Con Denominación / With Guarantee of Origin

DVD by Juan Luis Rubiales ($39.95)

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Juan Luis Rubiales' new DVD Con Denominación (A Spanish expression that translates to "With Guarantee of Origin") contains ten of the most amazing coin routines from Juan Luis' repertoire.

"He is very creative, he has an authentic and unique style. Like his Magic, authentic and genuine, a real marvel. Thank you Juanlu for what you are doing." Juan Tamariz
"Finally, Juan Luis Rubiales has shared his Magic Secrets. It is a good day for every fan of coin magic." Luis Piedrahita
"His Magic is absolutely brilliant." William Kalush
"I'm very excited with Juanlu Rubiales and his new DVD. He is a great magician." Eric Mead

Contents of Con Denominación

  • Immediate Assembly
  • From Hand to Hand
  • Progressive Assembly
  • Visual Transposition
  • Multiple Transposition
  • Silver, Copper, Chinese
  • Verbimagia Transposition I
  • Verbimagia Transposition II
  • From Copper to Silver in Case
  • And this was the Illusion
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Matthieu Csernel

Be warned, the dubbing is absolutely awful. That is the reason why I did not give a five star rating. However, everything is very well filmed, from multi angles (face to the magician and over the shoulder, zooming on Juan's hand) and even someone who does not speak any Spanish will understand each trick construction and moves. I watched it at first in English but I now watch it exclusively in Spanish.
Each trick is very well constructed, elegant, with no extra move or unmotivated action. However, you will have to work on your handling.
There is some material for experimented magician but also for debuting ones.
I especially love his Visual transposition because the coin is really placed in the hand. And one the hand is reopened, the coin has transposed with the other.
Some of the tricks use some gimmicks (shell and c/s coins) but not all. And the gimmicks are always used in conjonction with sleight of hands.