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TheAmbitiousCard
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I heard a rumor that JP has a chop cup to match their cups and balls cups?

If so, do they have a website, how much is it, etc.?

I cannot find them on the web.
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Johnson makes all kinds of coins and things most folks never get to see. You need to find a dealer with a current price list.

The average web site carries 10-25 johnson products, and I think there are between 75 and 100 or more available.

E-mail Howard at the magicwarehouse. He will
get it for you cheapest if it's available from Johnson.
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Mike Caveney's website:
http://www.mcmagicwords.com
has had the announcement of a Johnson Products chop cup that matches the cup sets for a long time. A matching brass wand is also in the works. There are two Johnson Products chop cups listed for auction on Ebay with an opening bid amount of $74.95.
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Magicwarehouse, now in stock.
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Both are listed at Hocus Pocus. The Chop cup is $80 and the wand $40 as I recall, but I could be off by a bit. The wand looks really cool--brass with ridges to match the cups, comes apart at the center for packing, and the wand is actually "chopped" as well! I'll be getting both of these!
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Excuse my ignorance here Scott,

but what is the purpose of having the wand chopped. I mean I know there is an effect with a coin shell that can be used in cojunction with this, but I don't see how to use this with the chop cup.

Please bring in the light.

Thanks,

Carlos
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Well, that would be difficult without revealing the method, but suffice to say it would facilitate loads and steals.
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You know...I'm not really a big chop cup fan but it would be fun to think about what you could do with a chopped ball and the Johnson wand with a regular set of cups in a cups and balls routine.
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