The next thing you do is that you try to bring your thumb towards your middle finger to create an effect as if you are holding something. Try to bring up your hand towards you and away from the table but still carefully keeping your fingers close together. And as you do so, try to make circular motions of your thumb with your middle finger. Then slowly turn your hands towards your audience and at the same time spreading out your fingers. The effect will be a surprise for your friends in that the coin has vanished in thin air.
This is just one of the many magic tricks that even beginners can do. And there are other tricks that can require a bit of practice and skill. Getting better at them can require some patience as well as the motivation to learn new magic tricks along the way. Beginners should also try to learn about the many rules that most magicians try to follow when doing their magic tricks.
One of the most popular of these rules is to never do the same trick twice to the same audience at any one time. Doing so will prolong the wonder and surprise in the eyes of your audience. Doing the trick many times may run the risk of your audience guessing how it is being done. Avoid also the temptation in telling your audience how the trick you just performed work. It is important for magicians to keep their audience guessing to heighten the magical experience.
Once you tell them the secret, they no longer seem to be impressed with other things that you may do later on. The wonder and enchantment that every magic trick has on the audience depend on how their secrets are well kept. And even magic tricks for beginners depend on this rule in order to continue to enthrall audiences.