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afinemesh
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Hey all,

I've always used the "Schneider" vanish in my cup and balls work. And, it has served me well. I have since gotten proficient at Brad Burt's roll vanish. I like the little extra "retention" from this vanish.

I'm Curious about what your favorite ball vanish is? Do you use more then one?

J.
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My favorite vanish is the Wand Spin Vanish, but I won't use this to vanish 3 balls in a row.. Smile

The "Schneider" vanish does look very natural and is practical.
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This is one of those questions that should be put at the top of the list so people don't ask it.

It's like "what's your favorite DL?", "What's your favorite TT?" or "What's your favorite ACR?"

My favorite vanish for any small object is in Hocus Pocus Junior, 1634 edition.
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Bill,

I know a guy who so hated seeing ball vanishes done poorly he invented a routine without them. (okay there is a single one in there, but there's a Bobo switch as well nobody else ever sees.)

KG
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That's the best kind. Smile
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There are some vanishes that can be done with balls more easily than coins -- so those have always appealed to me -- foundational to Sway Methods. This is not the right forum though ...
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I use a variation of a Frank Garcia retention vanish.
Or at least, I will be using it after a few more months of work.
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The one Bob White explains on his Cups & Balls DVD
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Paul Gertner has a nice idea in his Dice Routine Triple-Die-Lemma for the vanish of die #2.
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