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mitchb2
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Is this okay?

http://www.mjmmagic.com/store/chop-cup-c......129.html

I'm more interested right now in a chop cup routine than I am cups and balls, but I know I'll eventually get into cups and balls.

Should I go with a combo set?
If so, is this decent?
http://www.mjmmagic.com/store/cups-balls......-52.html
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I started off with a Morrissey combo set.
I don't know how those compare to Bazar de Magia.
I think you should go with the combo, just to have the extra cups for later.

Good luck.
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The Morrissey combo set also comes in standard size as well as mini size.
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Yes, with the combo set you have the chop cup to work with immediately and the other 2 cups for later expansion into the cups and balls routine.
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Good chop cup to start with is the Ickle Pickle widemouth, or if you can splurge just a tad more, the Tim Star cup.
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mitchb2
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Thanks everyone. I ordered the combo set from MJM this morning.
And it already shipped, so I'm looking forward to it.

Since I just wear short sleeves, my next challenge will be the loads.
I'm going to make some type of ball holder after I know the exact size of the cups.

Jake...you're scary. Your Avatar is *exactly* the type of evil clown picture I wanted to use on our Halloween party invites this year.

Edit: I Googled the Ickle Pickle Cup, and it is indeed a beauty. Something to look forward to deserving.
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I received my Uday combo set today.
It's very lightweight, sort of cheesey feeling.

Must smaller than I expected, and the chop cup isn't very strong.

But for the price, I'm okay with it. I'm sure once I get addicted to the routines, I'll move up.
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I have loved and performed various chop cups over the years and my favorite so far is the leather type "yahtzee" cup at http://www.theambitiouscard.com, this cup just makes sense!
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