Easy Coin Magic: 60+ Effects To Choose From • 1m 38s
Now, Ben presents a classic coin move from the olden days of coin manipulation. To perform the Back Palm, you'll do just that - palm the coin on the backside of your hand. You'll swoop your two middle fingers down and underneath the coin, scooping to the back of your hand. Perfecting this move will take quite a bit of work, and it's only used occasionally in modern coin magic. It is a classic, though - and should be known by all aspiring to be proficient in coin artistry.
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Edge Grip Variation 1
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