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The spectator wearing the waistcoat takes off his jacket and, putting his fingers together, stretches his arms forward. Is it possible to turn the vest inside out without separating the viewer's fingers? It turns out you can. To do this, you need to unbutton the vest, lift it over your head so that it hangs on your hands, turn it inside out, passing through one of the holes for the sleeves, and finally put it on again.

It is amazing that the same can be done without unbuttoning the waistcoat, and the only difficulty will be that the buttoned waistcoat is too narrow to be pulled over the head. However, this trick is easy to demonstrate by replacing the vest with a sweater. Manipulations with a sweater should be exactly the same as with a vest.

Focus secret:

It is not difficult to demonstrate this trick on yourself, for which you need to connect the hands with a cord, leaving 50 centimeters between them to ensure freedom of movement. You can see for yourself that pulling the sweater over your head, turning it inside out through one of the sleeves and putting it back on is not difficult at all.

You can turn the vest inside out with your hands tied, without even removing your jacket first. To do this, you need to lift the jacket up, carry it over your head and leave it hanging in your arms. Then raise the vest over your head, pass the jacket through one of its sleeve openings and turn the vest inside out as described above.

Author: M.Gardner

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