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Glenn Watson
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Hello Bill,I was wondering If you could site sourses for your favorite moves for cups and balls?
With your collection I would imagine you have also collected many moves and routines.
I am intrested in your favorite routine ,but more specifically in individual moves you may have discovered in books or from other performers.Thanks, oblique.
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"Tilman:

You are not the first to make this suggestion; however, considering that I have 125 sets of cups, not including magic set cups and chop cups, that is not likely to occur.

The last time I undertook anything of that magnitude was when I got my new camera. I only had 80 sets then."


Yes, I am afraid you are perfectly right about the amount of work involved. Thanks for answering!
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On 2004-11-28 18:29, oblique wrote:
Hello Bill,I was wondering If you could site sourses for your favorite moves for cups and balls?
With your collection I would imagine you have also collected many moves and routines.
I am intrested in your favorite routine ,but more specifically in individual moves you may have discovered in books or from other performers.Thanks, oblique.



I'm always expanding my resources on cups and balls moves and routines. Al Schneider's DVD set has a great routine on it with a clever final load.

Dan Fleshman has some really nice work as well.

Alex DeCova has a couple of moves that are really great, too.

But I still gravitate towards Vernon.

Also, the Ammar DVD's and book are a great resource.
"The Swatter"

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My Chickasaw name is "Throws Money at Cups."

www.cupsandballsmuseum.com
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