Holds, Grips & Palms
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To begin your journey towards becoming an excellent coin magician, it's essential to learn some of the basic holds, grips, and palms that you'll have to apply to many routines while practicing coin magic. Starting with the Finger Palm, a concealment technique you'll use very often throughout this series.
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The Ramsey Subtlety, credited to John Ramsay, is the perfect concealment that'll stump your audience every time. You'll be able to reveal a completely empty hand, while still shielding the coin from their probing eyes. You'll just need the basics of finger palm, and you'll be set, ready to includ...
The Classic Palm is just that, a classic. It may be the oldest way documented for concealing a coin in existence. Easy to master, an invaluable tool to keep at the ready in your coin magic arsenal. You'll be coming back to this move again and again.
Invented by the Dutch magician Fred Kaps, is the Kaps Subtlety. This move is a natural extension to the Classic Palm. A very simple maneuver that only involves two things: Classic Palm and turning your open hand towards yourself. This gives the audience a good view of your hand, while still keepi...