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owen.daniel
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Awesome, thanks for the info MesmerEyes. I have gone through several of these scarfs as they seem to wear quite easily.
owen
matt.magicman
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Anyone find Ammars scarfs?
I want the white, but he's out of stock!
anyone???????????
thanks in advance
emptycupmagic
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Wasn't Chris Power's excellent routine published in an issue of Opus? I thought I had a copy but can't seem to find it.
magico
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The Chris Powers routine can be found in two places.
In print, The Big Easy Experience lecture notes. On a video call Laid Back Too.

There is another version which can be found in Volume One Issue Three of the Magic Arts Journal called Slicker Coins thru Silk by Dave Berry.

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Jonathan Townsend
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On 2004-06-06 21:57, Alex Linian wrote:
For my competiton act, I am considering putting together a coins through silk routine. So once again, I have to do some research. Please list as many published coin through silk routines as you can think of. Thanks,
Alex Linian


Do you want to go back to Robert-Houdin's work and "expansion of texture" and the "filtration of five franc pieces"?
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Brian Roberts
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I second the Gary Kurtz routine - Copper Silver Continuation. Very well routined, with beautiful surprises.

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Jonathan Townsend
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Have folks explored the coins and silk in the format of a Mora/Vernon ball type routine? The addition of a phase or two where one passes the coins through the sheer handkerchief or scarf seems very appealing.
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Robert Kohler
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Tracematt: I recently got a replacement white silk identical to Ammar's at Walmart. I noticed you are in UK - if you don't have Walmart, nevermind....
We judge ourselves by our intentions - others judge us by our actions.....
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<BR>B. Wilson
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