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Sam Slaven

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This is a coin sleight that I "came up with" when I was a little kid. I doubt it's an original move, but I'm not familiar with anyone else using it. Maybe somebody on here can tell me what it's called. Recorded it 10 years ago so it's not 4k.


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SAM! Very nice!!!
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Thanks, Waterman. Any idea on the name of the move?
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Well done Sam. Gregory Wilson teaches a utility move called the "pitch and ditch" but your sleight is far more static in nature.
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Thanks, Stevie. Where could I find Greg's explanation of the "pitch and ditch"?
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Sam...I have never seen the move before so I couldn't tell you a name...perhaps because the move may be exclusive to yourself! A tutorial would be appreciated should you feel it's something you would be comfortable sharing.
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I will work on putting together a tutorial in the next week or two - I'm on the road for the next few days, but after that...
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Thanks, Stevie. Where could I find Greg's explanation of the "pitch and ditch"?


I think the cheapest way to learn is his at the table lecture, he it teaches well, it wasn't hard for me to learn it from there.
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I think this is also on Greg's "On The Spot" or "Off the Cuff" DVD's. The difference is he does it in the context of flipping the coin into the air a couple times, then upon catching it, it gets pitched to the awaiting left hand casually hanging out of his jeans pocket.
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Sam,

Martin and Rick beat me to it. You will also find an explanation of 'Pitch and Ditch' on the DVD 'In Action, Vol 1' which is currently part of the L&L $10 DVD sale. The mechanics are different but might blend well if you are looking to create a phased routine with your method. 
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