Snapback Vanish
I think this was the first move I developed back in 1960. To me, most false placement moves had funny finger motion going on when a coin was apparently placed into the other hand but held back. So the impetus was to execute a false transfer without odd finger flutter. The method was to reduce the distance a finger had to move to extract the coin from the other hand. Another goal was to keep the in and out appearance of the hand the same. That is, if the hand going into the hand with a coin looked the same as the hand coming away from the hand minus the coin, the audience should believe the coin was in the hand. Unfortunately, the move is not very useful for the coin ends up in an awkward position. So the move is limited in application.

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