The ring's gone by the time the flash paper is lit...so no need to worry about that.Originally posted by Henrik Bjarneskans:
Hmm... isnt there a danger of the flash paper charring the ring, dependent of which material its made of?
Are these in print? If so, where?Originally posted by Pete Biro:
BTW, I think Whit Haydn's premise is the best.
Kaps' method is the best.
Could you tell me a bit more about Ringer? How is it different from other effects in this area? And how much would it cost? ;)Originally posted by Steve Dusheck:
Hi Dennis and John. Thanks for the nice comments about my Ringer. I do not sell it to magic shops but have it in stock at all times if anyone is interested
Actually (I've been looking for it in my library, but haven't found it yet), I'm fairly certain Whit's Ring Flight routine is in his "Street Magic" notes.Is Whit Haydn's routine in print?
Are you saying that he does the actual vanish under a table?!? Shurely he can't have such handling difficulties with his own trick! :-)Originally posted by dari:
Gaetan do the dirty moment trick under the table.
Your eright Peter, and its not only huge, it is noisy as well. Ive heard of people padding it with cotton to soften the rattling of the chain and ring, but that just means that the TT will grow even longer! Unless you have really small thumbs, of course. And I mean really small.Originally posted by Pete Biro:
After all, you do have that huge TT to conceal! :eek: