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miky
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I want to learn Geoff William's version of Earl Nelson's finger ring move from Variations. I know it's on the DVD, "Miracles for Mortals vol. 2". I'm wondering if it's also explained in Geoff William's live Penguin lecture. Does anyone know?
Bill Hegbli
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Here, you can contact Geoff Williams about his products, he would know for sure.

http://gwilliamsmagic.wixsite.com/gwproducts/contact
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Geoff does not discuss any finger ring effects on his Penguin lecture, but he does a great job with some rubber bands, and explains Forklift (IET bands).
(As an aside, I just got some bands and thread from Eddie Raymond, and they're great).

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Miky, it can be found in his lecture notes, "No Adult Supervision", which can be ordered as a pdf download or softbound.
Leo H
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That ring vanish is actually Emile Clifton's move that Nelson credits in his book.
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On Apr 23, 2017, Leo H wrote:
That ring vanish is actually Emile Clifton's move that Nelson credits in his book.


And Earl Nelson refers to it as "Clifton's Ring Move" in his book.
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