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feher
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Here's my version of Coins Thru Table inspired by Troy Hooser. I wanted a Coins Thru Table where I didn't have to transfer coins from hand to hand and I end clean. I feel I have accomplished just that. I feel the cup catching the coins really adds to the effect; without it, I don't feel this would be as strong. Everything can be examined if need be. I hope you enjoy this one.
Tim

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMK8i8sA5DI
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Very good magic, and good structure.
But I wanna make a question: Why a lot of your routines start with "I wanna show you some real quick"? That line, for me, takes off a little.
Maybe it's a subtle thing, but I have that feeling.
Blesses, my friend.
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Wow. That was amazing! I loved it...Now, I want to learn Troy Hooser's routine!
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Very nice..... Smile
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On 2008-12-15 22:32, Pablo_Amira wrote:
Very good magic, and good structure.
But I wanna make a question: Why a lot of your routines start with "I wanna show you some real quick"? That line, for me, takes off a little.
Maybe it's a subtle thing, but I have that feeling.
Blesses, my friend.

Pablo,
It's just a camera thing...I don't have a spectator to talk to, so I start with that line....lol
Thanks, guys, glad you liked it.
Tim
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Tim,

Great routine. I like it quite a lot.

Your next published work perhaps?

-Allen M.
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Tim, you sneaky devil, you! As always, I watched as a spec through layman eyes, and I loved it! Then, because of what you, Smooth and the Boss have taught me, I thought of how this might be accomplished........ if I'm right, I'll say that it IS some fantastic structuring with some clever (devious) work throughout!

Coins to Glass (the first you taught me) may actually take a second position as far as my favorite Captain Feher routines go!

Excellent job, brother!

Mick
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Awesome job, Tim! Real Magic!!!
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Just wonderful, Tim...Very well done. Smile I tell ya, Werner G. Seitz would be very proud of you...I know I am. Good job, Cap'n. Smile -Mb
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I said it in a PM to Tim a while back, and I'll put it out here: Tim is becoming my favorite coin man with all these videos. Entertaining, practical, doable and logical without a lot of over-handling and unnecessary moves. Well done again.
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Feher,

That routine is fantastic! I really enjoyed watching you do that. It was very inspiring. Thank you.


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That is a very amazing routine! It is one of the most enjoyable Coins Through Table that I have seen in a while. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. I love that you end clean (an aspect so sorely lacking in some coin tricks). As a relative novice in coin magic, this trick has inspired me to continue honing my coin sleights!
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Very nice...good magic.

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feher
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WOW!! Thanks, guys.
I've been working on this for about a year, going back and forth on what I wanted to do. I knew what I wanted it to look like, but just didn't have the sequence down. As you all know, I'm not a big user of gaffs, this one in particular, but I had to use it for this. I wanted each penetration to be different and to not really transfer coins from one hand to the other. I love the way this looks. It's done with as little moves as possible. I feel the glass catching the coins really adds to the routine, it's amazing what a little sound will do to a routine.
For impromptu situations I'm sticking with my SLIDE routine, and if I have time for a little set up, this is defiantly coming out.
Thanks again. I'm glad I was able to inspire some of you. That's what it's all about, pushing each other and having fun!!!
The Captain
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MickeyPainless
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I agree the glass (sound) is a sweet touch!
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Tim defiantly coming out? lol. Definitely coming out, I believe you meant.
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To fit your salesman pitch of the other thread, maybe you should be selling the table?

A table with an invisible and undetectable trap door. Useful for gambling night, and useful for men with wives who are bad cooks; ditch the food without the little woman ever noticing, etc...
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On 2008-12-16 21:24, tgold65 wrote:
To fit your salesman pitch of the other thread, maybe you should be selling the table?

A table with an invisible and undetectable trap door. Useful for gambling night, and useful for men with wives who are bad cooks; ditch the food without the little woman ever noticing, etc...

Todd,
You're killing me over here....you're like the Energizer Bunny, you keep going and going...lol I think I should just stick with my art. Smile
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You should post it in the special guest section here. I'm sure Troy will love it as much as I did. Smile
Keep it up, Cap!

-Mark Tirone
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Oh BTW, do you work professional venues like walk-around, stand up, kids, etc? Just wondering. If you don't, then you should definitely start. You have the chops, and the spectators will be blown away with this stuff. Again, great job!

-Mark Tirone
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