^ This. Mr Gumball I spent yesterday evening experimenting with my MOVE to try and figure out how to help, and I came to the following conclusion:
Your finger must be kept as soft and relaxed as possible to begin with. As Brian said, once it’s in the dimple spinning you don’t have to keep it soft (I was spinning my MOVE on a pen yesterday like Greg mentioned and had no issue), however for the first jump, you have to keep it as loose as possible.
Now this is easier said that done. Since you’re aiming your finger for the yoyo, the natural reaction is to ‘point’ the finger or otherwise keep it rigid (even unintentionally), but as long as you keep it completely relaxed, the move will naturally slip onto the dimple.
I tried landing like 20 fingerspins in a row with a stiff finger and didn’t land a single one. Did the same thing with a relaxed finger and landed all 20 easily. It really is the key.
Also, I don’t mean to be critical, but I noticed in your instagram video that the way you throw for the fingerspin seems to be the same way I did to begin with, which doesn’t work all that well. If you throw it with your thumb pointing up, sort of like a frizbee, then you can keep the yoyo as horizontal as possible (which is also very important).
Rather than throwing it to your left hand side, try holding the yoyo to your left and throwing it towards your right foot. It took me a while to get the hang of it but it makes all the difference.
If I’m not making any sense please let me know and I’ll film a video.