Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights Volume 3 by Michael Rubinstein video DOWNLOAD
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    • Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights Volume 3 by Michael Rubinstein video DOWNLOAD

    Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights Volume 3 by Michael Rubinstein video DOWNLOAD

    In this text, various coin and card moves are discussed. The first part focuses on coin moves, including the Two Coin Turnover and its variation, the Han Ping Chien move, and different coin switches such as the Utility Switch and the Latta One Hand Coin Switch. The second part covers click passes, including the Single Click Pass and the Rubinstein Click Pass, as well as the R.O.P.S. Technique and coin and card moves like the Pick-Up Move and the Card Ping Chien. These moves and techniques are used by magicians to create illusions and perform impressive tricks.
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    More Double-Faced Coin Moves: The Two Coin Turnover (Rubinstein); The Two Coin Turnover Variation (Rubinstein).

    Han Ping Chien: The Classic Move; The Classic Move Variation (Rubinstein); Rubinstein Toss.

    Subtleties: Ramsey Subtlety; Kaps Subtlety.

    Coin Roll

    Switches: Utility Switch from Finger Palm; Utility Switch from Classic Palm; Utility Switch with Thumb Clip; Fingertip Utility Switch; Thumb Palm Switch; The Latta One Hand Coin Switch (Latta); The Classic Angle One Hand Coin Switch (Rubinstein); R.S.P. Turnover Switch (Rubinstein).

    Click Passes: Single Click Pass (Chester Woodin); Double Click Pass; Bounce Click Pass; Bounce Double Click Pass; Rubinstein Click Pass; Thumb Click Pass; Double Clip Click Pass; New Theory Click Pass.

    R.O.P.S. Technique: R.O.P.S. Move; New Theory Retention Pass; R.O.P.S. Click Pass; R.O.P.S. Double Click Pass; R.O.P.S. Card Move.

    Coin & Card Moves: Pick-Up Move (Dingle Schneider); Harris Steal (Paul Harris); Bilis Vanish (Bernard Bilis); Card Lever Load (Rubinstein); Pick-Up Load; Point Load; Twirl Load (Al Schneider); Display and Flip-Over Move (Rubinstein); Card Ping Chien (Rubinstein).

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