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Hansel
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Is it fare to remove the coin from the bottle with a pair of Tweezers and then do a Bobo Sw**ch?
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I wouldn't use tweezers... I would simply just give the bottle a little thrust and that coin will come out. Then yes, you can do the Bobo switch.
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On 2009-06-25 17:23, Hansel wrote:
Its fare


Everything's fair......(though not all is advisable).

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On 2009-06-25 17:23, Hansel wrote:
Its fare to remove the coin from the bottle with a pair of Tweezers and then do a Bobo Sw**ch???
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Hansel!


Did you put the coin into the bottle through the bottom? If so, then shouldn't you take it out the same way?
Wes
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Fair, Sorry about my English!
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Hansel,

I know that there is anything unfair about it. However, It looks to me like it could easily break the band that makes it work. Shaking it out works for me. Picking a tapered neck bottle is important.

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On 2009-06-25 17:23, Hansel wrote:
It's fare to remove the coin from the bottle with a pair of Tweezers and then do a Bobo Sw**ch?
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Routine uses tweezers that helps with the method as well as the eye popping visual.
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I have been usinga tweezer for a very long time. It appears to be very fair.
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On 2009-06-28 11:52, nonvpro wrote:
I have been using tweezers for a very long time. It appears to be very fair.

That sounds very interesting to me.
Would you give us some idea of your patter as you do your routine. We should be able to figure out what you are doing, thanks.

I have (for many years) done what Bob Sanders has been doing. But the more I think about it the more interested I become.

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Bob
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Using tweezers to get at a coin in a bottle strikes me as "fair". (whatever that means, but I think we all understand)

After the coin is removed from the bottle, taking the coin from the tweezers into your fist so you can toss it to the table, or worse, into your hand, strikes me as very odd. (would that be "unfair"?)
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