Chinese Bit 2 Pound Version
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Three previously examined coins are used: a Two Pound Coin, an old-type English Penny and a Chinese coin. The Penny and Chinese coin are placed in the right hand and the Two Pound Coin in the left. Without any suspicious moves the coins are shown to have transposed, the Two Pound Coin appearing in the right hand and the Penny and Chinese coin in the left.
The Penny is then placed in the pocket but it instantly returns to the hand, while the Two Pound Coin vanishes from the hand and appears in the pocket. The Chinese coin is placed in the pocket, the Penny in the left hand and the Two Pound Coin in the right. Seconds later the Two Pound Coin is seen resting in the left hand while the Penny is in the right hand.
This is repeated once again but this time the Chinese coin appears next to the Penny in the right hand. The Two Pound Coin is then placed in the right hand and the Penny and Chinese coin in the left. Both hands are closed and instantly opened to reveal the Two Pound Coin in the left hand and the Penny and Chinese coin in the right. This is repeated twice more and then the coins are handed out once again to be examined.