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NicholasD25
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On Apr 14, 2022, karnak wrote:
I believe that it’s on Michael Ammar’s Easy to Master Money Miracles Vol. 2.


I don't mean to belabor this, but Ammar teaches it with only six coins instead of eight. IMO, this detracts from the charm of Daryl's original. Yes, each coin passes using the same sleight, but Daryl covers the patter and motivation for each coin's passing. And at the end, the audience has no clue.
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I've seen many performances of the Cross Of India and it's very rare that it's performed well. The concept is simple but unless you manage to stack the coins as you drop them down to the table it's very obvious whats going on......I actually like John Careys handling which allows for a more deceptive handling which doesn't rely on the coins being stacked so much.
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I posted a video of my take on the Cross of India.
I combine it with Tony Slydini's 2 many coins ending with
a true matrix and Curry Turnover.
Thanks to all that add to the art of coin magic.
You are appreciated.
Harris Deutsch aka dr laugh
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