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True Fly

by Osiris, Sean

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Symmatrix Magic

Product Description

The performer clearly displays three coins to the spectators (they may even be examined) and then holds all three at the fingertips of his right hand. Suddenly, one coin appears at the fingertips of his left hand leaving only two in the right! This is repeated with a second coin visually traveling across! The third coin is then tossed into the air and it appears with the other two and your right hand is shown unmistakably empty!

No gimmicked coins, magnets, strings, wires, etc. True Fly is a very visual, direct coin routine which also ends clean. You could even perform the routine after each coin has been signed by a different spectator and show each coin travel across then immediately hand out everything for examination at the conclusion.

Photo-illustrated 6-page manuscript.

Available from your favorite magic dealer.
Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006


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January 20th, 2004 1:31pm
Reviewed by David Parr
The desktop publishing revolution brought about by the home computer has made it possible for just about anyone to create a nice-looking instruction booklet, print it, and then sell it to magicians. So why do so many products flooding the magic market look as if the desktop publishing revolution never happened? Why do they appear to be bad photocopies of poorly typewritten manuscripts from the early 1980s?

When I made the decision to release some of my material into the magic world, I reached the following realization: In most instances, my books and other magic products will be sent to total strangers. Those products are essentially my stand-ins; that is, they represent me to people I may never meet in person. I must therefore ensure that my products portray me in a good light. They should look neat and cohesive and professional. They should not be riddled with misspellings, grammatical errors, sloppy drawings or muddy photographs.

Which brings me to the matter at hand.... [Read More]
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