The Chop Cup turns a sleight-of-hand classic - the cups and balls - almost into a self working miracle. Of course, to perform a strong Chop Cup routine you will still need a good amount of sleight of hand and misdirection, but a lot of the 'work' is done by the cup itself.
Al Wheatley is credited with the invention of the Chop Cup. Will Ayling collects in this ebook a series of strong Chop Cup routines including Ken Brooke's routine.
This was part of the Supreme Know-How Series.
1st edition 1989; original 40 pages; PDF 56 pages.
Table of Contents
- ANOTHER ONE CUP AND BALL ROUTINE
- PAPER COVER CUP AND BALL (AFTER BERLAND)
- THOUGHTS ON THE MAGNETIC CUP
- SINGULAR CUP AND BALL
- TOPIT GAMING BAG
- MY CHOP CUP ROUTINE
- BERTIE THE BASEBALLER
- THE GILL CHOP CUP ROUTINE
- THAT CHOP CUP AGAIN
- PERTINENT TO THE BIG LOAD
word count: 18823 which is equivalent to 75 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Michael Lyth (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Sunday 31 January, 2016
My original printed copy I lent out never seen it since I miss that book but this makes it easier for these old eyes a much-recommended read on the chop cup