The Tenkai Palm tutorial video, it is often used for a card trick vanish and production and a coin trick vanish and production.
Tenkai was a Japanese magician who's real name was Teijiro Ishida. Not a lot is know of this man but his name lives on with an important sleight of hand trick which can be used in both coin and card magic. We look at both techniques here on this page
He was a creator of magic and two techniques if coin and card magic were named after him.
The first technique is with cards.
The card is hidden between the thumb and little finger, within the palm but slightly back from the fingers which allows movement of the fingers.
Its a very cunning idea and will do you well to learn this technique for great magic tricks. You must be prepared to train your fingers in to behave in this move, it does take a lot of practice to get it right every time.
Watch the video below to help you learn this great technique with cards in great detail.
Tenkai was also given the privilege of being named as a creator of a palm that hides the coin in the back of the hand. This Palm is very clever and can be used in a coins across magic trick.
Below is a great display of cunning and magic when two coins are shown, one in each hand. Then after a bit of brilliance, one coin has jumped across the palms and joined the other coin making one hand produce two coins leaving the the other hand empty.The secret is to push the coin behind the fingers and pinch the coin between the ring finger and the pinky finger (the small finger for those who do not know what the pinky is... time to learn now in a funny way )
Watch, learn and enjoy this master class below to learn the Tenkai Palm Tutorial for coin tricks. Its a great trick this video and our thanks go to the creator of this great sleight of hand work of art.
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