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I finally purchased this, and I was not any bit disappointed by this change.
It was mind blowing just to see the inner workings of it.
I don't normally visit the theory11 forum, but I just saw the newly released "revolver change", and was curious to see what others say about...
I learnt the Mr. Clean Coins Across from Mr. Sankey's "Revolutionary Coin Magic" and I think it was a fantastic dvd.
As for the difficulty, it's...
Sorry if I am ignorant, I didn't know there was an VHS show the Harada Hold... Which one is that?
David Stone is great. His magic is very funny and entertaining.
Jay Sankey is wild when it comes to coin magic, although I haven't seen him...
well, mine looked exactly the way you described except it has a hole in the middle , I guess mine is special!
i have found the coin you are talking about from my grandma's jar of coins some time ago. I don't think it's worth anything, but if you want to...
I heard some really negative reviews on Jay Nobezaba's DVD, and to be honest there are many Coin Magic DVDs out there that have stood the test of...
What kind of question is that?
It's really hard to compare the two, since they are two different effects in coin magic? The only similarity is...
Same here, a magic hobbyist from Hong Kong.
There has been alot of debate over theory 11, a great team of magicians here and it looks promising so...
To reply your question:
In the DVD "Coin Akiras" there was a version of wipe clean by Akira Fuji.
It a nice way to show you hands empty.