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Poof-Daddy
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The fold in the original link of this thread does not look hard to do at all.does it seem like a problem to duplicate?
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Thanks Mike Powers, because of your last post, I will definitly buy the book Smile

Even if euro currency may not have the good ratio, I think it is a must have for me( I love topological effect) and it will work with any paper (Belgium , uk, american...Smile
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Hey thanks for the link !
Will buy it very soon. I think it is difficult to follow/do from the folding fooling book.
Too bad it doesn't work with euro but it is ok.

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It is possible but why should you fold a bill like that?
it looks upracticle but also verry beatiful
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Looks pretty neat, but it's fairly difficult to do this fold quickly. A friend did it in four hours on the first try. Then got it down to 10 minutes, so far.
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On 2003-02-03 09:59, ixnay66 wrote:
Like I said, there are no cuts. The bill is torn and folded in and pulled through.

And the difference between "cuts" and "tears" as regards method is what exactly?

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Greg was going to put this on his video but he said it would have taken too long to explain.

Did Mr. Neale have anything to say about someone putting his method on a video? It seems odd he'd allow someone to teach on a video something he was planning on publishing...
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I had some communication with Bob about this around four or five years ago. He told me that he did not want anyone teaching the Braid as he planned to make a video himself (which he now has).

I've been braiding bills for years, and it's still one of my favourite things to do. There is a video of me braiding a bill on the H&R website (and also at http://www.virtualmagicshow.com )

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I'm currently working on a routine based on this shape for my street performance act.
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On 2003-02-16 05:16, papawemba wrote:
You can find the "orgami rabbit" (in the hat ?) in Robert Neale's book "Folding money fooling" !
I put a thread on this book "in the good, garbage..." and it seems to be a nice book
Smile but doesn't work for bill which has not a 7:3 ratio (dollar) Smile


Hi Nico, Not clear what you're talking about on the above. If you talk about the bunny, you're wrong, I made one with a 20 euro bill. Drop by and have a look whenever you want.
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On 2009-07-07 12:16, streetcoin wrote:
It is possible but why should you fold a bill like that?
it looks upracticle but also verry beatiful


What do you think about the ultimate mismade bill?
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