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rannie
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I saw Troy at the Castle last month and he was great. I have seen other works on the flipper , even the guy in the next show after Troy's, but I think Troy was better.

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Troy lectured here. I bought all his DVD's and book. There is so much stuff, it is easy to find something to fit your performance style. I did.
I bought a US Eisenhower Silver dollar flipper from SASCO. These are BIG. To me these seem more real. That is because I grew up in the 70's when these were in circulation. And most of the people I work for are about my age and can relate to them. It can start a good conversation or "patter" theme.
All of this is worth whatever price you pay for it.

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Garrett Thomas uses a flipper coin and shell set in his Visible Coins Across routine. Garretts VCA is extremely technically demanding, even though it is gaffed to the hilt.

I personally use the set for my variation of Doug Brewers The Hook routine, and in my Flash Coins Revisited routine which can be seen on http://www.magicshane.com
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On 2001-10-31 01:08, Bernard Sim wrote:
Hi Ricky, for the last coin in your routine, use Elvind’s Pentium vanish. It is very clean. Smile


Where can Elvind’s Pentium vanish be found?

Many thanks,
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On 2001-10-29 17:00, Tom Cutts wrote:
And so starts another case of pennies envy. Smile


That pretty much made my day.
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I recommend the Butter coin, it comes with a DVD that teaches you really cool effects such as visibly penetrating a half dollar through a GLASS table, the butter is a flipper coin, rub-away coin, bite-out coin, and folding coin, but its much much better. highly recommended-around $30
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On 2005-07-16 00:07, magicmafia22 wrote:
I recommend the Butter coin, it comes with a DVD that teaches you really cool effects such as visibly penetrating a half dollar through a GLASS table, the butter is a flipper coin, rub-away coin, bite-out coin, and folding coin, but its much much better. highly recommended-around $30


I heard that quality of this varied greatly and there were some not so terrific reviews about it.
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I have 37 routines With A fliper coin! 25 with A reg. fliper And 12 with A magnetic
fliper! Hopefuly I will have them in print One of these Years!:)! And Matrix with a Fliper? Yea I have 7 routines Smile!


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My hope would be for more magnetic flipper material and that you publish by the time I work thru "Sound Routines." Thanks.
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Hi Ehands,
I will try! But it takes so long to get someone To write the stuff up!!!
( As I don't Write it up myself!) And any of the Reg. Fliper coin stuff Can be done With A Magnetic Fliper! Just not the outher way A round! Ok Thanks Man!


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On 2005-07-26 17:51, David Neighbors wrote:
And any of the Reg. Fliper coin stuff Can be done With A Magnetic Fliper! Just not the outher way A round!


Thanks, David! I hope your creativity will focus a bit however on opening the magnetic flipper. It requires either a ferrous or another magnetic object in the hand. I am trying to use the magnetic coin Swadling that supplies, the rim of a purse, or a shimmed coin for different openings. When I am down to one coin, a vanish is the only thing left for me. I feel that opening the magnetic version deserves some special thought.
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Hi EHands,
You just need one that's some what lose! Tod made mine And it pops open real easy!


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I only do one trick with the flipper as a quick opener. I show the two coins and then casually toss them into a martini glass. I then immediately empty the glass and then make the disappeared coin reappear somewhere else. Best done with your sleeves rolled up, no watch and rings. Its eye popping stuff!
If you're not looking for it you won't find it!
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leko
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The Pentium Vanish can be found in Elvind Lowig's book "Stand-up Coin Power".
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On 2010-07-26 21:00, shaneking wrote:
I only do one trick with the flipper as a quick opener. I show the two coins and then casually toss them into a martini glass. I then immediately empty the glass and then make the disappeared coin reappear somewhere else. Best done with your sleeves rolled up, no watch and rings. Its eye popping stuff!


Hey Shane,

what do you do with other coin?
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John Long
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Check out Jaxon's Flip-m-Out. It is a coins across w/the coins being put in the spectators hands; nice routining. The first few phases are also in M Power's book (I forget the name)

John
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Dan Watkin's video 'Coin Man Walking' has a couple excellent routines using a flipper coin.
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I heard from a friend that anecdotal evidence is actually quite reliable.
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Nobody has mentioned it, so I will. Flipped Out by Craig Petty is a fine DVD, I think. All flipper routines using a gravity flipper.
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