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 **Three-Coin Click Pass** **Three-Coin Click Pass**
  
-Twenty years after Hoffmann published the standard click pass, Arthur Otto included a variation in his //Beginner's Guide to Conjuring//, 1910, p. 19, under the title "A Deceptive Coin Pass". This reversed the action of the click pass as described by Hoffmann, palming the second coin after the first while deliberately making the two coins click, instead of releasing the first from the palm to drop onto the second. This variation is inferior to the original but has the interesting component of involving a third coin in the procedure. This is the progenitor of David Roth's Three-Coin Click Pass, a superior approach that was published in //David Roth's Expert Coin Magic// by Richard Kaufman, 1985, p. 20; which in turn was inspired by an idea shown him by Roger Klause. (J. B. Bobo included the double-palming action used by Otto---without involving a third coin---as method b in //Modern Coin Magic//, //op. cit.//)+Twenty years after Hoffmann published the standard click pass, Arthur Otto included a variation in his //[[http://www.conjuringcredits.com/lib/tpl/credits/files/1910-otto.pdf|Beginner's Guide to Conjuring]]//, 1910, p. 19, under the title "A Deceptive Coin Pass". This reversed the action of the click pass as described by Hoffmann, palming the second coin after the first while deliberately making the two coins click, instead of releasing the first from the palm to drop onto the second. This variation is inferior to the original but has the interesting component of involving a third coin in the procedure. This is the progenitor of David Roth's Three-Coin Click Pass, a superior approach that was published in //David Roth's Expert Coin Magic// by Richard Kaufman, 1985, p. 20; which in turn was inspired by an idea shown him by Roger Klause. (J. B. Bobo included the double-palming action used by Otto---without involving a third coin---as method b in //Modern Coin Magic//, //op. cit.//)
  
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