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David Neighbors
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I also have A handleing Where you place A glass under the table ( in your Lap) And keep both hands on top of the table. Then you push all 4 coins trough the table one at a time and you hear them fall into the glass! It's called Super tap and was in my 1978 book Called Coinjuring!

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MJ Marrs
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I've learned a few coins thru table routines over the years, but they've always been replaced by some effects which I felt were better.

However, seeing Dean Dill perform his coins thru table at the Castle Swap Meet was truly a magical experience. If someone could REALLY push coins through tables, that's how it would look.
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Yeah, he's o.k....but you should see him play guitar(pssst...dean..it's me)
Dean Dill
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Thanks Scott, Wa,Wa,Wa

Where are you?
magicmann
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I recently saw Michael Vincent perform an excellent version with a kicker ending.
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Dean, please keep us posted on your new release. I'm looking forward to it.

I think Mike Close's coins through table is an excellent routine, also.
David Neighbors
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I forgot About some international Handleings and some backfire International handleings! Some in print some not!

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McGroo
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I do the one with a shell and shot glass that is mentioned in Bobo's. Also I find it handy to have my own table which can hold a coin and release it wen I need to.

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Jonathan Townsend
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If you are working at home, it's amazing what you can do with a few coins held in places by threads you can pull or snap. Getting that kind of thing set up in real life is a bit tricky.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Pete Biro
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Try my "KNEET" in Tarbell 7... glass held between legs, coin on leg, drops into glass when needed by moving leg. Tomsoni uses it all the time and includes it (w/credit) in his lectures.
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El Mystico
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Out of interest - would any one recommend a coin through the table routine using a shell apart from the one in Tarbell?
Werner G. Seitz
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On 2005-02-27 06:55, El Mystico wrote:
Out of interest - would any one recommend a coin through the table routine using a shell apart from the one in Tarbell?
Only together with a glass..
I think Milton Kort has a routine in Bobo's.
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Troy Hooser's gimmicked version, and Johnny Ace Palmer's version are both excellent and very easy.....
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
El Mystico
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Thanks, Werner - I actually meant Bobo - not sure why I typed Tarbell!
Thank you Joseph. I didn't know of these.
Jonathan Townsend
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A routine of mine was published that uses a ] back in the 80s in Apocalypse magazine.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Magic-Daniel
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Dean Dill's version just kills. The best I have ever seen.
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Is Dean Dills new coins thru table out yet? Where to find it?
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On 2004-05-04 04:14, Dean Dill wrote:
I will be releasing my new "Coins Thru Table" very soon. Thanks to Jamie Schoolcraft and an idea by Bobby Schulgold this effect will stand alone. And it is not difficult to do. STAY TUNED.
Dean Dill


Although I love your effects, I really hope this is not a $700 coin set thru the table.....lol ...Really looking forward for this.....
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Jonathan Townsend
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Any of you who own Explosion have the mechanics for a wonderful coins through table routine there... and just need a little something for the last coin.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
David Neighbors
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Hi Gang,
I had A 4 coins through A glass Table top Somewhere in the 20th. Year Of
Apocalypse! And I am working On some New Stand-up Handleings!


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