Palming Coins Dollaro Morgan
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Palming the Coin with Palming Coins Dollaro Morgan
Place the coin in the base of the dominant hand. There is an area at the base of your palm that is able to grip and hold a coin in place when the hand muscles are flexed. This is key. Your muscles will contract in the palm, allowing your palm to clutch the coin.
The coin that is to be palmed is usually resting on the fingertips, on the fore and middle finger of the hand. Keep your hand in a relaxed and natural position.
This position is quite flexible and will allow the coin to be easily maneuvered as you curl the two fingers into your palm or turn your hand palm downwards after curling the fingers to make a clenched fist.
Press the coin into the palm of your hand. Now, while holding your hand facing up, contract your thumb muscle by simply bringing your thumb closer to the center of your hand. You should see the coin being slightly pressed down onto your palm, thus holding the coin to your hand.
This is the basic principle of palming a coin. Now, if you bring your four other fingers inward, the coin will be even more secure. You should be able to hold your hand facing downwards without the possession of the coin being obvious.
Practice over time will improve this skill to the point where it will be difficult to identify the location of the coin.
Try and keep the thumb and forefinger touching as this will prevent your thumb from sticking out, which would make it obvious that you are concealing a coin in the hand.
Bring your thumb closer to the forefinger. The muscles are then contracted when you bring your thumb a little closer to the forefinger.
Notice how when the thumb comes in, the muscle will then go over the coin.
From the front, this looks very, very natural. Over time as you practice this, you’ll be able to place your hand down on a table and then pick it back up. You’ll be able to then conceal coins without anyone knowing.