The Elfin Purse by Koudai

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The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 24th, 2022, 1:36 am

Hello, my friend.
I arranged "From the Elfin Hoard" by Geoffrey Latta.
It is based on the procedure of my friend Shanla.

[Coin Magic] The Elfin Purse
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaVqdbmT6bY

If you enjoy it, I am glad.
If you like, please subscribe to my channel.

Regards,

Koudai.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Dave Le Fevre » January 24th, 2022, 4:13 am

The productions look absolutely magical

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 24th, 2022, 8:00 am

Dave Le Fevre wrote:The productions look absolutely magical


Thank you. I'll keep brushing.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby chetday » January 24th, 2022, 3:47 pm

Very nice!

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 24th, 2022, 6:18 pm

chetday wrote:Very nice!


Thank you for always watching!

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Bill Malone » January 25th, 2022, 12:09 pm

That was really well done. Thanks for posting.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Richard Kaufman » January 25th, 2022, 4:01 pm

Well done.
Subscribe today to Genii Magazine

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 25th, 2022, 10:25 pm

Bill Malone wrote:That was really well done. Thanks for posting.


Thank you! It's a great honor to have the wonderful magician I used to watch on DVD say that.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 25th, 2022, 10:31 pm

Richard Kaufman wrote:Well done.


Thank you! I'm very honored. If you like it, I would like to write it in an article or the magazine, how about it?

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby katterfelt0 » January 25th, 2022, 10:44 pm

Koudai Iwatou wrote:
Richard Kaufman wrote:Well done.


Thank you! I'm very honored. If you like it, I would like to write it in an article or the magazine, how about it?


I would read that, and I would be very pleased if you wrote it.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 28th, 2022, 2:49 am

katterfelt0 wrote:
Koudai Iwatou wrote:
Richard Kaufman wrote:Well done.

Thank you! I'm very honored. If you like it, I would like to write it in an article or the magazine, how about it?

I would read that, and I would be very pleased if you wrote it.


I'll try. If anyone wants it, I would like to offer this magic to Genii magazine.
I'll try to write a book of magic that I have created so far.
It will take about a year, but I hope you are interested in it.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Paco Nagata » January 28th, 2022, 4:54 pm

Very well performed, Koudai san!

By the way, I've been a great fan and follower of Shanla's Youtube channel "tomosanb" for years!

https://youtube.com/user/tomosanb
"The Passion of an Amateur Card Magician"
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"La pasion de un cartómago aficionado"
https://bit.ly/2kkjpjn
"A Chrismas Carol Card Trick."
https://cutt.ly/lhD9Jpb

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 29th, 2022, 3:20 am

Paco Nagata wrote:Very well performed, Koudai san!

By the way, I've been a great fan and follower of Shanla's Youtube channel "tomosanb" for years!

https://youtube.com/user/tomosanb


Thank you! He is an old friend. I belong to the same magic club in Japan about 20 years.
In fact, he has been shown magic many times in live performances, and he is a wonderful magician.
Lately, I haven't had a chance to see him since I live in a different place, but I want to see him again someday.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Al Schneider » January 31st, 2022, 11:50 pm

Your magic is very smooth.
Also your videography is professional, likewise with your title sequence.
And your website is very professional.
Do you do all this yourself?
I suspect you have a team of pros working as a group.
Is that true?
You have inspired me to play with the purse frame.
Here is something I came up with.
Unfortunately my hands are half paralized after heart surgery,
So they look a little strange.
Eventually, I’ll add patter.
That will take some time as I just got some new hardware I'm learning.

www.worldmagiccenter.com/WMC/SHOWMAGICALPURSE.htm
The single absolute truth is that we don't know.

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Koudai Iwatou » February 1st, 2022, 2:02 am

Al Schneider wrote:Your magic is very smooth.
Also your videography is professional, likewise with your title sequence.
And your website is very professional.
Do you do all this yourself?
I suspect you have a team of pros working as a group.
Is that true?
You have inspired me to play with the purse frame.
Here is something I came up with.
Unfortunately my hands are half paralized after heart surgery,
So they look a little strange.
Eventually, I’ll add patter.
That will take some time as I just got some new hardware I'm learning.

http://www.worldmagiccenter.com/WMC/SHO ... LPURSE.htm


It's a great honor just to say so. You are one of the magicians that I respect.

I do this video activity all by myself.
I learned about videos and websites in college, so...I know.
Your routine is interesting.
There was nothing to worry about such movement.
On the contrary, it looks like the very good routine.

Is this routine that has not been announced yet?

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Re: The Elfin Purse by Koudai

Postby Dave Le Fevre » February 1st, 2022, 4:15 am

Al Schneider wrote:You have inspired me to play with the purse frame.
Here is something I came up with.
Unfortunately my hands are half paralized after heart surgery,
That looks quite magical.

Would that my fully-functioning hands could do anything half as good as that.


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