it to all my friends
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OK Justin, no t...t is used. I really didn't think so, to be honest. I think you're just a little 'too' smooth to need a utility item like that.

It is indeed a "beauty" of a routine; short, sweet, MAGICAL, and to the point.

I will be ordering soon Justin; just have to get the finances in order. I only work part-time due to having a disabled wife, so money is rather tight. For the time being, I will just enjoy watching the online clip, as well as your 'beautiful' Copper/Silver routine. Also VERY MAGICAL, for anyone who hasn't checked it out.

For those of you fortunate enough to have already ordered this, and are learning it, CONGRATS, from a jealous Coinguy from Ontario, lol

Keep up the GREAT work Justin!


Kindest Regards

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Thank you very much smitty.
I sent you some material.
Have you gotten them yet?
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I have seen this performed by Justin in person, it is truly amazing. All of these compliments on this forum are not exaggerated in any way. My jaw still drops when I see it.

Justin, you bring a lot to the magic world. Keep up the great work.



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Is there a way to download the Demo to the Hard Drive? Though I have a fast connection I can only view it step by step.
I have the E-Book, but would like to study the handling.
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All -

If you are truly interested in Justin's "Silver Dream" let me strongly recommend getting his ebook and a download of his 36 minute teaching video. Justin has left nothing out in the video...it is a very detailed explanation of the routine and variations of the methods to accomplish it. Even if you are familiar with the methods, what Justin does here is well worth your time to watch. You may well be inspired to do some things you haven't tried before. I strongly recommend what Justin is offered at a bargain rate.

Bill
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Bill thank you for the kind words.
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Hey Justin; received and enjoying IMMENSELY!!!

YOu are one AMAZINGLY TALENTED YOUNG MAN, and I at 50 am jealous and envious, even though I shouldn't be, lol.

God Bless ya for the INSPIRATION!

best...

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Smitty, Justin is not just a wonderfully gifted magician, but he's a heckuva nice guy too. Smile Dreams (especially the "silver" ones) do come true. Smile
*Check out my latest: Gifts From The Old Country: A Mini-Magic Book, MBs Mini-Lecture on Coin Magic, The MB Tanspo PLUS, MB's Morgan, Copper Silver INC, Double Trouble, FlySki, Crimp Change - REDUX!, and other fine magic at gumroad.com/mb217magic Smile


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MB, have you met the guy? How well do you know him? When someone makes comment about another person as a PERSON, it makes me wonder.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Mb217
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"Wonder" about what Jon? I said he's a nice guy that's all...If you must know, I know this to be true on a "personal" level. Not that that is really any of your business, with all due respect here. But since you asked such a question (and I'm sure people here are wondering why in such an instance, where there is no badgering or ill-will projected), let me ask you one - Just why would you seemingly challenge such a straightforward nicety??? Now, what exactly are you wondering, now that you have my response, "Personally" speaking that is???
*Check out my latest: Gifts From The Old Country: A Mini-Magic Book, MBs Mini-Lecture on Coin Magic, The MB Tanspo PLUS, MB's Morgan, Copper Silver INC, Double Trouble, FlySki, Crimp Change - REDUX!, and other fine magic at gumroad.com/mb217magic Smile


"Believe in YOU, and you will see the greatest magic that ever was." -Mb Smile
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In reply to the general question Marion evaded by going on the offensive...

I don't talk about people unless I have met them in person and know how they are. That takes a while. Once you do get to know a person it probably makes good sense to be respectful of their privacy and emotional boundaries. Such is why I usually discuss people's work instead of the people themselves.

It probably serves public discourse to limit ones comments to published works and ones own reflections upon material seen in performance.

There is nothing straightforward about gossip, rumor mongering and false intimacy.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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