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tenofclubs
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Hello Magi,

Looking to learn Matrix, any suggestions? My friend had a David Williamson tape that had a Matrix routine on it, and I have an Ammar DVD that has one but I don't like it much. I guess I would like to start with what I think is the 'classic' matrix, with cards and coins. I would also like to move onto what I have seen a friend do, with just his hands and coins on the table.

What are the major diffrent versions (w/names hopefully) of matrix.

Peace,

Chris
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The Original...

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Al Schneider will be the guest here later in the month. He will have some good advice for you.

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Daniel Garcia has a few nice ones that are totally impromtu and require no extra coins. Check out his dvd's, they also have some other nice routines as well.
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On 2005-11-20 18:24, daddyof2 wrote:
Daniel Garcia has a few nice ones that are totally impromtu and require no extra coins. Check out his dvd's, they also have some other nice routines as well.

I believe it is Daniel's Only Four on his Project dvd vol.2/ Only four coins are used, you are totally clean. It's truly the shadow coins for the 21st century.
You can also learn The Matrix at PenguinMagic. It's an instant download. Well, most folks here at the Café don't like to shop at Penugin due to some of its practices. So perhaps you can look at their demo video, type in Penguin Magic in the search at the Café, and then make up your own mind.
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Al Schneider is the only source you need. I second that.

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I still think Al's original version is the best,
But Dean Dill has worked out some nice routines.

The no card routine is in David Roth's book under The Original Chinese Coin Assembly, and Roth too has a nice Matrix.
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Al shnider is right here at the Café for now..why don't go ahead and ask him!
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tenofclubs
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I have been reading the posts of Al Schneider about Matrix. It is all very interesting. I did not know that Matrix and Chink-A-Chink were diffrent effects. Thanks to everyone who replied to my original post.

Peace,

Chris
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