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Rick Holcombe

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It's been a while since I've posted, but I still actively read the forums.  I've been working on some new things and this is one of them.

This is my take on Chris Kenner's trick "Long Gone Silver" from his book 'Totally Out of Control'. 

I've developed 2 new sleights that I think really open up the handling and make it even more convincing.

would love to hear your thoughts.



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Very nice Rick. To the point and powerful.
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Nice job.

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Mike Powers

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Looks great Rick. Very magical.

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Rick Holcombe

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Thanks guys!
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Waterman

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As always I find myself very impressed with your coin work! Very inspirational. Great to see a post from you...it's been too long.
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Beautiful!
Had you ever tried it in front of real audience?
Do the angels work well?
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Beautiful!
Had you ever tried it in front of real audience?
Do the angels work well?


Yes Jed. I've been showing and tweaking this for about 8 months. The angles are not less forgiving than most other coin routines.

There's no crazy positions here, but I've come up with two new sleights. One is the click pass in the opening display and the other is a new grip/palm to be able to show your hand flat and raise the hand to show empty.
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That last vanish is really nice. Not to take away from the other things you are doing. Just some quality stuff there,
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That last vanish is really nice. Not to take away from the other things you are doing. Just some quality stuff there,


That's from my good friend Jeff Copeland. I highly recommend checking out his work.
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Now that you mention it that looks like something he would do. Well you certainly nailed it. Ive thought a lot about getting that Tresor from him. Any opinions on that?
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Now that you mention it that looks like something he would do. Well you certainly nailed it. Ive thought a lot about getting that Tresor from him. Any opinions on that?


Well, that move is explained as well as an hour plus of other material based on the French Drop. Money well spent. Plus you get 2 specially made coins.
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Rick, that was wonderful! It looked like real magic.

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Will Jung

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Marvelous performance. I really enjoyed it!
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Rick Holcombe

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Thanks a lot Waterman, Anthony, and Will!
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I like the 'breaking' part to turn back the one into two.  Direct and clear.

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Lovely routine, Rick.
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Wow wow wow factor that's Britain got talent kind of stuff that is
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Rick Holcombe

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Thank you guys! And Mike thats a high compliment
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