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Is anyone familiar with this trick?

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I'm wanting to get it, but I'd like to see what y'all have to say about it first.
Magic Mark

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tommy ng
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I like Mark Allen his 3D cash, he not only change the bill one time, can change two time,(just like can make 4 one dollar to 4 two dollar and change again to 4 five dollar bill)
the dvd will teach you step by step to make the gimmick and also give you some idea how is work.
you may search some web site may have some demo you can watch.
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I asked about this trick not to long ago. It is a stunner and is not hard to assemble. Since manipulation is not my strong suit, I have yet to get the moves down.

I reccomend it if you are willing to put in the time.
A.K.A. Jay The Magician
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This is an extension of the Patrick Page / Fred Kaps effect "Flash Cash" or "Easy Money," one of the most visual changes of blank paper to cash, or small bills to larger denominations (as large as you can afford). Mark Allen's handling sort of took on a life of its own here in the Northwest, with several magicians using some form of 3D cash; it was even sold by a couple of them as their own effect before Mr. Allen put out his DVD.

Gregory Wilson's "Hundy 500" is also worth consideration. I must say that the original trick, which you can and should buy from Magic Inc. is one of the most direct handlings, and comes with a setup of stage money bills to get you started. You can also check out Joel Bauer's "Hustle Hustle" video to see "Flash Cash" at work (one of the few redeeming segments of that tape).

Enjoy Flash Cash or its descendants. Really no manipulation required, just the practice that all good magic deserves.
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