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Put a thimble on the outstretched index finger of the right hand.

Put this finger behind the open palm of your left hand, thereby hiding it and the thimble from the field of view of the audience for a moment. Now bring your right hand out from behind the left - on the index finger there will be a thimble of a completely different color.

Focus Color-changing thimble

Focus secret:

For demonstration, you need two identical thimbles of different colors, for example, silver and gold. If there are no such colors, you can simply paint the thimbles in different colors. One of the two thimbles is "secret". It is put on in advance on the middle finger of the right hand, clenched into a fist. Place the outstretched index finger of the right hand behind the left open palm.

Under her cover, clench the index finger with a thimble into a fist, and stretch the middle finger with another thimble. At the same time, turn your hand as shown in the figure, then the audience will take the middle finger for the index finger. The thimble will "change" color.

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