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Spectacular tricks and their clues

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The magician gives you the opportunity to carefully examine your hands and knife. After that, he declares that he can so concentrate his internal energy resources in his fingertips that he will be able to hold the knife for a long time. The magician takes a knife with his left hand and tries to attach it to the fingers of his right hand. The knife does not hold and falls. Then the magician pretends to concentrate, and again puts the knife to his fingers. Oddly enough, it rests on the tips of the fingers (index, middle and ring fingers).

After that, the magician takes the ring finger aside, and the knife remains hanging on the tips of two fingers - the index and middle.

Focus secret:

In order for the knife to hang on two fingers, you need to do this. Take it in your left hand with the tip towards you and press the blade against the pads of the ring and middle fingers of your right hand. Do not press the index finger of the right hand to the blade, but place it on top of the knife on the tip. You have fulcrum on the middle and ring fingers.

The handle of the knife is the load that outweighs the blade, but the index finger delays the upward movement of the blade and prevents the knife from falling. After you get used to holding the knife on three fingers, you can freely move your ring finger to the side.

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