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Recently I saw some magician doing visual bill changing with TT, anyone know any DVD thAT teaches this type of thing?
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You can try Sankeys "No card Tricks" DVD. It has a 2-bill transpo using a TT.

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Visi-bill might have been it...It is visual and uses a TT...Check out for the demo.
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Michael Ammar has some money magic videos.
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For the best work on the bill switch Roger Klause is the one to go to. The only dvd I know of that he explains the bill switch is the the bonus disk in Vol 3 of the Legendary Repertoire Of Michael Skinner. Roger has taught this on video. Also I can't remember what volume it is on but it is on the vhs Encores. In My opinion no one does the switch better then Roger Klause.
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Shameless plug, but if you want a VISUAL bill switch WITHOUT a TT, try Changeabill. You can find reviews HERE.
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Michael Ammar had an entire video devoted to the Bill Switch with a TT.

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Asking for a bill switch using a TT is the wrong question to ask in my opinion because it focuses on method (TT), not effect. It appears that your goal is to perform a bill switch that's "visual," so don't focus on the method used to reach that goal except to the extent that the method impacts the effect and practical considerations like angles and difficulty. If it's "visual" that you're after, I recommend Lonnie Chevrie's version entitled "Grandpa's Dollar" (it's actually a variation of Juan Pablo's version), or Fred Bertholot's "Changeabill."

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Not so many methods use the TT as part of the change. Usually just a way to get something into play and to get it out of sight later. all the coins I've dropped here
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Go to and pick up a copy of Money Morph. It is much smoother than most other tip methods. I have been using it for about 3 years now and still love it!
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I have to second Fred Bethelot's recommendation on his Changeabill DVD...
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Since we are shamelessly plugging, try Ron Bauer's #12 of the "Private Studies Series", "The Bar Bill Stunt". It is great, in my own, ever-humble, opinion. A non TT approach, WITH great presentation(s), by SEVERAL workers...

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On 2005-11-09 23:05, Paul Chosse wrote:
Since we are shamelessly plugging, try Ron Bauer's #12 of the "Private Studies Series", "The Bar Bill Stunt". It is great, in my own, ever-humble, opinion. A non TT approach, WITH great presentation(s), by SEVERAL workers...

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I have just purchased the "Bar Bill Stunt" and , while I have not worked through it yet, am extremely impressed at the level of thought that has gone into this presentation. I remember as a young person (teens) actually taking more time for this sort of effect. As a mid-life person, I seem to have drifted more to the latest trick eye-candy quick hit kind of stuff and I am really looking forward to fleshing out this presentation.

Not in the least bothered that it doesn't use a TT.

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Try Daniel Garcia's bill change where its visual and you can see a clip of it on his DVDs here: (Watch the video attached to the page.) Enjoy.
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Get the Switch Unfolding The $100 Bill Change by John Lovich. My best buy this year!
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There is a nice bill change in Darwin's TT Encyclopedia, disc 2. It's another magician teaching it, not Darwin, but I can't remember the guy's name.
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Check out the book $100 Bill Change by John Lovick. It got excellent reviews, and there's a very nice explaination of John's favorite bill switch (which does not use a TT) in a recent Genii or Magic magazine a few months back.
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Just like to "third" Changeabill... the capabilities this change has is astounding.

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You can also see a really cool bill switch at Penguin, called Greed. Gimmicked but cool. Switch is the best book if you want to learn a million ways to do one trick. It is a great book!!!! Really gets deep and if you like psychology of magic, there is a lot of that here.
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