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How To: Solve the two coins problem

Join Ty Yann and explore a coin puzzle with an unexpected answer. 1. Place a five hundred won coin on the top of another five hundred won coin. Make sure the top coin has the 500 level and showing. 2. Rotate the two coins, like a gear, and think of when the 500 will be straight again. 3. Will it be at quarter, a half, 3/4 or a full turn? Thing of your solution and then try it out. Were you correct?

How To: Perform the "Best Coin Trick in the World"

Hello ladies and gentlemen, Greg Solomon is here today in this video tutorial to teach you how to perform the "Best Coin Trick in the World". He will show for you, and perform for you what many have referred to as the best coin trick there is. Immediately following the performance of this illusion, Greg will reveal to you, and explain to you how the coin illusion is performed.

How To: Do a cool coin flip switch magic trick

This video will show you how to perform a really cool, easy coin trick with only two different coins and your hands. The effect is that you throw one of the coins up in the air, catch it, and reveal the other coin, which the audience has not seen yet. You accomplish this by switching the second coin from one hand to the other while the first is in the air, then stashing the first coin in your pocket while showing your audience the second. Easy and impressive.

How To: Do the doubling coins trick

This is a magic trick in which you turn one small coin into two larger coins. First you need to place the two larger coins horizontally between your index finger and your thumb. Then you need to place the smaller coin vertically against your index finger and thumb as to conceal the two larger coins. Then when you make a motion with your hand you can slide the smaller coin down and have two larger coins.

How To: Make fake coins for magic tricks like David Blaine

(S.E.P) ShootingEggs Productions shows you how to make a magic coin like David Blaine to be used as currency! We show you how. You need a jeweler's saw, a vice, small rubber bands and a coin of your choice. This coin can be used for the coin bite trick or the coin in the bottle trick. It is easy to do and very effective for prop magic tricks.

How To: Make an awesome ring out of a 50 cent coin

Fifty cent coins and quarters made before 1964 were made of 90% silver. This is considered jeweller's quality silver so can easily be made into a ring. Kennedy Half Dollars can be found at coin shops or on ebay for four or five dollars a piece. Begin with an anvil which can clamp onto a table. This will allow you to hammer without damaging the table. If you don't have a anvil, you can use any flat surface that is sturdy and made of metal. Next, take a small hammer, position the coin on its ed...

How To: Always win in napkin chess

This week: a rigged game of skill & a simple sucker bet! Check out this video if you want to learn how to beat anyone in a simple game that can be played anywhere with coins and a napkin. Some might call it magic, others call it skill.

How To: Do the Criss Angel disappearing coin trick

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the drop coin vanish magic trick. The magician begin by holding onto a coin and shows the audience that the other hands is empty. Then the magician takes the coin with the other hand and starts to rub it. When he opens his hand, the coin has been vanished. To do this trick, hold onto the coin in between your thumb, index and middle fingers. The coin should be down about half way. They key is to create an illusion that you're taking the coin, whe...

How To: Make a coin disappear in your hand

There are a million ways to make a coin disappear, but the classic technique in this how-to video is used in hundreds of tricks. This is a simple illusion that every good magician should know. All you need is a large coin and your own two hands. Watch this video magic tutorial and learn how to perform a basic vanishing coin trick.

How To: Perform the coin through a handkerchief trick

In this video from ViralVideoJunkies we learn the magic trick where you pass a coin through a handkerchief. Take the coin and place it underneath the scarf. Hold it by the coin and pinch it so you have a bit of material in between the coin and your other finger. When you make the move to put the coin back in the scarf you are actually not just covering the quarter back up, but you are taking both sides of the scarf and flipping it. Now you have a firm grip with your thumb and finger on the co...

How To: Force the outcome of a coin toss with a simple trick

Coin flips... every knows about the coin toss, but how do you win at every one? This video will show you how to force the outcome of a coin toss with a simple trick. Actually, there are two tricks that let you decide the outcome of any coin toss. The first trick is a classic gamblers secret, and the second a new con technique.

How To: Do a basic coin roll

Check out this magic trick tutorial video to learn how to perform a basic coin roll. This is a crash course explanation on the coin roll, also known as the knuckle roll. The tutorial is quick so you may have to PAUSE IT to read some things in the video. Just follow these simple instructions: Start with the coin on your thumb. then grip the coin between your thumb and index finger. Then release your grip so it rests on your index finger. Use your middle finger to grab the edge of the coin so i...

How To: Predict the outcome of a coin toss when you flip

Most of the time for official coin tosses the interested party calls the result while the coin is in the air. Often, the coin is allowed to land on the ground to prevent tampering. Assuming that you are in a flipping situation where you are flipping it into your hand and calling it when it gets to the hand, it is pretty easy to guess the result accurately. This video will show you how to do so by rubbing the coin quickly to determine whether it is bumpy-side (tails) up or smooth-side (heads).

How To: Make your own 3D coins in Photoshop

When it comes to Photoshop, if you can imagine it then you can make it. Of course, more complex objects (and more realistic objects) take longer to complete, but the results are totally worth it. Just check out this lifelike coin, for instance. This Photoshop tutorial will teach you how to produce realistic coins via applying textures to a 3D cylindrical object.

How To: Mend a broken eyeshadow

For any hard eyeshadow that has broken in its well, this technique displays how to fix and make your eyeshadow good as new and easy to use again. Move all the eyeshadow powder out of the eye shadow dish and into a new container and break it all up into a fine powder. Using any type of alcohol (she uses vodka) and mix the eye shadow until it forms a paste. You then would put the alcohol mixture back in the original dish and then press down on the dish with a coin covered in a cloth soaked in a...

How To: Do the finger palm coin vanish trick

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a finger palm coin vanishing magic trick. The user begins placing a coin in their hand on the middle and fore finger. It should be placed where the fingers meet the palm of the hand. Flip the coin over a couple of times, and make sure that it stays. Then the user tells the audience that they will place the coin into the other hand. As the user pretends to toss the coin into the other hand, they should give the illusion that it is in the other ha...

How To: Clean beach coins

According to Outer Banks, cleaning coins found on the beach is an easy job. First of all he doesn't clean pennies as he doesn't think its worth the time. First use a rock tumbler. They're not expensive and cost under $100.00. Toss the coins in a tumbler with small rocks or gravel as this helps clean and separate the coins. Use a couple of squirts of dishwashing liquid and water about 3/4 full. Let it tumble about three to four hours. Using a colander rinse your coins once tumbling is complete...

How To: Clean dirty old coins

Meta Cafe offers fast and easy tips on how to clean filthy and old coins. All you need is: baking powder, a small, empty bowl, and a glass of water. Start by putting some baking powder into the small bowl. Next put some of your filthy, old coins into the small bowl, laying them on top of the baking powder. Then layer the remaining baking powder over the coins in the small bowl. Finally, pour the water into the bowl and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Remove the coins and dry them using a paper ...

How To: Make coin pearl drop earrings

Here's a 'How To Make' video for a pair of classy freshwater pearl earrings. For this project you will need some earring findings, jump rings, coin pearls, eye pins, head pins, and pearls. Learn how to craft these coin pearl drop earrings by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

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