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Hi Bill, my only information on the Delaporte table is what is described at the end of Michael Ammar's book, I know that it's a pretty complicated table, but from the description given in the Ammar book, it seemed that what I describe above could be possible. Not having seen the original personally, I might be way off the mark.

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Hey Donnie do the words "TRICK CUP" also come in blue? Smile
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"TRICK CUP" is currently only available in red, but "TV MAGIC CUP" comes in blue.
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Email or PM John Kingry and he'll probably sell you just 1 or 2 of the smaller baseballs so you don't have to buy a dozen.
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On 2010-09-09 01:07, conjurormatt wrote:
Hi Bill, my only information on the Delaporte table is what is described at the end of Michael Ammar's book, I know that it's a pretty complicated table, but from the description given in the Ammar book, it seemed that what I describe above could be possible. Not having seen the original personally, I might be way off the mark.

As always, I welcome corrections, as they only aid in my education.


Michael didn't tip all of the features. I saw it at Ray's mini museum about 4 years ago. It's quite clever. It does all you say, but then a lot more. You can cover a ball with a cup, and the ball will disappear. Very clean.
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On 2010-09-09 21:43, Bill Palmer wrote:

Michael didn't tip all of the features. I saw it at Ray's mini museum about 4 years ago. It's quite clever. It does all you say, but then a lot more. You can cover a ball with a cup, and the ball will disappear. Very clean.


Ok, Bill, nice to know, I think the ball vanishing was mentioned in Ammar, but as you say, I'm sure there is plenty more that could be done. I'm almost surprised that no one has tried to replicate it. Though I suppose a throughly gaffed cups and balls wouldn't appeal to many.
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WTB one of these if someone has one for sale, could you please message me.

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Actually, Nick Ruggiero did make a few tables that did some of the work, but they were very expensive.


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On 2010-09-09 21:43, Bill Palmer wrote:

Michael didn't tip all of the features. I saw it at Ray's mini museum about 4 years ago. It's quite clever. It does all you say, but then a lot more. You can cover a ball with a cup, and the ball will disappear. Very clean.


Ok, Bill, nice to know, I think the ball vanishing was mentioned in Ammar, but as you say, I'm sure there is plenty more that could be done. I'm almost surprised that no one has tried to replicate it. Though I suppose a throughly gaffed cups and balls wouldn't appeal to many.
"The Swatter"

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My Chickasaw name is "Throws Money at Cups."

www.cupsandballsmuseum.com
Bill Palmer
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Actually, Nick Ruggiero did make a few tables that did some of the work, but they were very expensive.


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On Sep 11, 2010, conjurormatt wrote:
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On 2010-09-09 21:43, Bill Palmer wrote:

Michael didn't tip all of the features. I saw it at Ray's mini museum about 4 years ago. It's quite clever. It does all you say, but then a lot more. You can cover a ball with a cup, and the ball will disappear. Very clean.


Ok, Bill, nice to know, I think the ball vanishing was mentioned in Ammar, but as you say, I'm sure there is plenty more that could be done. I'm almost surprised that no one has tried to replicate it. Though I suppose a throughly gaffed cups and balls wouldn't appeal to many.
"The Swatter"

Founder of CODBAMMC

My Chickasaw name is "Throws Money at Cups."

www.cupsandballsmuseum.com
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