Video: It's more fun to believe in a world where magic can possibly exist, but then you see a different camera angle of a cool magic trick and realise it's all just misdirection, tricks and fantastic finger dexterity. But still it's worth it just for that brief moment where you absolutely have no idea how the magician did that. Here's Oscar Owen teasing you with three tricks you can do with a coin — making a coin teleport, disappear and switch hands — and then crushing you as he explains how he pulls it off (it can be as simple as pushing the coin off the table).
Here's Three Magic Tricks You Can Easily Learn To Do With A Coin
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