Those tricks which involve gripping the coin by the edges will benefit from a coin that has a rough milled edge.
Also, if you are performing these tricks, a large shiny coin will
better results, as it will stand out against the hand better.
Most of the tricks on the site have an animated gif showing the basic
moves. They have been slowed down quite a bit to help see each move
better for learning the trick. If you still cant work out the moves
then you can load the animated gif into a program such as Windows Media
Player or something similiar that will allow you to slow it down more
or view it frame by frame.
For the more complicated tricks the animated gif may link to a
Windows Media Video file. Where relevant these have been setup so that
they will work nicely when looped so you can watch the trick looping in
the player as you try and learn how its done.
None of the videos are really performance quality, they have been
done slower than normal speed to make the tricks easier to understand.
At some point I hope to create some routines that better show of how
the tricks look when performed properly. The Two Coin Routine (737k) video is an example of this.