WILD COINS (Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by ChiNam Leung, Bean's Magic
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WILD COINS (Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by ChiNam Leung, Bean's Magic

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Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard)
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WILD COINS is a practical and super visual coin prop. Four silver coins turn copper one by one, then back to silver, ON BOTH SIDES! The audience gasps in amazement!

Advantages

- Easy to learn, no complicated sleights needed
- Visual and practical
- Made with high quality coins
- Gets great reactions
- Demonstrated and explained by Bill Cheung, World Champion of FISM
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Excellent Review by Steady
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 40%
Satisfaction 100%
This routine works under real working conditions for kids adults alike.The coins are high quality Morgan copies best I’ve owned the copper sun moon gimmick is a beautiful well made coin.The routine itself is excellent and you can add to the routine by producing the coins and vanishing them using basic magician skills I love this set.The real set would cost 400 pounds including customs charges vat so get it while you can.

(Posted on 26/03/2019)

Awesome Review by edward
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 40%
Satisfaction 100%
After studying the online routine I am very impressed and was totally fooled.My initial review was on the coins the quality which is very good I had not seen the online instructions.This is a beautiful routine and it has some really sneaky under their nose moves that are not hard to do and after 3 decades of fooling with coins I didn’t see. Slydini himself would love the structure of this routine for me it surpasses other wild coin routines I have seen.period.

(Posted on 18/03/2019)

Very nice coin copies Review by Ed.
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 60%
Satisfaction 100%
The replica Morgan’s are good quality I love the copper gimmick albeit it is a copy coin it appears to be made of something copper like not just painted over.The routine appears well structured I own the coin set in the real coins was interested to see the copy version.Its a good job.

(Posted on 17/03/2019)

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