Coins Across (World's Greatest Magic) - DVD

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Coins Across (World's Greatest Magic) - DVD

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    World's Greatest Magic - Coins Across (1 hour and 20 minutes).

    Among the various effects that are part of the world of magic with coins, "coins across" has always had a special place in my heart, and in the repertoire of close-up magicians. The public remains fascinated by the idea of coins that travel invisibly in the hands of the performer, and this gives it a huge popularity at a very magical effect.

    In this DVD, you will see ten different methods to effect the coin across. The approaches are different, but the thing they all have in common is that they are not absolutely required for any of the coins rigged versions presented here. You'll see Johnny Thompson perform "Winged silver" Dai Vernon, perhaps the version that kicked off at all. Michael Ammar demonstrates his "Incredible coins across", in which the coins are traveling in the hands of the viewer - and the last one appears in his open hand! You will find versions easy to make as "Chinese money mystery" by Alexander de Cova and "Flying Eagles" by Paul Diamond and technically more challenging versions as "Mr.clean coins across" Jay Sankey, "Too ahead" by Michael Close and "Passing the Buck "Ross Bertram.

    Manipulations classic Michael Skinner and Al Schneider interpretations with a surprise ending, such as that offered by Fernando Keops, here there is enough material to allow you to pass the coins back and forth between your hands for a lifetime.

    Winged silver - Johnny Thompson
    Incredible coins across - Michael Ammar
    Coins Across - Al Schneider
    Mr. Clean coins across - Jay Sankey
    The flying eagles - Paul Diamond
    Coins Across - Fernando Keops
    Flying eagles (courtesy of Meir Yedid Magic) - Michael Skinner
    Chinese money mystery (courtesy of Murphy's Magic Inc) - Alexander de Cova
    Too ahead - Michael Close
    Passing the buck - Ross Bertram