If you’re attracted to magic and want to learn how to do some, you need to choose which type of magic trick to learn to do first. What about magic using coins? Have you ever see a magician pull a quarter out of some unsuspecting person’s ear, Or seen a magician letting a quarter “walk” across his fist, end over end? These magic tricks with coins can be free to learn!
Where To Find Magic Tricks With Coins For Free
Where can you find information about how to do coin magic tricks, free? It can be as simple as going to your local public library. Libraries usually have several books in their shelves about performing magic. The ones in the children’s section will be written more simply, and easier to understand.
The adult section will likely also have books – for free – about coin magic tricks. Note that many books will have information about doing magic of all sorts – coins, cards, cups and balls, maybe even fast and loose (a con game played with a chain – and a quick and easy way to lose your money!). Any basic magic trick book should have coin trick information within it.
You can also find information about coin magic tricks for free on the Internet. There are many websites that give information about various magic effects – the written explanation of how as well as often videos showing how it looks to the audience – online. Free coin magic tricks are online, as well.
Did you know that there are many Society of American Magician (SAM) meetings going on around the country, every month? If you want to learn a coin magic trick for free, consider attending a meeting as a guest and perhaps joining in the future. At the meetings will be many seasoned magicians, and there’s a good chance one or more will be willing to teach you a coin magic trick for free.
If you have a good friend who knows coin tricks, there’s a good chance that he or she would be willing to teach you how to perform the same effect. Magicians love to share their expertise with serious magician wanna-bes, and the code among magicians of not telling how it is done does not apply to serious students of magic. There, the “brotherhood” of magicians applies instead. Ask a knowledgeable friend to teach you a coin trick.
Being taught a coin trick is virtually useless unless you practice until you are qualified to perform. No one wants to see a magician make a mistake, and that’s true with coin magic as well. Be sure you’ve got your prestidigitation skills down pat, then you can show the world.