Learning the classic palm technique makes coin tricks much easier to master, as it is a very easy way to fool your audience.
Look for the right sized coin to perform the perfect coin palm with a video below on how to perfect the classic palm coin technique.
Once you start to practice this we at free magic tricks and illusions suggest using a mirror to help you with seeing yourself perform.
It helps with covering your angles and how your hand looks to a layman.
So lets watch the video below and learn this palm.
The first thing to master with the classic-palm is the position of the coin in you hand. It should be on the palm and as you gently close your hand, the muscles in the palm press against the sides of the coin keeping it in place.
The best way of doing this is tossing the coin from hand to hand, and after doing this a couple of times you make sure the coin is in the correct position in the your palm.
You then turn the hand gently pulling in your thumb slightly to help the muscles in your palm grab gently around the edge of your palm.
It should be a light grip, To test the grip you should be able to tap your hand on the table to release the coin. Its a delicate move but one you will need to master.
You then move this hand towards the other hand and pretend to drop the coin into hat hand and pull it away. This gives the illusion from the coin being tossed for left to right that this has still happened (but it hasn't as it is still in your hand in a palm position).
Its a strewed manuvore and fools the layman completely.
Once you have mastered this utility move you can go on to learn some great magic tricks which use this palm technique.
J Bobo Coin magic book is a great start to learning magic with coins.
Learn this and the world is your oyster with coin magic.
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