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Two ropes are tied separately, forming rings. Put them together and they instantly chain together.

Focus secret:

All you need is two ordinary ropes of the same length from 60 cm to 1,5 m each. Tie one rope into a ring. Tie another rope: only one end of the rope passes through the loop of the knot. Tighten the knot.

Focus Connecting Rope Rings

When you've done this, take the first piece of string and thread it over that end of the fake knot. Take the same end of the rope and pass it through the large ring formed by the same rope.

Now firmly grab both ends of the rope with your left hand and hold while your right hand grabs the knot of the other rope. Do not let go of the ends from the left hand, and with the right, pull the knot strongly and sharply to the right. This movement will cause the two ropes to join into a chain. Stretch this chain between your hands.

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