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This crazily powerful coin vanish effect uses several 'sleight-of-hand' methods: The French Drop The Classic Palm The Wrist Subtlety ...
The magician holds up a coin, openly displaying it between fingers and thumb.
The empty hand comes across, taking the coin between fingers and thumb.
The magician takes the coin away. The coin is now in the other hand and the original hand is clearly empty.
Now, the magician turns the hand over and begins to rub the fingers together, slowly opening the hand to reveal...the coin has disappeared!
Now the magician proceeds to swipe both hands, demonstrating that they are truly empty. First one...
...and now the other one.
Now the magician turns his hands over so the audience can clearly see them from the back...
...and also from the front. The coin really has vanished away! This is one of the most powerful coin vanishes you'll ever do and expertly performed ...
Whilst it appears to the audience that the coin has disappeard in one hand, really it is 'classic palmed' in the other. It was never truly taken in ...
Now as the magician wipes one apparently empty hand with the other, the coin is still held secretly in the palm.
Now comes the truly ingenious part of the effect: As the empty hand swipes the hand with the coin in it, the coin is pushed back by the thumb (which ...
With the coin concealed here, the magician can show the empty hands from the front and then...
...even from the back! Now, to hold the coin in this position takes quite a bit of practice and its location on the wrist has to be just right. But...
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