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Jaxon
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Thanks so much GWSchott. I love it when I find out others are getting good reactions from my the stuff I've released.

I mentioned this in the other discussion about this routine but I'll mention it here too. I originally released this to Café Members only at a special price. That will end today because tomorrow I'm releasing it on my site and the price will go up to $15. So if you've been thinking about getting the E-book and want to save that $5 you should pick it up today. Tomorrow the link from here on the Café won't work anymore and you'll have to go to my site to find it.

Thanks so much. I'm glad it's being so well received.

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Buzz
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I love the flipper half. Once you get comfortable with the handleing and flick,you can mix it up with real coins to really confuse the spectator. Everytime it becomes one, you can say things like,No, you weren't paying attention its over here .It really screws with peoples heads. I might have to get the gravity coin and give that one a try. Just carrying it around and fooling with these,really gets the creative juices flowing. Lots of fun.
GWSchott
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Shortly after getting my Johnson flipper I swapped out the stock r***er b**d for one of lighter weight. The result? A flipper that opens easily without the need for any 'flicking' motion and one that lays flat without snapping shut. For me it works much, much better this way and is a thousand times easier to handle. The thing I like about the Johnson is that it's a nice combination of quality and price. It's the one I use when I'm working over hard ground, or doing a routine that could cause possible damage to the gimmick. Even though the $30 I paid for it wasn't cheap, it's cheap enough where I won't cry my eyes out if I drop it on the ground, which is exactly what I'd do if I ever dropped my Schoolcraft flipper!
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GG
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Has anybody ever tried to do David Roths coins thru table using the flipper, instead of a folder ?,And if so how does it go over, any problems, I'm looking to do this in a bar type setting.
GG
Aspology
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I've seen a very nice flipper coin-trick by Joshua Jay where he let 3 coins disappear
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Kjellstrom
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9TITOoHwTM

"This capture was done 1966, after I received the Flipper Coin that Eddy Taytelbaum custommade for me, using an old Danish DKK 2."
erichoudini
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I recently purchased a Lassen Triple Threat coin gaff and David Neighbors has kindly added me to a list to purchase the book by Mark Tams on the topic when it comes out. I recently also purchased and am awaiting the arrival of a Lassen Morgan Magnetic Gravity Flipper and am wondering if Mr. Tam’s book will contain instructions/routines for which the Magnetic Gravity Flipper can also be used? I would appreciate any suggestions of videos or dvd tutorials which I could access or purchase for my Magnetic Gravity Flipper. I am a relative newcomer to coin magic. Thank you.
Eric.
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Hi Eric,
No I think it will be all 3 T. routines ! But I do Have a few Flipper coin routines In the 1 St . hard bound ! Smile
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erichoudini
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Thanks Mr. Neighbors.
Eric.
David Neighbors
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Your Welcome ! Smile And there will be A Few In the 2 Th. Vol. as well.
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inigmntoya
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On May 23, 2019, erichoudini wrote:
I recently purchased a Lassen Triple Threat coin gaff and David Neighbors has kindly added me to a list to purchase the book by Mark Tams on the topic when it comes out. I recently also purchased and am awaiting the arrival of a Lassen Morgan Magnetic Gravity Flipper and am wondering if Mr. Tam’s book will contain instructions/routines for which the Magnetic Gravity Flipper can also be used? I would appreciate any suggestions of videos or dvd tutorials which I could access or purchase for my Magnetic Gravity Flipper. I am a relative newcomer to coin magic. Thank you.
Eric.


Dean Dill (Flip It) and Craig Petty (Flipped Out) have DVDs that focus specifically on the flipper, and Eric Jones has a lot of work on it as well.
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Thank you for the suggestions inigmntoya.
Eric.
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