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L Trunk
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I'm looking to improve my sleeving. I've looked around, and from what I saw Carl Cloutier was mentioned the most. I know he has a video dedicated to sleeving, so I have that in mind already.

What do you think the best resource on sleeving is?
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Rocco has a DVD on sleeving. Patrick Page also comes to mind. Manuel Muerte does sleeving as well in his MisDirection DVD.

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Brian Platt's "Catapult" DVD would be a good addition.
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That's right! You might also want to check out Justin miller.
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Carl Cloutier is good, too. You might be able to pick up some of his older DVDs for a bargain price. 'Catapult' is a great one for coins.
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Rocco and Carl Cloutier,both have great techniques!
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Thanks for all the replies. More to practice!
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I'd start with Bobo. Lots of good info in there applicable to more than just coins. Ross Bertram has a nice section in one of his books.
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I agree Bobo's is a great place to start.

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Rocco is the most original anywhere. You should have seen his act at the Acadamy of Magical Arts award show... KILLED...
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For general sleeving ( not just coins ) I like Carl Cloutier. To me you need a kind of flair to pull of the unending magnitude of Rocco's sleeving lol
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For sleeving routines, I like the DVD "The Flicking Fingers" with Manuel Muerte.
Lots of fun as well!!!!
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Alexander de Cova has a good DVD on sleeving.

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Justin Miller has a good take on sleeving in his lecture (probably in his lecture notes, don't know for sure) and on the Silver Dreams DVD. A bonus with the Silver Dreams routine is that it is hard enough to do that most folks won't bother with it so you will be rather unique with it.
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On 2008-04-20 18:52, marty.sasaki wrote:
Justin Miller has a good take on sleeving in his lecture (probably in his lecture notes, don't know for sure) and on the Silver Dreams DVD. A bonus with the Silver Dreams routine is that it is hard enough to do that most folks won't bother with it so you will be rather unique with it.


Still pretty specific to coins, other then a few exceptions.
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Justin has also done some work on sleeving pens too. He did quite a few tricks with the pen in his lecture. You can fine more in his notes.

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On 2008-04-22 14:29, SeanD13 wrote:
Justin has also done some work on sleeving pens too. He did quite a few tricks with the pen in his lecture. You can fine more in his notes.

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yeah iv seen that, fun stuff, if you think cigars you can find the methods in print
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On 2008-04-15 21:49, Pete Biro wrote:
Rocco is the most original anywhere. You should have seen his act at the Acadamy of Magical Arts award show... KILLED...


My vote is also for Rocco, his set of DVD’s gives you the mechanics to sleeve just about anything, and I mean anything. Anyone see the Ice cream bar coming? I know I didn’t.
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Rocco and Cloutier are both great resources.

Homer Liwag's Coin2 has a version that uses sleeving and would be a great routine to practice as you walk around with 3 silver dollars.

Much easier than walking around with 3 balls.
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