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Scotch and soda is a great trick, and it was the first gimmick coin trick I bough, but hopping hals is much better, if you get the quality one you get 3 different gimmicks in one set. with scotch and soda you only get the one basic effect, but with hopping halfs you could do a copper/silver transposition, coins across, through table, through drinking glass, it is just a far more versitle set of coins.
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I first started with S&S and found that you could entertain for quite some time if you didn't have to reset the gimmick all the time. there are countless tricks you can perform with S&S but again you always have to reset it. like everyones else said Bobo's book is the way to go and since I work with money all day I invested in all of Ammar's Money Miracle DVD's and they have paid of immencely.
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On 2003-09-08 19:11, PyroDevil wrote:
Go with the Scoth and Soda and Lethal Tender tricks. Not only do you get nice coins with the tricks, they are great routines and they kill laymen!

I have to agree, scotch, and soda, and lethal tender are absolutely great tricks, and are a MUST, if you are just getting into coin magin IMHO. Smile Smile Smile

P.S., Oh yes, don't forget nickels to dimes either.
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