New York Coin Seminar Volume 16 Discounts Apply !
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The New York Coin guys, David ROTH, Dr. Michael RUBINSTEIN, and Mike GALLO, are back with a vengeance, with their latest set of DVD's!! Volumes, 14, 15, and 16, subtitledMethods, Performances, and Presentations, each contain 2 hours of the same, hard hitting, cutting edge coin magic, that have defined their prior offerings. Joining them in this venture are special guests Bob Fitch, Doug Brewer, and Jean Emmanuel Franzis, with contributions from Dan Watkins, Bill Citino, and guest host, Marc DeSouza.
Volume 16 is the perfect closure to the three volume set, with fifteen additional wonderful coin routines. In Dr. Michael Rubinstein's Bent Coin Routine, not one, but two coins are bent by brute strength, one belonging to the spectator. Oil and Water is Rubinstein's take on the classic card plot, adapted to coins. Nest of Boxes is an update on a routine taught on an earlier DVD, where the loads occur right under the noses of your spectator.
Mike Gallo offers a mysterious transposition of a Chinese and silver coin in Dragon Coin Part Two. Two Copper Silver contains some eye popping changes not found in other routines There are additional selections by Marc DeSouza, Bob Fitch, and Doug Brewer, and a novel approach to the Cylinder and Coins by Jean Emmanuel Franzis.
The Highlight of this DVD, though, is David Roth's Asian Act, performed and explained.. This was only seen once before, at the New York Magic Symposium in Tokyo, back in the Eighties. After seeing The Reflection, the Chopstick, and The Kite, you will believe in defying gravity!
Rounding out this DVD is a HUGE bonus section, taken from the latest coin seminar. Bob Fitch performs one of his signature effects, Money Makes the World Go Round. Dr. Michael Rubinstein explains in detail several types of coin loads. Mike Gallo teaches three more eye popping routines. David Roth performs a NEW coin trick, the Record. Bob Fitch gives another wonderful lecture on Changing Focus and Space, a perfect closure to the three volume set.