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Actually, Jim - to be truly honest - I'm just setting up everything. I'm trying to influence the name of a potential marked deck Tango may introduced in the future - the Tango Ultimate Reader's Deck!

:P
My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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Mr. Tango
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I promise that TUC and TUR were my ultimates of products with ultimate as name. Good Idea Chessman Smile
Vthegreatone
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So...where's the lowest costing and fastest way to get one in half dollar size?
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bowers
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Penquin magic they are the cheapest and fastest.
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Daniel Clemente
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Or madhatter! I bought a walking liberty TUC for 130
Mr. Tango
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Sorry but this price for a walking liberty TUC is really suspect, because the magic store pay $ 120 for a walking liberty TUC. please check that the TUC was made with real silver coins
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Wow! do we have to add "Authentic TUC" to the list?

By the way, the label "Essential TUC" was the originally proposed tile for our book "TUC Appreciation" and could be considered for some new release.
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Ok, I purchased the TUC half with all my savings from the Magic Warehouse...drumroll... I am very very impressed with it. Unfortunately I look at all the coin gimmicks I have, and TUC, for me, and with my style...can replace virtually every coin gaff I have. I commend you Mr. Tango...I tip my hat to you. Now, I have to save up a few months for the copper/silver half sized TUC and I can virtually do almost EVERY routine I have at the bar.

The TUC replaced my FL***ER...my SH***, and once I am able to afford the C/S... my Scotch and Soda set. I highly recommend this coin to all MAGICIANS!

Please, if you plan to buy one coin gimmick...buy this. The card that comes along with it...PERFECTION...perfection.

The handling is different, but the many combinations of effects is well worth the handling. GET IT NOW!
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Have fun, VT ..

you will soon learn that many traditional effects can be done more efficiently or with a greater "close the door" advantage -- as well as dozens of new effects beyond those supplied with the TUC. It is the tool of creativity and inspiration.

write me at gusarimagic@comcast.net for a new effect
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Kennard
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I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I do Smile the coins across is just so clean!
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Thanks Vthegreatone, thanks friends, next week I'll start the video.

We are near to the 100.000 lets go
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Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to custom-make the Morgsn TUC and the Eisenhower dollar TUC as well! They both arrived safely in Hong kong and work superbly! Looking forward to a more comprehensive DVD of dedicated TUC effects soon! Mr Tango is very professional and his after-sales service is very efficient. I heartily recommend contacting hm directly if you need custom TUcs made using your own coins especially.
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Thank you friends.

I'm working to book some tour lectures around the world, so if some of you want to have my lecture in your local club please let me know
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I have a question. What is the difference between the T.U.C. quarter and the T.U.C. Copper silver? Can I do scotch and soda routines with the T.U.C. quarter or do I need the copper silver. Or can all do the same routines with both coins? Sorry if this question was answered else where I couldn't find it.
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The quarter is made form an Eagle Quarter though you can get any State you wish.

the C/S is a Kennedy Half with the Leaf like a C/S coin.

Other combinations can be made with any coins of the same size. (you must provide three of the base coin)

So, the difference is not size in a custom version -- just the standard sizes.

SInce you can do a Scotch and Soda with no gaffs at all -- not sure where you are going with this.

Normally, the TUC C/S is used wherever a C/S coin would be used with a masking effect, i.e. the coin can be displayed as normal and tossed around in either configuration.

The Quarter TUC can be used for most standard TUC Effects of the larger versions -- plus some special ones because of its smaller size. One advantage of the Quarter is in apparently borrowing a coin from a spectator.
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OK. Thank you for clearing that up. I am an amateur but I'm going to be getting the TUC quarter first it looks great and I can't wait to learn all the different routines I can do with it.
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A tip for the smaller TUC sizes. Keep a bunch of coins in a coin purse and pour out onto the table. You can tell the TUC by the way it interacts with the clasp. Then, pick up some random coins for your effect -- adding to the sense of naturalness and spontaneity.
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Daniel Clemente
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I like it funsway...always thinking outside the box!
bowers
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Ha mr tango
will the new dvd be out by october?
todd
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