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MERose
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If I can find my hook coin around here someplace I'll test it out. Smile
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On Mar 26, 2020, funsway wrote:
Drop me a request ken@eversway.com and I can send a manuscript with several effects and many application ideas.

One can use a mag-coin as well for some, but for many the pin is essential.

Ken


Ken, You are very kind for sharing thank you! There is also a hypnosis effect that can be used with this little amazing effect. I will have to look for it in my files.
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A little surprise fro Okito Box users performing for magicians looking closely for your technique in its handling. Use Hooker.

Hold the box at the tips of the left fingers where no sleight is possible.
Pretend to drop the coin inside but hook on the back of the left hand instead.
Pick up the lid with the right fingers and set in place - right hand clearly empty.
Pass the box to a spectator to hold while retrieving the Hooker with the right fingers.

All will know it has not been possible to use any Okito move. When the box is later shown empty the magicians will be thrown off track -
setting them up for more fun when you switch back to regular coins.
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On Mar 31, 2020, funsway wrote:
A little surprise fro Okito Box users performing for magicians looking closely for your technique in its handling. Use Hooker.

Hold the box at the tips of the left fingers where no sleight is possible.
Pretend to drop the coin inside but hook on the back of the left hand instead.
Pick up the lid with the right fingers and set in place - right hand clearly empty.
Pass the box to a spectator to hold while retrieving the Hooker with the right fingers.

All will know it has not been possible to use any Okito move. When the box is later shown empty the magicians will be thrown off track -
setting them up for more fun when you switch back to regular coins.


Great idea! I just experimented with this concept it works great! thank you!
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Funsway I said you should or could sell your booklet. hehhe. great insight.
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Yes! Yes! Funsway let us know when you do!
For those who believe, no explanation is necessary; for those who do not believe, no explanation will suffice.
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Yes! Yes! Funsway let us know when you do!



just send a request to ken@eversway.com. The price is a commitment to provide feedback suggestions to help with future books.
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst



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