Video of Richard Sanders' "Twinkle Change"

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Postby David Acer » 08/20/09 11:50 PM

If you quietly move your cursor down and click on the link below, you might catch a glimpse of Richard Sanders performing his Spellbound move, "The Twinkle Change," revealed to all in the latest (i.e., September, 2009) Magicana:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWZWRmv-bwg

And Richard actually gives away an alternate clean-up in this montage of outtakes and screw-ups:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFQv6JnuPRg
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Postby Pete McCabe » 08/21/09 01:07 AM

David,

I couldn't get through the clip. Can you post something shorter?


Yours,

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Postby David Acer » 08/21/09 09:06 AM

I didn't want to use up too much of the internet.
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Postby Jim Martin » 08/21/09 11:03 AM

In addition to the nifty, twinkly change, I like the idea of linking the post to purchasing the Genii issue.

(from the youtube info box: "Richard Sanders demonstrates his eye-popping coin sleight, "The Twinkle Change," published in the September, 2009 issue of Genii magazine. To buy the issue or subscribe, go to www.geniimagazine.com")

Perhaps this type of post could continue to generate a growing subscriber base.
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Postby Chris Deleo » 08/23/09 09:07 AM

Thanks for posting, David

I was working through this last night. A few sticking points were cleared up thanks to this clip
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Postby Pete McCabe » 08/23/09 01:31 PM

Now I wish I'd seen the whole thing.
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Postby Michel Asselin » 08/25/09 09:22 PM

Dave, t' cool to.

(it's frrench. He'll get it.)
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Postby David Acer » 08/25/09 10:29 PM

Michel Asselin wrote:Dave, t' cool to.

(it's frrench. He'll get it.)


Michel, c'est to qui est cool.

(that's also french, not to mention a cold reading)
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 08/25/09 10:46 PM

Popcicle Toes?
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