A Coin Assembly
Magic download (video) by David Ben ($7.20)
David Ben, world renowned sleight-of-hand expert, magical historian, and student of Ross Bertram, offers the method and explains the finer points for Bertram's Coin Assembly buried within the pages of Stars of Magic.
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Customer reviews for A Coin Assembly
This assembly is elegant magic! The teaching is just as fine.
It really isn't hard to do "the trick," but doing the work of it with finesse will require many hours of practice for the mere mortal among us. Some personalities will be unable to do this assembly. They will need to mold the method to their ways. It is hard to conceive how that can be achieved without degrading this beautiful piece of magic.
Very good also super explanation
This is an extremely fun yet so mysterious coins across routine. It’s very easy to learn and the moves don’t take too long to master and the reaction you get from your audience is well worth practicing this too! I highly recommend this to anyone looking to learn a simple coin routine or even build up their sleight practice too!! You just can’t go wrong with it! It’s also taught in such a clear and concise way, you won’t feel lost and every move and beat is broken down leaving you to feel more relaxed while learning and not giving up halfway through!
This was an excellent assembly of four coins and a beautiful performance.
I loved it very indepth Instructions and on point. . .
Concise, unembellished, practical instruction on a master’s version of a classic, in a well-produced video. Can’t ask for much more than that.
Awesome effect, don't overlook the classics and Stars of Magic is great. However I struggle with one of the vanishes - the only way I can get it to work involves a damp cloth! Nothing wrong with the explanation though.
simple yet effective. Love the ease at which it is being taught. Clear and very precise.
This routine is evidence that, if you work - really work - on a trick, it can become magic. There is nothing especially difficult about this trick, other than making it look as good as David Ben does. But this is how you build a reputation. You do magic effortlessly and well. From this video, you will not only learn the technical secret, but you will also get to watch one of the smoothest in the business do his thing. I recommend this, highly.
I don't write many reviews.
This is yet another coin assembly, but for me, not only a gorgeous piece of closeup magic, but a lesson in the art and design of clean and clear magical effects with the use of very clever but simple sleight of hand.
Thank you Ross Bertrum for putting this together, and Ben David for presenting it.
Brilliant little gem!
Fantastic. I can't believe what I am seeing!
This is something that is well thought out and nice to add to a traditional Matrix.
What a simple and beautiful coin assembly. Not hard either if you are naturally smooth and fluid. I bet most of us have a lot of klutz to overcome. ;) The instruction and performance use an old leather desktop, my concern is how it will work on a mat.
It is well worth the download price.
Very BRIGHT routine! Unexpected. Made my day!! Thanks a lot! The slaight of hand is in the reach of a novice although is a pro effect for the audience. My public will get crazy!
I love the classics. In a world of sleights, construction rules.
Of all the coin assembly routines I’ve seen this is the most natural and simplest of them all. What attracted me to it is it’s simplicity and ability to be performed on a hard topped table. Using Octopalm it should be easier still. The best I can describe its handling is Eddie Fectorish; quick, simple, logical and natural.
I will be practicing this for the next week... so don’t bother me.