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China Spice
by Ken Muller


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China Spice by Ken Muller

A unique coin routine similar to CSB, but using coins you already own. Using the enhancements of sway methods, these coins transpose in ways not possible with traditional moves. Two and then three coins handled by spectators jump from one hand to another, then from pocket to hand, and finally to a spectator's hand. These coins take on an international identity and cultural bias that is amusing and mystifying.

This is a multi-phase routine involving three different types of coins that goes far beyond a traditional C/S/B approach. A Kennedy Half, English Penny, and Chinese coin are used for illustration, but many combinations are possible if the proper gaff is available: an expanded shell that fits over all three coins - all three types have to be the same diameter.

A full verbal script suggestion is offered too. Special moves and sleights instead of an expensive gaff set with no other use. With this approach, you can segue into or out of other coin routines. Only moderate coin manipulation skills are required and hand size might allow for larger coins.

1st edition 2021, PDF 15 pages.
word count: 7870 which is equivalent to 31 standard pages of text