VIDEO TEACHING FROM JUAN TAMARIZ, JOSHUA JAY, DARWIN ORTIZ, MICHAEL AMMAR, DANNI DA ORTIZ, DARYL, DAI VERNON AND MANY MORE - LEARN FROM THE BEST
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    Of the various plots that make up the world of coin magic, Coins Across has always held a special place in the heart, and repertoires, of close-up magicians. Audiences always seem to be intrigued by the idea of coins traveling invisibly between the performer's hands, which accounts for the enormous popularity of this very magical effect.

    You'll see ten different takes on the Coins Across effect. The approaches are different but the main thing they all have in common is that there are absolutely no gaffed coins required for any of the versions presented here. You'll see Johnny Thompson perform Dai Vernon's Winged Silver, perhaps the version that started it all. Michael Ammar demonstrates why his Incredible Coins Across is appropriately named as the coins travel into the spectator's hand - and the last one appears visibly in his open hand! You'll find easy-to-do versions such as Alexander de Cova's Chinese Money Mystery and Paul Diamond's Flying Eagles to more technically-demanding versions such as Jay Sankey's Mr. Clean Coins Across, Michael Close's Too Ahead and Ross Bertram's Passing the Buck.

    From classic handlings from Michael Skinner and Al Schneider to interpretations with a surprise ending, such as Fernando Keops' offering, there's enough material here to enable you to pass coins back and forth between your hands for a lifetime.

    Johnny Thompson
    Winged Silver

    Michael Ammar
    Incredible Coins Across

    Al Schneider
    Coins Across

    Jay Sankey
    Mr. Clean Coins Across

    Paul Diamond
    The Flying Eagles

    Fernando Keops
    Coins Across

    Michael Skinner
    Flying Eagles (Courtesy of Meir Yedid Magic)

    Alexander De Cova
    Chinese Money Myster (Courtesy of Murphy's Magic Inc)

    Michael Close
    Too Ahead

    Ross Bertram
    Passing the Buck