Sympathetic Coins

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Sympathetic Coins (originally called Coins-n-Cards) is a coin effect in which four coins are laid at the corners of a square and covered by cards to eventually come together under one card.

It was created by Yank Hoe as a variation on an old parlor trick with corks and hats. He first performed it in America by 1891.[1]

Al Schneider created a modern version called Matrix.


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References

  1. Encylopedic Dictionary of Magic by Bart Whaley
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