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Eric Grossman
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Cups and Balls
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I love to watch and perform the cups & Balls
I get the best responses from sponge balls
Magic is fun!!!
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Coins across and spoon bending
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For opening up, usually either the chop cup, linking rings, or Bob Sheets "It's the rules" dice routine.
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Sure I forget the IT stuff. I really like that!!
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Show telekinesis tricks is always winner. Bending spoons and stuff...
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Disapearing hanky with a TT. Healed and Sealed looks cool.

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Cups and Balls for me.
dave s
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Mr. Chosse,

I read your post about Whit Hayden's ring flight patter. Is it written up anywhere? Anyone know?!?

David Schwartz
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One of my favorite close up effects is the penny in the matchbox (using a marked quarter and a CLOTH bag). I let the spectator do the coin vanish themselves. Also it is a great idea to have the spectator assemble the box themselves before the effect. What the spectator remembers is that they did everything and you did nothing and the Magic just blows them away.
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Fruit Cup with a borrowed bill to Lemon climax.
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1) A little routine with a TT - actually two TTs:

a) Balance a card on the back of my hand. (from Darwin's, "Thumb Tip Miracles")

b) Use the card to make a cylinder to produce a silk

c) Then vanish the silk (stating this is the way I prepare for the production of the silk) - then showing hands empty is still dynamite to lay people
I have been doing this little routine for over 30 years.

d) Recently added Andrews' torn and restored sugar packet or a bill switch .

2) Fisher's Real World Silver/Copper/Brass - wonderful effect and routine
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I always like Sponge Balls and Hotrod. If not them I will still use Star Gazer.
Paul Chosse
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On 2003-12-04 23:19, dave s wrote:
Mr. Chosse,

I read your post about Whit Hayden's ring flight patter. Is it written up anywhere? Anyone know?!?

David Schwartz

It is in a book by Whit, the name of which escapes me. Whit, sell this guy a book!
Seriously, Whit is on this forum often, look up his name and PM him - I'm sure he can help you!

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Those ninja rings are wonderful.
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As far as the audience goes I don't think it gets but better then a good spongeball routine. it works great for kids and adults, you can maki it as long or short as you want, you have tons of audience participation, it is about as good as it gets.
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Sponge Balls / rabbits
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CMH is always a winner. People never know what is about to happen either. Smile
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Can someone say what CMH stands for? Thanks
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CMH means I skip the messages... I (personally) hate tricks with rubber bands. Sorry friends. Smile
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