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Rob Johnston
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I am looking for references on routines that involve not 3 or 4 sponge balls, but A LOT...say 10 or more.

Anyone familiar with anything like that? So that 10 or more will end up on the tables or hands of the spectators?

Thanks.
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Bill Hegbli
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See Dick Stoner's Routine in 'I Spell Magic Fun', his lecture notes.

He has been doing this routine for many years using 2" sponge balls. The book sells for $10 . He also has 2 videos.

email him at:

dickstoner@dickstoner.com

His web site is at:

http://www.dickstoner.com

No magic sales on line, you have to contact him.
Alan Munro
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I've been using a routine based on the routine on the Stoner tape for a number of years. It's great! However, I use 1 1/2" supersoft sponges, instead of the 2" sponges that he uses. Also, he uses about 20 sponge balls in the routine, while I use 13 in my routine. I use fewer to make the routine comfortable for me. The difference in the number of sponges doesn't seem to affect the audience reaction.
drwilson
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See Eugene Burger's Magical Voyages DVD, volume 1.

Yours,

Paul
Rob Johnston
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Got on Dick Stoner's site and found what you guys mentioned. But it was selling for 39.95. Is that the same book?
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Lee Brown
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Stanley Jaks had a routine called Multiball. I don't know where you will find it now, but it was basically an ending to the sponge ball routine that was the same idea as the sponge bunny ending, just with little sponge balls, instead.
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Are we talking about multiball here? The finale being 100's of tiny balls? Or do you want 10 balls of the same size?
Bill Hegbli
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Astinus,

You must email or call the Store. You may have to talk to Dick Stoner for the notes. They also were the 1st to produce a video catalog.

You want his 'I spell magic F-U-N' videos.

Tell him Bill sent you.

I just went on lecture tour with him, he sells the tape for $39.95, at the lectures they are $30 ea. or both for $50.
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You can do a cups and balls routine where balls just keep coming out of "nowhere"
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Eugene Burger ends his sponge routine with a production of 24 sponge balls from the spectators hand. Bold!
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Sounds like Eugene is doing Jaks Multiball.
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Eric Woods
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Knepper's Klose-up and Unpublished has a great sponge ball routine that you could alter for your needs. It's pretty impromtu free stlye and could give you some ideas.
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