You first need to see if you have a coin lying in this situation:
You can think of a simple way of proving this:
1) Take a coin and put it in a box. Then move the top box one level.
2) If you want the box you just moved to the top of the stack, you can put a coin in it from left to right.
3) if you want the box you just moved to bottom of the stack, you can put a coin in it from the bottom.
So even though the top box is higher, it is still lower than the bottom.
4) If an old coin (in this case the old one) comes from the box, it can still be “expected” by this trick. For example, if you leave a coin in the bottom of the box and move the top box one level, you can still move the top box one level and get the old coin that you left in the bottom. This is why the disappearing coin trick is called “the coin trick.”
But there are more ways to do this trick like when you use another coin (which would only be “excellent” if the old coin came out again right away). There are also other tricks that allow for very simple coins.
You need a small amount of coins with smaller sizes. (See the diagram to the right for how it is done.)
After finding this, you don’t need to be the holder of this coin anymore (you can just take them away from its holder). (If you want to know exactly how I found this, read about here.)
You can take these coins with you to other locations in the game. If they are in a safe (with no more than 3 coins in it), you can bring them to the other areas in the game in which they fit perfectly well.
Also, you can carry them from one storage box to another to prevent the coins from being “lost”. They can even be kept in an invisible box without moving it.
Once the coins are gone (or you remove them completely) the game ends and the game card is removed.
All these are done with different sets of coins – but they all go to the same place. If you have any questions about this article, have a look at the section below at the links to the sections of the article.
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