Slydini Touch

When you patter asking "How many?" . . . "What did you say? . . ."Three?". . . while jingling the coins, repeat these thoughts in different ways. This keeps the spectator on the qui-vive but confusedly so as he does not know what to expect. On the other hand, the patter and the motions it allows you serve as misdirection and cover.

Editor's Note: The same effect but without performing the "Imp-Pass" was published in the Society of American Magician's M-U-M in its May, 1958 issue under the title of "The Psychological Coin Routine." This is an excellent alternative for acceding to the inevitable request: "Do it again, please?"

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