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Frank Zak

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Here is some old footage of Mike Skinner performing Jumping Gems and Hot Rod. Filmed at his house around 1987. Enjoy.

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Tom G

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Thanks Frank.
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Anthony Vinson

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Fun stuff! Thanks for sharing, Frank.

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Robin Dawes

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I love the loose grip and the open displays - this is great technique.
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Seemed like there was more variety back in the 80's. Sure...fellers were doing card tricks, but it seems like there was just as much emphasis on paddles, cups and balls, coins, and sponge balls. Today's close-up world appears to focus more on cards. 

Seeing someone like Mike Skinner do Jumping Gems makes me feel validated in keeping these effects in my repertoire.
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Seemed like there was more variety back in the 80's. Sure...fellers were doing card tricks, but it seems like there was just as much emphasis on paddles, cups and balls, coins, and sponge balls. Today's close-up world appears to focus more on cards. 

Seeing someone like Mike Skinner do Jumping Gems makes me feel validated in keeping these effects in my repertoire.


Plus, you do them so well that it’s easy to see why they keep your audiences entertained.

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Thanks Rudy! 
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