GIACOMO BERTINI: "Cylinder & Chips"
This is his easy version of the famous coin routine. Giacomo uses poker chips instead of coins and his own gimmick, which you can buy from him. He created this routine for professional use, such as when working at event dinners, and in any difficult situation, anywhere. The effect is amazing, like the classical version, but in this case, the routine is really easy to perform, and the hands are really empty, in front of the spectators. Very beautiful routine for stand-up workers. Beginner level.
DARYL: "The Manly Matrix"
This is a wonderful version of the classic matrix effect - four coins and four cards. Each coin starts under one card in 4 different places. Eventually, all coins assemble magically one by one under one card. The description includes a beautiful display move that allows you to show a card in one hand while you hide a coin in the same. Very beautiful routine for stand-up workers. Intermediate level.
AKIRA FUJII: "Before of Jet Coin"
The famous Japanese television magician shows us an update to his historic routine. Akira was the first magician who used the "muscle-pass" technique, not as a simple flourish, but as a technique in the context of a routine. You can appreciate the inventiveness and progress in coin magic made as early as the late 90's by this Japanese magician. Routine to work at the table in any situation, also impromptu. Advanced level.
MIGUEL ANGEL GEA: "Three In One"
The master of Spanish coin magic presents a nice routine in which three coins disappear from a glass and reappear in different positions including inside a deck of cards on top of a chosen card and inside a previously shown empty purse. Strong effect and a very nice interlude within your show of cards or coins. Routine to work at the table. Beginner/intermediate level.
ERIC JONES: "EJ Copper Silver"
The young and already famous American magician shows us an easy routine with which you can really amaze the audience. A double Copper Silver transposition to be performed either at the table or stand-up at any situation also impromptu. The climax happens in the hands of the spectator. A lesson in style and pure magic. Beginner level.
The well-known Japanese magician shows us his coin skills: a beautiful and original one coin routine mixed with a spellbound routine. Interesting variations of classic techniques, with a new dress. To be performed in stand-up situation, in any situation also impromptu. Intermediate/advanced level.
AUKE VAN DOKKUM: "Chink a Chink" (performance only)
The Dutch magician shows us his well-known version of Roth's famous routine. Everything is done in a very magical way, with an easy explanation. The climax is amazing. Routine for stand-up workers at the table with a mat. Beginner level.
AURELIO PAVIATO: "O.C.T.S. an application" (performance only)
The close-up FISM gold champion, and also well-known Italian television magician, shows us an application of his technique and his original approach to coin magic that made him famous. A perfect construction of a very beautiful routine as well as his performance. Routine for stand-up workers at the table in any situation also impromptu. Advanced level.
ANTONY GERARD: "Shuffling Down a Different Sidewalk" (Cards routine)
This is the only card routine in this video. The well-known and creative American magician shows us his original version of the "Three-card Monte". His version is really new and different from all the others, with an easy and ingenious construction. A succession of effects and an amazing final climax. Everything can be controlled and is performed without any gimmicks or manipulations, because everything is extraordinarily easy and you can work it in any situation. Routine for stand-up workers in any situation is also impromptu. Beginner level.
CURTIS KAM: "Box Jumper"
The famous American magician, among the best coin man in the world, shows us one of his beautiful routines, an original and very visual transposition of silver dollars and china-coins between a purse and an Okito box. Everything is truly magical and visual. Routine to work at the table standing or sitting, in any situation also impromptu. Intermediate level.
ERIC ROUMESTAN: "Impossible Coins To Pocket" (performance only)
Again, the French magician presents a very elusive routine with his original invisible gimmick: all the coins can appear and disappear from his hands in close up situations. One, two, three, or four coins disappear in the air as they are thrown from hand to hand, in a truly elusive and magical way. Beginner level.
ALEX CONRADI: "Chameleon Skin Purse" (performance only)
The really talented Italian/Dutch magician shows his very beautiful routine. The production and vanish of two coins from a purse frame. Nothing is left to chance and his professional presentation is masterfully interpreted and executed. A model of how we can work with real audiences in a professional situation. Routine for stand-up workers in any situation is also impromptu. Beginner level.
MICHAEL RUBINSTEIN: "Silver & Lint Final Chapter"
The well-known American coin man shows us a very nice spellbound routine, in which he starts by making a silver coin appear. Then the coin turns into a copper coin several times. At the end of the routine the coin disappears completely. Routine to work standing or sitting, in any situation also impromptu. Intermediate level.
Competition Winners (3rd place): REMY ROBERT "Coins & Ball"
The young French magician winner of third place in the coin magic competition performs and explains his beautiful astonishing and spectacular routine. With his original sleeving technique, he shows us what real magic is. Coins that disappear and appear together with metal balls, one two three 4 appear and disappear, in a spectacular succession. Not to be missed! Routine for stand-up workers in any situation is also impromptu. Advanced level.
1st edition 2011, length 1h 25min