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CENTRALCOLUMBIA
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What is your favorite fl*pper and sh*ll routine? Mine is Craig Petty's Flipped Out from the dvd "flipped Out".
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Joshua Jay has a routine which basiclly includes 3 coins disappearing with shortsleves. Only routine I can think of off the top of my head sorry.


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Trailer looks for flipped out.
Looks pretty good.
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Its amazing
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Four coins, your hands by Dan Watkins...not sure it uses a s**** though...no Dean's Triangle by Dean Dill is probably the best.
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Any of the routine on Craig Petty's Flipped Out DVD. They are all great.
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Troy Hooser uses the combo a few times in Destroyers. Garrett Thomas has the most visually perfect Three Fly using one of these sets. I was actually trying to work one out personally, saw his, and promptly gave up because it's so clean. Josh Jay's vanish sequence is based on an effect from Destroyers, which he wrote.
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Where can I see the Garrett Thomas Three Fly? DVD? Book?
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It was on his Any Questions video. It's an older video that hasn't been put on DVD. I'm not sure if he's put it anywhere else.
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Thanks!
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Check out Troy's new lecture notes. There is a fantastic routine with a flipper coin and a purse frame. Great stuff and not very hard.
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I should be getting his notes in the mail soon.
I can't wait!!!
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I just ordered too. I ment routines using both....i only know of the hanging coins in destroyers and flipped out. do garret's use both?
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Don't forget the stuff in Troy's Silver Surf II booklet that Josh Jay wrote. All of the routines use a flipper, and several use the flipper/[ combo.
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My favorite is also Flipped out from the Flipped out DVD. An absolutely beautiful piece of magic!

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Another beautiful routine with a ] is 'cointwo' by Homer Liwag. The cool part is the routine can easily be adapted to a flipper. Actually there are several cool parts. But my favourite is the fact it's stand up. The production of the DVD is worth the price of admission. Since I'm not sure who came up with the routine first I'll simply say it bears resemblance to Troy Hooser's 'ExTROYdinary' which can be found in his book DesTROYers. Cointwo can be acquired from http://www.homerliwag.com. On a side note there will only be 1000 copies of Homer's DVD put out. So when they're gone, they're gone.

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There are 2 routines from Eric Jones that jump to mind. Oxy Clean coins and Flash coins relit...

Those are the ones that I've used...
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Check out Craig Pettys Mirage Coins set....it's got some KILLER magic that should be right up your alley. While you're at it, I'll plug my crap...lol My Fingertips Pt. 1 lecture notes contain 3 routines that utilize the flipper coin and shell that are perfect for the close up performer. A routine where three coins appear and vanish so clean, it must be Oxy Clean. The second is a production and vanish where three coins appear and vanish in a flash, in Flash Coins Re-Lit. The last item is a coins across that happens almost entirely in your spectators hands, that gradually increases in visual nature and impossibility. It really looks like an Impossible Coins Across....
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I'm only recently getting into these type of routines. I picked up a Dean's set and a matching flipper that fits the gaff. I am working on Coin 2. I've got about half the routine down. Although, I think Coin 2 would look great with 3CM. Eric have you ever played with this gaff? As far as the flipper, I also like Troy Hooser's 3 Fly that uses one. What I'd really like to see is a flipper and shell that is also gaffed like 3CM.
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I'll be honest Pepka, when I owned a Triple Threat, I only used it for bare handed assemblies. I tend to spend a lot of time working at chest height, so all moves must occur there. With this type of coin gaff, I think you're pretty limited to the ways to "open" the gaff. I've never been a fan of the standard unnest move from spellbound position for production sequences, and didn't want to use Latta's unnest move more than once in a routine. So, I decided to abandon Triple Threat for a set I thought had a bit more versitility, the flipper and shell combination.

Also, I think you're right about using Triple Threat for Coin 2. You could use the "base of the neck" dodge to end clean up the routine.
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