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Gregory The Great
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I perform a coin matrix and people just love it. I use some build up when it comes to the last coin. In the time I have been performing it I do it then move on. It worked well for me. If anyone has any tips, that would be great. Thanks
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For more on Matrix steals- see (Encore II) by M. Ammar, David Williamsons routine,A great steal I think it belongs to Ger Copper,not sure but its stealth and kills!
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For me I always perform a reverse matrix taught in Gaston Quieto's Twenty video. As far as I know the effect is pretty straight, direct and strong, four coins one in each corner of the mat, start to gather in one coin, at the end when one cin is left, they all come back to their original corners.

I've played a lot with this matrix and I found the steal very very difficult for me, so playing around I developed my own steal, I take two cards, at a time and cover first one coin with one card, and then the second, afterwards I take the left two cards, and cover the other coins.

With that covering of the coins with two cards at a time instead of four you can steal two coins if you want.

When I have some time I'll post you a video of the reverse matrix I use.

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