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Koudai Iwatou
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Hi, I'm Broccoli from Japan in Tokyo.
Here is my new video that is called "Cylinder and Coins".

Cylinder and Coins
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fqlsf3_I5mk

If you enjoy it, I am glad.

Regards.

Broccoli.
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Bravo Broccoli! Subarashi! I love it so much!
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
aka The Boss
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Paul Wilson had an interesting thought on this routine on his new DVD's. Wilson said that once you start to vanish the coins you should move in rather brisk phase cos it doesn't take too long for the spectators to start to wonder where the coins are really. I kinda agree him on this one. Beautifully performed but the phase is so slow that people will have too much time looking for the places for the coins to be hidden. Especially cos the Ramsay take is done so slowly. Nice work anyway.

J-M
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Paul Wilson had an interesting thought on this routine on his new DVD's. Wilson said that once you start to vanish the coins you should move in rather brisk phase cos it doesn't take too long for the spectators to start to wonder where the coins are really. I kinda agree him on this one. Beautifully performed but the phase is so slow that people will have too much time looking for the places for the coins to be hidden. Especially cos the Ramsay take is done so slowly. Nice work anyway.

J-M
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Another wonderful presentation by my friend Broccoli!
BTW, I had a nice talk with Rannie the other night and he had very nice things to say about his meeting with you! Hopefully we will meet someday as well!

Mick
Koudai Iwatou
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Thank you for everybody.

Mr.Rannie>

Always thank you. I am encouraged!!

Mr.korttihai_82>

Thank you. Certainly, the vanishing phase may be a monotonous, slow rhythm. However, this rhythm of me cannot be changed easily. It might be tired of the layman(not magician) to show it. Being possible to devise it might be good a little more for the vanishing phase.

Mr.MickeyPainless>

Yes, I want also to meet a wonderful friend by all means. I wants to find the chance to the convention. Or, is there a chance of you who comes to Japan? By the way, the food of Japan is so delicious. (therefore...)

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Broccoli.
Zhang
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On 2008-08-19 13:03, korttihai_82 wrote:
Paul Wilson had an interesting thought on this routine on his new DVD's. Wilson said that once you start to vanish the coins you should move in rather brisk phase cos it doesn't take too long for the spectators to start to wonder where the coins are really. I kinda agree him on this one. Beautifully performed but the phase is so slow that people will have too much time looking for the places for the coins to be hidden. Especially cos the Ramsay take is done so slowly. Nice work anyway.

J-M


I agree with it,and I think the vanishes are done too slow and look fishy, but over all it is a nice routine.
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Hi, Mr.LF.

Thank you. Doubtfulness might certainly increase by the thing slowly done.
Let's importantly perform the tempo that sees easily next time.

Regards.

Broccoli.
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P.S.

When the star on youtube is put up if you felt the star character in me, I am very pleased.

Regards.

Broccoli.
Chris SD
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I thought the handling was good, but the false placements are done so painfully slow that it's obvious a move is taking place.

The rhythm of your shuttle pass after the first vanish is far more appropriate, and in the end, they are the exact same action; picking up a coin and placing it in the other hand.

If you can execute the vanishes at a more natural pace, I think you'll be good to go.
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Broccoli San,

I think that the vanish of the cork and the reappearance of the coins is absolutely wonderful.
Thank you for sharing this.

Tom
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