In all fairness, this does seem to be moving coins into the parlor from closeup. Sure David's One Coin Routine works, and so does the U3Fly and the Gary Kurtz material. However, we really do need to put the focus back on entertaining...Originally posted by Y.Mutobe:
...a large audience (about 40 or 50), without table?
Hi Mutobe-san!Originally posted by Jonathan Townsend:
However, we really do need to put the focus back on entertaining...
I would hope such a magicians puzzle would find and keep its place for audiences which might feel the surprise of the four coins being UNDER the sliver of cork.Originally posted by Jon Racherbaumer:
..."Coins & Cylinder" routine...?...
Or am I entirely off base?
Jonathan,Originally posted by Jonathan Townsend:
Sure David's One Coin Routine works, and so does the U3Fly and the Gary Kurtz material. .[/b]Originally posted by Y.Mutobe:
[b]...a large audience (about 40 or 50), without table?
To answer all three questions, no. :)Originally posted by Jonathan Rubel:
Jonathan, Im just wondering, (1)when performing restaraunt or (2)walk around, (3)do you use Bob Kohler's U3Fly...
"Cloth and Pence" is great! A lot of work needed, but you are well rewarded with a great, visual stand-up coin routine...Originally posted by Steve Rogers:
For large audiences, Silk and Silver ( DaI Vernon routined by Bruce Cervon) or Cloth and Pence (Chris Kenworthy)
Jim, as it happens both the Ramsay Routine, the Kurz routine and both Bob Kohler's and my routines were mentioned above. Also the Roth one coin routine. All great for standup work.Originally posted by Jim Snapp:
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned 'Hanging Coins'. ...3 Fly to produce three coins and then ...