Easy Coin Magic: 60+ Effects To Choose From • 2m 7s
This next fun little piece of coin magic is the JW Grip, created by Jimmy Wilson in the 1940s. It's a grip that has seen a notable increase in popularity within coin magic in recent years. After watching the tutorial, you'll understand why. The second phalange on your first finger holds the coin in place and your next finger shields it from outside view, giving the move a very clean and unsuspicious look. So, it'll appear that you can produce a coin out of an entirely empty hand. Be sure to remember this move - you'll need it soon for the JW Grip Vanish.
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Al Baker Steal
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