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I'm having trouble with winged silver from David Roth's expert coin magic vol.1 . I can't figure out how to classic palm one coin out of several as I close into a fist. The dvd's have been very discriptive so far but blaze over this point.

I also own expert coin magic vol.2 and bobo's if you can point me to a good reference.

Thanks in advance for any help,
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You may have to go to Kaufman Coin Magic for the full description on that one. It has been a while but if I remember correctly Roth and Geoff Latta have applications for that move in the book.

Can be a tricky book to get hold of, I think I got mine from Magic Smith around a year ago...good hunting
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Indus, try to slide the top coin over with your thumb onto your fingertips as you close your hand into a fist putting the coin into a good spot to CP it.

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If you have the 3 coins close to open finger palm position and the coin to be CP'd slid into fingertip rest position, it is almost a matter of simply making a fist and the coins will end up where you want them.

This move (and routine) is taught in Expert coin magic Vol 1. There are a couple points and subtelties in there that you might have overlooked.
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