New York Coin Seminar Volume 10: Still More
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Still More, with almost two and a half hours in volume 10! David Roth shows that size does matter with Fugitive Coins. You will learn all about coin boxes and moves with Roth's in depth discussion on the Okito Box. Dr. Rubinstein updates a handling of an old effect with Magnetic Coins III. Ultra Reverse Matrix was supposed to be an entry in Tannens New Stars of Magic series in the 80's, but now its yours. Rubinstein again showcases Stealth palm with Stealth Copper Silver Transposition, but you can see just how special Stealth palm can be with the Stealth Showcase, consisting of productions, a coins across, and a gaddabout coins routine with a killer ending!
Mike Gallo goes wild with his Okito Coin Box routine, and pennies become pennies in Nonsense. The biggest reaction of all the DVD effects, however, comes with Old Faithful, a routine that finds its roots in a Roth effect, but goes the other way! Vic Trabucco is up next with another practical coin vanish, and the legendary Scotty York hits a homer with his A Sweet Coin Trick, where a signed coin is found in a sugar packet.
The Bonus section contains the third installment of Al Schneider on Coins, where he puts his theories to work with some amazing coin vanishes. Scotty York showcases his Two Copper one Silver routine in the Numismatist. Vic Trabucco performs Glass Transit, which ends with a vanish in the classic Trabucco style. Guest host Marc DeSouza gives up his award winning routine, A Matter of Time, and the section ends with an in depth panel discussion by the New York Coin guys on the Retention Pass.
Running Time Approximately 140min
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