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Jaxon
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I've been doing this move for so long that I don't remember where I learned it or if I possibly came up with it. For some reason Slydini comes to mind when I think about it, but I think he did a move that is very similar but he did it a lot slower. I'm thinking that after I saw him do it I worked on it and started doing it faster.

I know this doesn't make such sense yet but below there's a link to a short video of the move. Watch it and I think you'll understand what I mean. I might be completely wrong. Maybe I did learn it (as performed in the video) from someone. That's why I'm posting here to see if anyone knows for sure.

I love the move because it's so visual. This short clip won't do it justice though. In real life it just appears there.

Check out the video here:
http://www.magicjax.com/cigpop.wmv

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Rennie
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I have done that before and I learned it from Slydini. He used it when doing the routine where he cuts up a cigarette and puts the tobacco and paper in his hand, as he closes his hand into a fist he does that move and pushes the cigarette through his hand..It is his way of "palming" a cigarette..
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DLF
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That was pretty slick.
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Tom Bartlett
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That is very slick! How angle proof is it, and do you know of a book the method taught?
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Retchin
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Pretty good!
esmolko
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Kent, oh
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That is also one of my favorite moves, I do it at work all the time with crayons. Really fun to do, and not too tricky. I would say it is pretty angly though
thehawk
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That looks really good.
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