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lunatik
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Hi guys, I'm a happy owner of Hundy 500, but recently saw a demo of 3-D Cash...WOW!!!! I was wondering if anyone here has both and can do a comparison of the two. Moreso on the 3-D Cash. thanks!!
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I still like the orignal Pat Page's "Easy Money" with Fred Kaps' presentation. Kaps gave me set of the bills made up with his little subtlety, which makes the handling effortless.

You buy Pat Page's then pm me and I'll pass on the handling tip.
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Thanks Pete!! Can you give me a comparison between Easy Money and the above mentioned? I'd really appreciate it!! Can you give me a direct link to easy money also? Thanks a million!!
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If just say Hundy 500 vs 3-D Cash, I like 3-D Cash more than other.
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I have 3-D cash and watched the Hundy 500 DVD. I prefer 3-D cash for both handling of the changes, and the double change.
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Pat Page's trick, as done by Kaps...

Kaps would say something like, "When I travel I don't like anyone to see my money, or how much I have." (he shows about six pieces of paper cut to size of the money from a magazine... spreading, counting and showing both sides)...

He then says, "But when I'm ready to buy something..."
(he says it in such a way as to get the spectator's attention to HIM and their eyes on his eyes -- and with just a flick the paper becomes DOLLAR bills.) "I have the money..." He then spreads, counts, shows the money.

His handling was to fold the bills offset 1/2-inch so you could just grab one end, flick outward and they would change in one move..

I do not know what dealers handle this but you can search around.
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I have both 3-D Cash and Hundy 500 - I have found that I have combined moves and subleties from both DVD's into my performance - If you can, get both. If I had to choose just one I would probably get Hundy 500, only because I feel I learned a little bit more from Gregory Wilson. I really love this trick.

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Hundy 500 is by far the more superior trick. It can be done surrounded. I do this trick all the time. One of the best tricks and Greg Wilson is a great performer.
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Hi Bill, so with all the handlings from both performers, why do you like Hundy500 better than 3D Cash? And 'the74rock' 3D Cash can be performed surrounded also just like Hundy500. Do you own 3D Cash? Thanks guys!
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Hi Lunatik.

I don't necessarily think the handling of Hundy is better. I think both performers have a lot to offer and you can't go wrong with either one. Personally I like having both DVD's and I have played with it both ways. To me though, I feel I learned a little more from Gregory Wilson. If I had to choose only one it would be Hundy only for this reason. This is just my opinion and I think you would be happy with either one. With 3-D cash you can do a double change as Dan Watkins points out. This can be awesome if someone challenges you to do it again - I have chosen not to go that route for now.

Hope this helps

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I personally prefer Mark's technique for the actual change - by doing a half move get ready before anything happens, it makes the actual change "moveless".

I prefer his change than the visible change Greg does.

I also prefer counting the bills up toward me like Mark does instead of down away from me like Greg.

I also like Mark's way of turning the packet over, it is more subtle than flipping the packet over and smacking it.

This comes down to personal preference, but I prefer all the major handling points that Mark uses over Greg's.

Greg's DVD is a bit more entertaining to watch however.
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On 2004-07-02 02:15, lunatik wrote:
Thanks pete!! can you give me a comparison between Easy Money and the above mentioned? I'd really appreciate it!! can you give me a direct link to easy money also? thanks a million!!



So, from what I've read searching around the Café it seems that Easy Money/Flash Cash is the grandaddy of all these other effects including Hundy 500, 3D Cash , and , I would suppose , Slow Burn by Richard Sanders as well .

What , if anything , am I gaining by purchasing any of these other variations instead of Easy Money ?

Can someone please give a simple answer comparing:

Easy Money

Slow Burn

Hundy 500

3D Cash

Are they all basically the same set up , the same gaff as Easy Money ?
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I actually like Hundy 500 although 3-D cash looks good, I like Hundy because it is almost angle proof and it's easy to perform; no long story or anything.
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On 2004-07-02 11:59, Pete Biro wrote:
Pat Page's trick, as done by Kaps...

Kaps would say something like, "When I travel I don't like anyone to see my money, or how much I have." (he shows about six pieces of paper cut to size of the money from a magazine... spreading, counting and showing both sides)...

He then says, "But when I'm ready to buy something..."
(he says it in such a way as to get the spectator's attention to HIM and their eyes on his eyes -- and with just a flick the paper becomes DOLLAR bills.) "I have the money..." He then spreads, counts, shows the money.

His handling was to fold the bills offset 1/2-inch so you could just grab one end, flick outward and they would change in one move..

I do not know what dealers handle this but you can search around.

Pete, I think this effect is covered on one of the Easy to Master Money Miracles - Gee I hate those titles. Available through your favorite magic dealer.
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