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http://magicmakersinc.com/dvds/libertycoinvanish.html

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From the magic mind of Brian Thomas Moore, Magic Makers brings you an amazing coin vanishing effect, the Liberty Coin Vanish. Brian will show you his completely original coin effect that is visually stunning!

This effect is easy to learn with step-by-step instructions from the creator himself.

Along with this amazing effect you will also learn some additional coin moves to combine with this effect to astonish your audience.


I am wondering if this uses sleeves or any gimmicks. It looks pretty good.
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Looks to me like it uses the same method as iVanish
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Yes, it could be. But his hands are so far away from his *****, unlike iVanish.
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Did he say that he's a vet? I thought I heard this... I also think perhaps long sleeves shirt is required?
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It looks awful.
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It's a one trick pony!

Not impressed!

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YUCK! Another Magic Makers stinker. Get the hint!
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That is the most unnatural looking vanish I have ever seen...
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I think it looks interesting.

If the method is "new" then it could be a great thing to add, sometimes I got bored with all standard moves that everyone does.
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On 2008-04-15 13:22, Kjellstrom wrote:
I think it looks interesting.

If the method is "new" then it could be a great thing to add, sometimes I got bored with all standard moves that everyone does.


and the odds of it being new are.....?
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That's one odd hand position. Worse than the revolution hand position.
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Not too impressive as far as I'm concerned.
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Doesn't look like anything good
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Does anyone else see what I see during the first vanish... when he opens his right hand..... can you say Whoops.....
Although I see a flash.. it is an interesting little vanish.
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So my wife watched this and she has been in this business a long time with me and has seen a lot, besides it being Magic Fakers she said that it looks like a nice vanish as long as it is practicle. So I guess I am wondering why everyone is saying it looks bad. LOL is this from a magicians stand point or Layman stand point? Or is it because he looks mad in the video(not mad as in angry)!

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It is not a natural position to hold a coin. Dai Vernon would have been ashamed of him...
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Well, to some extent I agree, however almost all vanishes are not logical, why would you pick up a coin in one hand and put it in another hand to make it vanish? Not all magic has be an exact movement of naturalness, however with this vanish if it is stand alone I don't think it is good, but if it can be worked into a routine then it might be valuable to some.
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I agree it is an interesting vanish but he flashes on the first go through in the demo video... you can see where the coin sits unfortunately.
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On 2008-04-16 06:19, sickmagic wrote:
Well, to some extent I agree, however almost all vanishes are not logical, why would you pick up a coin in one hand and put it in another hand to make it vanish? Not all magic has be an exact movement of naturalness, however with this vanish if it is stand alone I don't think it is good, but if it can be worked into a routine then it might be valuable to some.


there are plenty good vanishes that look better, so I can;t see why anyone would use this over other methods.

anyway, the why is simple as to placing the coin into the other hand. to do somthing else with the hand, its a basic principle of sleight of hand. most or all good coin guys do this.
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On 2008-04-16 07:52, Majestic12 wrote:
I agree it is an interesting vanish but he flashes on the first go through in the demo video... you can see where the coin sits unfortunately.


Yep-- big oops there. If you're going to do this sort of vanish, you're probably better off looking to Shoot Ogawa's work. I think it was on Cultural Xchange 1-- he had a 1 hand vanish-- insanely hard, but much more natural-appearing.

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