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dschmunis

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I just got my first set of jumping gems but unfortunately, it came with no information/routines. I have some resources to learn the paddle move but was wondering if there are any good resources specific to this effect that I could research?

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There is Zimmerman's Slippery Rocks in The Art of Close up Magic Vol 1. and I'm sure many of the close up books would cover paddle tricks.
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It's me again. Also just found Jamison's Spot Sticks in My Best by J.G. Thompson, Jr.
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Thanks Harry. I’ll look up Zimmerman’s routine in my library!
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You're welcome. Here's another one. Jumping Gems in Top Secrets of Magic also by J.G. Thompson Jr.
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Curtis Kam. "A Girl's Best Friend", from "Deceptions in Paradise".
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