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Hey John,
I do not believe that it is still available as a download since the dvds are finished and shipping.
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Thx Chris for the quick response. I am looking forward to picking this up soon. -john
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Is the video unedited?
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Rpierce. the video is edited as most videos are. do you mean the trailer? it is edited to a point but what you see is what the audience sees. it does not show the whole routine unfortunately as it clarifies what it looks like as a whole piece. if you have any questions just ask me!
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Any reviews of real world performances??
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Going to break my bank Chris, slow down putting stuff out! Smile
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If anyone reading this thread owns Dan Hauss' 'Rattled', I wonder if this works similar to the way the 'Rattled' gimmick works (only larger). Also, wondering if this only works with the large, orange Gatorade-type lid? That's all I see used in the demo video. Or, it could be because the mouth of Gatorade bottles are larger than typical water-type bottles.
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While I don't own this effect, yet, I want to believe that the move used here is easier than the one required for Sankey's Leaving Home.
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Has anyone performed it?
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On 2011-07-29 13:59, killermagic80 wrote:
Has anyone performed it?


Yes, now stop asking. Smile
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On 2011-07-29 13:59, killermagic80 wrote:
Has anyone performed it?


Yes, now stop asking. Smile




why????? that's the whole point of the thread. to get feedback from real world performances
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On 2011-07-29 13:59, killermagic80 wrote:
Has anyone performed it?


Yes, now stop asking. Smile




why????? that's the whole point of the thread. to get feedback from real world performances


Well since you're persistent I guess I'll chime in Smile. I have performed this several times and it does get a great reaction. I use the impromptu method and perform the coin in bottle.

A couple people I showed this to have seen me do other coin in bottle effects and this one completely fooled them. The signed coin that was just in your hand ends up inside a capped bottle in the blink of an eye. It's a very clean method to achieve the coin in bottle effect.
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I would chime in, but its my effect so you may think I'm biased. I have done bullet, which is one of the latest coin in bottle effects and I have done infusion and others, but this is the best for the bang. if I had to choose any coin in bottle this would be it. even if they do question the method or how you did it you just say how can that be? and they will be speechless because the only method they can think of is gone. this does take practice but on the dvd there are versions that take less practice and there is also a very nice out included. you can perform this as a single coin in bottle, or do the pen also which will blow them away! I understand that this is mine, but this is all I can say. I use this over any coin in bottle and the impromptu version is fantastic if you are in a situation and a bottle is around. its very practical and reset-able. if you have any questions just ask like always Smile
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I have had the effect for about a week I suppose. I am still practicing the move needed. It's not extremely difficult but it does take a little getting used to. I don't want to start performing this right away even though I can't wait to start performing this because I want to give the effect the respect it deserves. I want to make sure I have everything down pat before taking any chances.

As soon as I perform it for real people I will post my thoughts.
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I just purchased this, and I am really looking forward too it!
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I have the moves down pat. They were never really complicated to learn, but for me it took a little time because I wanted to have it down good enough that I can do it flawlessly. I performed it first on my wife. Penetrated the coin, then the sharpie, then a lighter, and then an exacto knife. She was absolutely astonished. Seriously no joke, she was totally amazed.

later I had a chance to perform it on my neigbours. They were literally floored.

Going back to my wife, Bonnie. She has seen me perform three versions of "coin in bottle effects" I've learned, but she said this is the most visually shocking version I need to do all the time. I think she is absolutely right!

Anything that can fit into the bottle can be used. You can also use a regualr size pop bottle, but keep in mind that objects must be able to fit into the bottle.
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I had a chance to review this last night during the Magic Marketplace show http://themagicsession.com/featured/magi......08-07-11 and here are a few of my thoughts from the review.

Pros:
- At the end everything is examinable. This is a huge selling point because people DO want to check things out.
- The method here isn't tough but will take some practice to get down. Chris goes over everything you need to know so don't sweat it.
- Chris also includes a section of 'Outs' for when things just don't go quite right.

Cons:
- If you want to do this with other bottles you need to be prepared with additional gimmicks. This isn't too bad though because Chris also includes an impromptu version of this effect when you aren't quite prepared.

Overall:
This is a strong commercial piece of magic that will totally catch your spectators off guard. Putting the coin in bottle may look familiar to them but when you put the pen inside...watch out! Great stuff from a name I'm sure we'll be hearing a lot more of.
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Hey dan! Glad you like it!and it looks like the practice payed off! Smile It is one of those effects that leave your spectator speechless. I hope you get years of use out of this Smile. Thanks. Christopher
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Just saw this trick today and I did a double take when I saw it, not just because it's a good trick, but because I came up with the same idea about 6 months ago. I was planning on putting this on a multi-effect DVD some day. Oh well, I'll cross that one off the list. Looks like you did a great job with this one though Chris, I like your little bit about accidentally making the marker penetrate, that looks like a great follow up to the coin in bottle.

This trick can be a !@#$% to get down, but I have a variation that makes it super easy. For those of you who bought the trick, if you have trouble, you can count to three: 1. tap the coin, 2. tap your closed fist with the coin in it, 3. open your hand and tap the coin, and it will penetrate every time. Hopefully that will make sense to those who already know the trick. It probably won't at first, but think about it, and remember the Erdnase quote about timing.

Anyways, good luck Chris, I hope the trick sells well, I think people will like it, it's a really practical, and visual effect. I haven't seen the DVD, but from the trailer, it looks like you're sharing some nice ideas on there about presentation and routining as well, so it looks to me like a good value for those who may be interested in this kind of effect.

Best wishes,
- J. F.
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Hey Jonathan! sorry about taking the idea haha. and I do include a version on the dvd that is just like what you are saying. not sure if its exactly the same but this trick does take practice and persistence so we put a chance free method on here also which looks just as great as you describe it! I would love to talk to you about it and share some ideas!
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