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I concur, Deans matrix routine is good. I also recommend Ammar's Easy to Master series for 2 or 3 routines, one credited to Aldo Columbini, which is very easy but quite baffling.
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Thanks guys. Dan, I guess I will have to check out the Al Schneider routine to gain the insight of why's of the plot. I guess I just always looked at it as a very visual transposition but mĺybe there is more to it.
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There are also about 5 matrix variants in Richard Kaufmann's "Coin Magic".
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I like daniel garcias shade very much. adn yes, tom Mullica has a great matrix too. john kennedys impossible matrix is also very impressiv.
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If you want to see a different matrix, which use moves that are not use in a classic matrix routine, look for the Armando LUCERO's routine.

I was lucky to spend a few times at the french convention with him. His matrix is a masterpiece, but there is no DVD available.

The routine begin with 4 coins, then he perform with 3 then 2, and at the en, very cleanly 1 coin and 2 cards.
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My vote would also be for Richard Kaufmann's "Coin Magic". There's also a whole lot more as well.
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"Actually, I don't believe that it's on his project DVDs (but I could be mistaken). From what I had seen, he sells it as a separate effect called SH4DE. It's an amazing routine, almost like a tabled 4 coin flurry. VERY beautiful (and barehanded). "

There is a matrix routine on his project DVDs but from what I've understood it's a shorter version of the one on his SH4DE DVD. The SH4DE routine is indeed nice.
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Hi fbnc,
Thanks! I have around 80 or so Handleings! (So stop me when you see one you Like:)) I thank The most in print in one place is in My Double coin book the routines are (4 card backfire reverse, 2 card backfire reverse, sympathetic backfire ( A one card backfire to the hand!)Complete backfire reverse, Instant assembly and vanish, and succession matrix)!
There is A real easy 4 card handleing in my coinjurering book! Also A one card assembly a 4 card vanishing assembly ( Ie. the 4 coins vanish from the 4 cards!) and Some International stuff! Also An easy one card backfire Im my my Japan notes! And A cardless assembly in my Las Vegas motes! I also have some international stuff
( A 4 card reverse,A 2 card reverse, An A 1 card Reverse.) Useing The cerberus gimmick! 3 hank assemblys in my siver& the pasteboads! And There will also be some comeing up in my new book PRO-NOTES! That will be all coin production routines! And the rest is wateing in the wings! Smile! Ok that's it for now Thanks Gang!

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Check out the David Roth Expert Coin Magic Book. and also Al Schneider's book Matrix is a good sorce because you are getting the effect from the creator. Earl Nelson also had a set of notes out called "All Purpose" it was a Production and then a Matrix routine together.

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For a Chink a Chink I love watching Albert Goshmands routine with bottle tops..Sorry I know it's a coin thread Smile
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I really like the Matrix Triology by Hayashi. A very good matrix routine in several phases. It's out in a booklet in English and German, but sadly not general available outside Germany.
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