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imgic
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Working on set of gambling routines. Would like to used C&B, but more as a gambling routine. More along line of three shell game. Finding a ball under cup rather than having three balls appearing all over the place.

Been looking but haven found one..any suggestions?
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Hi imgic, did you find what you were looking for ?
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On Jun 29, 2020, imgic wrote:
Working on set of gambling routines. Would like to used C&B, but more as a gambling routine. More along line of three shell game. Finding a ball under cup rather than having three balls appearing all over the place.

Been looking but haven found one..any suggestions?

You should be able to use just one ball and 3 cups (or better yet, use a combo set like the Mendoza set Rings-n-Things 2 sells for the adaption of a chop feature in one of the cups. I have been playing around with Bob Farmer's "Mojo Boogie Boxes". Got PDF here:

https://www.lybrary.com/mojo-boogie-boxes-p-922434.html

and just picked up the 3 needed boxes from Penguin (quarter size aluminum Boston box x1 and quarter size aluminum Okito x2 all Tango and just about $45 total or the boxes, $9.50 for the PDF. The reason I went with quarter size is that it sets up for a 4 quarter (one dollar) bet and there is always an open "out" in the mix. Great routine, wish I had found it years ago. Very cool twist on the 3-shell plot.
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