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TAJ
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This looks pretty sweet: http://youtu.be/_pqXSxUX2s0
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Ambitious! Fun!
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Looks very good, appears to be available as a download on: enfilo.com
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Interesting idea and looks pretty good. Anybody try this one?
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Very nice short and in your face
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Good idea. Very nice, simple and straight to the point.
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same as you, plus 3 and enough to make
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Very nice, the handling looks solid (a bit similar to one of Joe Rindfleish's) and the presentation ("the other coins might fall through the hole") is great. I really like his stuff.
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As far as I know, Joe's was the first published adaption of this plot to coins. I originally came up with a similar effect in the 80's, but felt the effect as it stood was not very visible (at least my version), so I turned it into what is now on the New York Coin Magic DVD series as Copper Sandwich (originally from my second set of notes as Spellbound X 3). If you know the trick, you can see how the move can allow a coppper coin to move up through a stack with just the wave of the hand. Joe and I talked about this plot some years ago, and he came up with a better handling of his effect, which is not yet published. The starting point of this plot though isn't cards, but an effect called Blue Phantom, which was a stage effect (as told to me by David Roth). The routine referenced above though looks very clean, and although limited to the table, has a very nice instantaneous look to it.
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Brilliant, I like his presentation a lot.
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I downloaded the routine and really love it. The simplicity of the method and visual impact reminds me of a coin routine by Mr Futagawa.
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Very nice indeed !!!! Looked like real magic to me. No extra handling just in your face magic.
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I just downloaded this too. The method is brilliant! Now to practice...
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Hi Mike, I thought Joe's version was a inspired by Dan Harlan's Raising Dough from The Minotaur in 1994, and Joe's wasn't published til sometime in 1995 in Apocalypse? or course I could be remembering it backwards.

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You could be right, I didn't know of the earlier reference.
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Pretty Cool, Not a world shaker but a nice little bit to add to your arsenal in a show. I like it!
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Love it and the technique is obviously different from the one, which appeared in Joe Rindfleisch Extreme Coin Magic DVD where the idea of an Ambitous Coin appeared for the first time (to my knowledge).
Congratulations for the very slick handling and the solution chosen for the last coin.
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I really like it!:) As Lawrence said - congratulations for the handling of the last coin. Simple and yet effective! Smile
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Looks great! Thanks for sharing. The coin falling through the hole plot is neat.
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Yeah, I like the presentation of it. I feel that a lot of coin magicians don't use much patter for their routines. I, personally, try to make my patter interesting. Having something simple as this makes the routine that much better.
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