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Nice work buddy. I see you’re using a little secret something too! Enjoy
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Another idea of mine with "JJ's NEW" Coin Coalition " with a bit of extra (available by John Jurney).

At the end of the routine you are clean, you can give the coins to examine.
Here are two videos of mine, two same routine but different handling, a bit.

"Japanese-Eisnhower Transposition":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlOP3lSY7U4

"Eisenhower-Japanese Transposition":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGOdLc9GaO8



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On Mar 29, 2019, dj wrote:
Another idea of mine with "JJ's NEW" Coin Coalition " with a bit of extra (available by John Jurney).

At the end of the routine you are clean, you can give the coins to examine.
Here are two videos of mine, two same routine but different handling, a bit.

"Japanese-Eisnhower Transposition":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlOP3lSY7U4

"Eisenhower-Japanese Transposition":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGOdLc9GaO8



Darko


Very good stuff. I’m still looking for my favorite way to get in and out.
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Man that is good, looks like real magic with just 2 coins. Smile Very smooth and while I like the first one a bit better, they both are exceptional presentations. This is yet another wonderful idea with John's magical coins...The Jurney, errrrrr.... journey continues. Smile

Good job!
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Thanks Marion.



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Helder, I don't know if this expression is familiar outside of the U.K and Australia but you definitely have the gift of the gab. Very smooth and great pacing, just like your chop cup routine.

Darko, I don't know what that bit of extra is but that just looked impossible...great idea of yours!

Thanks again Mb for bringing this set to everyone's notice! I recently posted something in the Little Darlings section but thought I'd share it here too just in case it could be of interest to anyone that has the set. A few years back Dick Oslund brought attention to a great routine using the multiplying balls called The Uncountable Golf Balls. It was created by Clayton Rawson and published in the 1949 issue of Hugard’s Magic Monthly. You can see the routine described here:
https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......start=20

Here's my take on it using a different script and with a different handling with coins instead - using the Coin Coalition set:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j5kok_iYUBE
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On Apr 2, 2019, Kanawati wrote:
Helder, I don't know if this expression is familiar outside of the U.K and Australia but you definitely have the gift of the gab. Very smooth and great pacing, just like your chop cup routine.

Darko, I don't know what that bit of extra is but that just looked impossible...great idea of yours!

Thanks again Mb for bringing this set to everyone's notice! I recently posted something in the Little Darlings section but thought I'd share it here too just in case it could be of interest to anyone that has the set. A few years back Dick Oslund brought attention to a great routine using the multiplying balls called The Uncountable Golf Balls. It was created by Clayton Rawson and published in the 1949 issue of Hugard’s Magic Monthly. You can see the routine described here:
https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......start=20

Here's my take on it using a different script and with a different handling with coins instead - using the Coin Coalition set:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j5kok_iYUBE






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On Apr 2, 2019, Kanawati wrote:

...Thanks again Mb for bringing this set to everyone's notice!...

Here's my take on it using a different script and with a different handling with coins instead - using the Coin Coalition set:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j5kok_iYUBE



Yes, just wonderful work, Kanawati! Smile

*And dj, if the late great, Steve Dusheck could see this, he would love it! Smile
*Check out my latest: MBs Morgan w/ BONUS: Destiny, Copper Silver INC, Double Trouble, FlySki, Crimp Change - REDUX!, and other fine magic at www.VinnyMarini.com Smile

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Helder, I don't know if this expression is familiar outside of the U.K and Australia but you definitely have the gift of the gab. Very smooth and great pacing, just like your chop cup routine.


Kanawati, I have no idea what " gift of the gab" means but thanks for your words. Will take a look at your video latter, I'm still looking for alternative ways to get in and out of the routine.
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Ha - what an enjoyable routine! Thanks for posting. I'm still chuckling.
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On Apr 2, 2019, Kanawati wrote:
Helder, I don't know if this expression is familiar outside of the U.K and Australia but you definitely have the gift of the gab. Very smooth and great pacing, just like your chop cup routine.

Darko, I don't know what that bit of extra is but that just looked impossible...great idea of yours!

Thanks again Mb for bringing this set to everyone's notice! I recently posted something in the Little Darlings section but thought I'd share it here too just in case it could be of interest to anyone that has the set. A few years back Dick Oslund brought attention to a great routine using the multiplying balls called The Uncountable Golf Balls. It was created by Clayton Rawson and published in the 1949 issue of Hugard’s Magic Monthly. You can see the routine described here:
https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......start=20

Here's my take on it using a different script and with a different handling with coins instead - using the Coin Coalition set:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j5kok_iYUBE






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Nice job - thanks for posting the link! Magical routine and happy, likable presence. I like the idea of using Coalition Coins as just a G.W. split focus type manipulation routine. I think I'll start off like that and then move into a routine transforming them into the 1 yen. After a couple days deciding on whether to get these or the Transformer system I ordered these tonight. Your video Helder, along with Darko's and Claude's helped me decide. Always grateful to everyone for making the Café so helpful!
James

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Already practicing something with them: https://youtu.be/27MlRtavmTY
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Anyone have thoughts on the Ike version vs. The replica Morgan's?
The Gold Coin
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I believe there's more color contrast on the Ike version vs. the replicas or real silver versions. For me, that puts the Ikes ahead.
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On Feb 4, 2018, warren wrote:
Hi Mb I've been getting great reactions with this set although I have added a little kicker finish Smile in fact when I work tables it's now my opener and has replaced Extreme Burn that's how strong I think it is


Warren, are you sharing your "kicker" or have a video of your version? Also, your mailbox is full so noone can PM you.
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Is John no longer including the teflon tape disks?
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I've purchased a few from John and have never received any Teflon disks.

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BTW, We DO use the term "gift of gab" here in the US. I love the etymology of words. I can't say for sure, but my anecdotal evidence suggests that it would be more prevalent among us older types and perhaps people from the cities who would have been exposed to more diverse culture such as the northeast. (Ex:New York) There is a great study and web site that maps the word for "soft drink" as used across the US. "Soda", "pop", etc. It would be great if there was a resource to do that for all words and expressions. The expression was in common use my circle from at least since my birth in the late '50s
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