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Tarbell Magic
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For the Roy Benson by Starlight fans out there here's the Salt Pour and Chinese Sticks described in the book:

(I'm not the uploader by the way ... thank you to the person that did!!!)

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Thanks for the video link - it was great actually being able to watch Roy Benson in action!
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I must agree that I dis-agree of question the use of a salt shaker that appears to have as much salt or more then is re-produced. That was my thinking after watching the DVD. I personally us a very small shaker to bring home the fact that I am producing more salt then is vanished. So the audience ask as wells a the performer, "where is all this salt coming from"?

I like the gimmick and thank Levent for making it possible to be in the reach of everyone.

Oh my, just watched the video and want to thank the person who made this available. It was truely wonderful to watch. So that was the famous Roy Benson. He was a unique performer. Had very good ideas on presentation. Thanks again!
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How does this version (Levent) differ from the Paul Kozak product ...other than price ?

I personally thought Fred Kaps presentation was Ok ? his showmanship was better than his technique ,But the ending didn't leave much to the Imagination as to were the gaff went.

Sadly the Salt pour like the snow storm is simply to messy for todays performer.

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Difference between the two? Well shape, size, material made from, weight, length of neck and size of hole, and capacity. Other than that they are identical! What is the difference between a Chevy Nova and a Mercedes CL?

As to mess, the trick can be performed and leave little to absolutely no mess to clean up. It does take some thinking, staging, and blocking.
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