The chance of winning a coin toss between two players is 50/50 if a genuine method is used. Research has however proven the side facing up to have a 51% probability and the other one 49% making it important for you to become a flipper during a toss. Being a flipper is advantageous to determine your significant success as you will be able to identify which side is up while manipulating an outcome to your preference. Once you have identified a flipping technique, make sure to practice it frequently to enable you to get experience hence increasing chances of success. Certain steps will maximize your coin toss success if mastered and practiced in a game.
The first step is to perform a toss by holding a coin at the end of your index. To achieve this, you must hold a coin between the end of your index finger and the middle one. Let some part of the coin stick out; probably 67% of a coin should be away from a finger. Ensure your chosen side of the coin is placed up to bring an advantageous 51% possibility of a win over 49% before proceeding.
Tweak your hand upward while lifting the finger that holds the coin. This should be done gently with a reasonable amount of force to avoid tossing the coin away from the designated area. Make sure there are a considerable number of spins while tossing as too many spins, the coin will fly away and with too few spins, the toss will look unfair. Remember to move your index finger away from the coin to avoid it bumping away, bringing inaccuracy. Moving your index finger out of the way will minimize movement and bring accuracy to the trick. Don't forget to note the side facing up at the beginning of this step to predict the best possible outcome.
Put into consideration how you catch a coin eventually as you should do this in that same direction you threw it with not against. In a similar motion, open your palm to easily catch a coin once tossed. Maintaining this technique from the start will ensure a coin lands in the same order it started. When a coin is on heads it will possibly stand on heads while if it is on tails it will stick on the tail side. Make sure to repeat this technique to master it correctly.
If you find this technique hard to master, you can try fooling your opponent with another trick. You will be required to perform the same trick but alter the results in the final step. Start by feeling the coin sides with your fingers to identify if an outcome is heads or tails. Then do a flip with the same technique without using much force. Using your dominant hand here will enable you to achieve. After you catch the coin tossed, slide your thumb under your fingers undetected by an opponent. It will enable a person to feel and adjust a coin to your liking.