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Sample Clip: The Stealth Showcase
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!
Review by Dustin Stinett (Used with Permission)- Genii Magazine:
Volume 10, “Still More,” has 11 main selections and five bonus items. Special guest (and the host of the event) Marc DeSouza performs and explains his wonderful “Matter of Time.” This is a performance piece with two surprise endings and is proof that magic secrets are—as Penn Jillette has said—all about the gaffer tape. “Ultra Reverse Matrix” is, as Dr. Rubinstein says, a very clean version of this now classic effect. “Okito Goes Wild” is Mike Gallo’s nice Okito Box version of the “Wild Coin” plot. David Roth gets into the Okito act with a nice segment on the box (with focus on the slot box). Al Schneider returns and puts theory into practice with a discussion on coin vanishes and he also performs and explains “Split Silver” from his book Al Schneider on Close-Up (1980). The jewel of this disc—and perhaps all three—is the half-hour long Panel Discussion (by the three “New York Coin Guys” as they are also known) on the Retention Vanish. Each man shows and explains in depth their version—and they are each quite different—of this key sleight.
This collection of discs is high on value to price ratio. There is a ton of good to great material here that will keep coin enthusiasts busy for a long time. I highly recommend them.