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Chapter 7   Strategies
The goal in this chapter is to list various strategies people have applied to the
performance of Matrix. The idea is to just touch on them without getting involved
deeply in the theory of each. The number of approaches to what initially appeared to
be a simple trick is interesting.
 
A Fast Approach
Traditionally Matrix is performed quickly. The coins are laid on the table, covered and
then picked up quickly. I believe the primary reason for this is fear. There is no reason
to do Matrix quickly. The audience tends not to be aware of what is happening. So
you can give them every chance to see that a coin has traveled from one location to
another.