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The Naked Magician
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Hey guys, I know this is proberly posted all over the place on the café, but sometimes the best way to get the answer you want is to ask it yourself. So I want to learn the classic watch steal. Being a close-up magician I guess its a skill that you must know!
So Can anyone suggest the ultimate method, as I know there are a load of them out, but perhaps a book? like 'Switch' for the $100 bill change , just with the watch steal?
Thanks All

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Daniel Nicholls
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Matt Dowden has a pretty good description out the on his Part Animal set.
Close your eyes. Open your senses.
NJJ
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The Watch Steal DVD by the late Chappy Brazil has everything you need.
dabah2014
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I've tried to pickpocket in card tricks before and its very risky when surrounded.
obuch
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Get chappy Smile
john scot
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Quote:
On 2008-10-20 04:10, Nicholas J. Johnson wrote:
The Watch Steal DVD by the late Chappy Brazil has everything you need.


Is it worth getting if one has aldready got Freedman's Stealing the Show DVD?
James Harrison
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Yes.


Chappy gives you timing and routines to use. Where as James Freedman just gives you technique. James' video is great but for watch stealing you have to go with Chappy and Charles dvd.
john scot
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Won Chappy on eBay for 4 quid, result!
James Harrison
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Congrats!

Best four quid you'll ever spend.
john scot
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The bonus material is excellent and the out-takes are plucking absurd!
Joe Derrington-ACM
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Great Person to ask is James Freedman in the uk
his DVD is "stealing the show" it teaches a lot of stuff.
in my eyes the best pickpocket is a swedish comedy pickpocket called Bob Arno
best places to research into!
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