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And also thanks Scott for the heads up I checked out your site and it seems to me like could learn a thing or two from the "poof daddy G" himself lol...

and by the way I am interested in the U.N. coin box routines and that twilight passage premise sounds very interesting as well.

Thanks again
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Mystre71..
Sorry I just saw your post..
I have several other routines but they are not in print yet.
Check out a video on youtube called NEW MAGIC OF JAPAN and you will see a great routine not by me but from my friend Shigeo Futagawa.. I am the last guy on the video..
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On 2010-01-05 22:44, mr.nemo wrote:
Yea good old T.U.C. very deceptive stuff and I never thought of it that way it will fit the expanded box I bet I could pull off some very visual miracles with that combination thanks for the thought funsway


for one thing you can use the Box to Switch in the T.U.C. Do a Okito routine with the spectators handling the coins, then dump them on the table and do a Matrix -- meanwhile sneaking in the T.U.C. A Boston Box is even easier.
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Wow shaun very impressive handling with Futagawa routine and what an ending just when I thought you were done bam comes out the jumbo coin first time I seen a jumbo out of an okito box I like very much thanks for sharing that.
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Hey funsway I really like the way you think I mean your right with using the type of misdirection of having specs handle the coins before the gaff is introduced takes away all doubt I guess this is where experience comes in I would of probably introduced the gaff from the start I like your way though more interactive.
and yes I can imagine the boston box would make it a bit easier, good thing the david roth coin box set includes a boston box as well as the other two...

so now you got me thinking on top of t.u.c. being used also use an expanded sh***l upside down and from what I understand the roth okito is designed to hold back the the bottom coin if tipped in the right manner... I mean right there I would be two ahead maybe even three ahead if I start off with one in classic palm possibilities are endless I guess...

I'm sure we can all agree the only thing better then being one ahead is being two ahead...

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Yes And The ony thing Better then being To ahead is three Ahead! Smile! ( See some Ramasy stuff, as well as some of my stuff! )
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And I love "one behind" approaches -- and either the Boston Box, Slot Box or T.U.C. allows you to ctach up at the right time. Remember, the easiest way to vanish a coin is to have it in the first place.
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You missed A word! That sure be NOT Have it it the frist place! And yea One or even two behind is Great! Smile
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On 2009-12-30 14:58, lorenwade wrote:
First of all, welcome to the Café.

Mr. Nemo, in order to use a shell coin for an okito box routine, you need to purchase an UNEXPANDED Shell and the special coin to fit inside of it. There are many makers out there for this. One such supplier is Todd Lassen:

http://www.toddlassen.com/unshell.htm

Keep in mind, these are custom coins and they can be pretty pricey!


Although Lassen does make quality gaffs, this may be over kill and especially if you want it before 2012 and the earth explodes. You could probably make due with a Johnson expanded coin until you are sure you want to make a real investment with a Lassen, JB Magic, or Schoolcraft coin. Just a thought.
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I very much look forward to seeing your material mr. neighbours I just hope the shipping doesn't take too long,,, I too want to see the optical illusion with copper silver that routine looks like it might be my fav one your dvd from what I saw on youtube but I will have to watch the whole thing to know for sure...
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Hi Remy,
If your Talking About The Copper Sliver Transpostion There It's not on the tape! But it is in my Las Vegas notes That you are geting! Smile
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Once again your right on the money funsway I mean not only is it the easiest vanish but probably the most visual as well just like that its gone with no funny moves
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Although Lassen does make quality gaffs, this may be over kill and especially if you want it before 2012 and the earth explodes. You could probably make due with a Johnson expanded coin until you are sure you want to make a real investment with a Lassen, JB Magic, or Schoolcraft coin. Just a thought.
-Lee


Hey Lee thanks for the advice and I think I'm going to have to agree with you on this one considering I already have a johnson that's served me well in the past and at my skill level I'm probably not ready for such a fancy set and yes it is quite an investment for now I'm more concerned with my handling more then the name brand.

lol on the earth exploding I just love how these story's start.

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Hey David

well that's a shame I don't get to see you perform the routine, the youtoube clip showed parts of it but I guess that's from another dvd or show you did. I'm just glad I'm getting it in writing (which I'm highly anticipating btw) as long as I get to understand the mechanics of the routine then I'm a happy camper .

Thanks Dave

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tSEGWRMlrQ

Hey David
since we're on the subject is that another video of yours cause this is the one advertised on your website or am I just really confused?

Thanks
Remy
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Hay Remy,
I only Have The Coinjurer, And the Cerberus Dvd Out! And it's not on either of them! But there is so much stuff floating Around the underground of my stuff from Lectures and outher stuff that I am not real sure where it came from! Smile
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No that's The Coinjurer Video! And that's the one your geting!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=100n9CnFjXw&NR=1

thought I would share with you guys maybe some you seen this already but man this guy has good hands.
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Hi Remy,

I thought I would throw my offering up, might be something your interested in.
I go into great detail on all the handling and moves.
http://vinnymarini.com/download/mystery.html
http://vinnymarini.com/download/okito123.html
If you have any questions about them or anything let me know my door is always open.
I hope it helps.
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BOTH of Tim's Box routines are winners with Mystery Box being my personal favorite!

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