Easy Coin Magic: 60+ Effects To Choose From • 1m 42s
The next utility to learn is the Click Pass. This move is for when you have a couple of coins in one hand, and you need to convincingly pass them into the other... The catch? You want to leave one behind. How can you really sell this? What will make it almost impossible to doubt that you've done exactly as you said? The clink! It's all in the clink.
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This next move, Spellbound, allows you to transpose two coins. One minute the coin is in one hand, the next minute a completely different coin has mysteriously taken its place. All it takes is a little rub, rub, rub and you've done something extraordinary.
Ben presents a variation of the Spellbound change. Almost everything is the same, except for one thing. This variation uses the French Drop for a smoother, sans rubbing transposition. You'll also be able to present an actual, completely empty hand to the audience afterward. A win, win.
Han Ping Chen
This move is an old classic from the deep dark depths of coin magic. It's a method of getting all of your coins into one hand, similarly to the Shuttle Pass. In recent years though, Han Ping Chen has been all but completely replaced with more modern and efficient moves. Nevertheless, it is a trul...