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Jonathan Townsend
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On 2006-02-28 17:31, themagicman101 wrote:
...I think I might incorparate that into my act. ...


Rannie, how do you feel about this? Is it up for use by all?
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Cory Gallupe
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Well, it is a commercial effect is it not??? Its in Bobos.
Jonathan Townsend
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Rannie's ending is NOT in Bobo's.

There are plenty of other coins in glass routines to explore.

If you ask Rannie directly, he might choose to offer you both his permision and some help doing his version.
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On 2006-02-28 20:20, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Rannie's ending is NOT in Bobo's.


And a couple of other moves...

magicman.....come on
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On 2006-02-28 20:20, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Rannie's ending is NOT in Bobo's.

There are plenty of other coins in glass routines to explore.

If you ask Rannie directly, he might choose to offer you both his permision and some help doing his version.


ohh,I see what you mean. No, I wasnt going to use Rannies ending, and Im not even going to do his routine. Im just going to look at the one in Bobos and maybe incorparate that into my act if its good enough. I wasnt going to take the vanishing glass idea. Altho that is a great ending!
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Off the top of my head I can think of two STUNNING coins to glass routines in books and one more sold separately if you want to buy it.

The coins to glass in Bobo's using the jacket is a winner if you have a long torso.

The Ramsay routine is very nice and introduces you to a wonderful prop called a coin stand.

The last item is a John Kennedy thing that is lots of fun.

And you are free to incorporate the ideas of all three into one routine if that suits you.

:)
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David Roth has a nice bit on one of his videos (a lecture video, but not the free one from L&L). He uses a Champagne glass so that he can give the impression that his hand isn't over the top of the glass.

David Harkey has a method where the hand IS NOT over the top of the glass. It's called "Over The Top", and having seen David do it live, I can attest that it IS possile and it looks great.
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On 2006-02-28 15:40, Darrin Cook wrote:
Magaling! Excellent handling, and I missed the glass vanish even though I read about it first.

Do you use Filipino coins? I found some old peso coins a little larger than half-dollars. The only problem is that the metal feels very slick. I have a bunch of the new "gold" five peso coins, but they're awfully small.


Salamat Darrin ! Yes I do use Filipino coins but I use any coin that looks great. Those old coins you have is pretty rare. I wonder where you got them. The 5 peso coins look great but you are right they are pretty small.

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On 2006-02-28 18:13, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
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On 2006-02-28 17:31, themagicman101 wrote:
...I think I might incorparate that into my act. ...


Rannie, how do you feel about this? Is it up for use by all?


Very thoughtful of you Jonathan. I shared this effect with you guys for you to enjoy and use. As long as you remember me everytime you do it.

Your friend,

Rannie Raymundo
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Again loved it, especially the ending. I read the effect in Bobo, but wasn't sure about how you have to hold the coin. So, I've been thinking out a new way to get the coins to the glass, and have a spectator hold the glass. But the version as it is seems ok till I get that down! Again, loved the ending. Really good thinking.
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On 2006-02-28 16:45, Godhandz wrote:
Rannie, Rannie, Rannie....

EXCELLENT WORK!!!!! I loved this routine....You're gonna force me to work on a version now....lol

Before this, I was performing David Acers Money Flies routine as described on Steven's Magic Emporium Coin Classics Vol. 1. I enjoyed your performance greatly...I hope we get to session sometime man....


Thanks Eric! Can't wait to session with you too. I loved your flash coins and I had to figure out a way to do it. Not even close, but I enjoyed thinking about it and working on it. I hope to see more man. The La Famiglia is coming out soon and I must say it was great to be along side you guys.

Rannie

PS Id love to see your version. Let me know will ya!
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The Crazy Filipino magician is at it again! Congratulations on a very visual and stunning ending. Besides from being "Crazy", I think he is the Filipino version of Armando Lucero!

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Thanks Sal,

Crazy, YES! Armando? Whew!!!!, not in a million years! That guy is way up there. Thanks for the vote of confidence though! I'll always do my best! See you Monday at the club!

Later!

Rannie
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Great Job man! Very interesting climax! Keep sending your videos!

All the best,

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Crazy! Whatever you see in that clip is really a hundred times greater when seen live and really close-up. I was able to see it done live by the Manila Enforcer himself....

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Wow Rannie - that was beautiful and stunning. Like the others, the glass ending floored me! -Dan
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Thank you Antwe and Dan! Ill be posting a new video soon. My Raytrix routine. It is a one card 4 coins matrix effect with a surprise.....

Rannie Raymundo
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"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

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Hey Rannie.. That was very entertaining with great ending. Great job .



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Thanks Zac! PM me for anything that I can do to help!

Cheers,

Rannie
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
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Very nice routine and the glass disappearing was nice and smooth. #3 was a bit dodgy, but you do it well. Excellent work!
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