# Searching for

#### Search Results:

Card Trick 2 Effect:
Magician lays out 11 cards and asks a volunteer to move several cards over from the right side to the left side while the magician's back is to the cards so he/she doesn't see how many.
Then, when the volunteer is done the magician turns ba...

Card Trick 1 Effect:
The magician has three rows of cards. An audience volunteer picks a card in his/her head and tells the magician what row it's in. The magician does that three times and on the third time tells the volunteer what their card was. (or have the ma...

Card Trick 3 Effect:
The magician gives two volunteers each half a deck of cards and leaves the room (or turns his back).
Each volunteer choses a card from the OTHER person's deck, memorizes and shows it to the audience. The volunteers put the cards they chose ...

Card Trick 4 Effect:
The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top thirteen cards. Holding the cards face down, he proceeds to spell the first card name, Ace. "A-C-E," and for each letter, he puts one card under the packet of thirteen cards. He then flips over t...

Card Trick 5 Effect:
The magician spills the deck onto the table. He picks one of the cards up with a magic handkerchief, says a magic word and poof! the card disappears
Supplies:
~a deck of cards (or part of a deck)
~a toothpick (or a thin popsicle stick)
~...

Card Trick 6 Effect:
Someone in the audience chooses one of eight cards while the magician is out of the room (or has his back turned). The magician's assistant points to the cards one at a time, asking the magician if each is the chosen card. The magician guesse...

Card Trick 7 Effect:
The deck is split into two halves (towers), both of which may be shuffled by the spectator. The spectator selects a card from either pile (his free choice!), and replaces it *anywhere* (his free choice!) into the other pile which he immediately...

Card Trick 8 Effect:
The magician picks one person for the trick. The one person picks a card, remembers the card, and puts it back in the deck. You search the deck and find the card. Watch as the jaws drop.
Supplies:
* Complete deck of cards.
Preparat...

Coin Trick Effect:
The magician shows a glass, upside down, and a coin on a sheet of colored paper.
He puts a handkerchief over the glass and moves it over.
He pulls the handkerchief off and Abracadabra! the coin has disappeared.
Supplies:
A sh...

Coin Trick 2 Supplies,
* paper or plastic cup either works fine
* paper towel
* a coin
* and a hard surface
I have magic trick to share, my name is ++++
What you do is place the cup over the coin and cover the cup up with the paper tow...

Magic Bottle Trick Effect:
The magician asks for a volunteer from the audience who looks inside a bottle to make sure it's a normal, empty container.
The volunteer returns the bottle and then examines a magic wand to ensure it is normal.
The magician drops the wa...

Magic Envelope Trick Effect:
The magician asks for a volunteer to write down four numbers on a piece of paper.
The magician asks the volunteer to TOTAL up the numbers.
The magician opens a sealed envelope and it has the same number as the TOTAL!
(or have the magic...

Magic Tooth Pick Effect:
The magician shows a pan full of water with five toothpicks in the shape of a pentagon.
The magician takes his magic toothpick and dips it in the center of the pentagon. The five toothpicks fly apart, breaking the pentagon!
Someone from...

Pepper Trick Effect:
Magician has cup with pepper and water.
Volunteer puts fingers in water trying to separate the pepper.
This will not work.
Magician puts fingers in water and the water separates.
Supplies:
Water
Soap
Pepper
Cup
(make sure there...

Rope Trick Effect:
Holding a piece of rope, the magician places the ends of the rope into his hands and closes his fingers around the ends. The magician shakes the rope slightly, says a magic word, blows on his hands and drops one end of the rope. Magic! The e...

Sugar Cube Effect:
The magician asks for a volunteer from the audience.
The volunteer picks a number between 1 and 10.
The magician writes the number on a sugar cube.
The magician drops the cube into a cup of water and holds the volunteer's hand over ...

Walk Through Paper Trick Effect:
This is more of a "dare"/puzzle than it is a magic trick, but it's still fun to do. The magician asks the audience if anyone thinks he can cut a piece of regular paper with a hole big enough for him to walk through.
Then the magician snips ...

magic Card Jump - magic card trick
The magician lets the spectator pick up a card. Then the deck is shuffled by the spectator. After that, the magician says the card will be reversed in the deck and it is really not. The magician then pulls the card out of his pocket.
The Secre...

Card in Wallet Prediction The magician lets a spectator pick a card from the pack. Then, the magician takes a card out of his or her wallet and it matches the card chosen by the spectator
The Secret:
1. First, you need two of the same card (they don't need to be from the...

Rabbit from silks Here's a good trick if you want to do that rabbit stuff. You can replace the rabbit for something else if you want.
Effect : A live rabbit appears inside a bundle of large silks.
Magic Secret : Take one silk, and lay it down flat. Then take a rabbit and ...

Card Magic Tricks Card on Ceiling Effect: A spectator from the audience selects, signs & returns a card to the deck. The deck is then shuffled and the card that they signed, sticks to the ceiling while the others fall.
Preparation: You will need a pen, cards and a piece of magicians ...

Quick Coin Vanish trick A coin is placed onto the table. It is picked up and it magically vanishes. cool eh ?
Method of doing the magic trick :
easy magic trick ! Set the coin onto the table with your left hand. Say something like "Check this out" and reach over with your r...

The Floating Ring - an magic trick Make some really thick salt water. REALLY thick. soak a piece of thread in it somewhere between 45 and 60 minutes. take it out and let it dry. Now you are ready. Ask someone for a ring. Tie it to the end of the thread. Hold the string so its like a pendulu...

Ice Baby Magic Trick Effect of magic trick
Pour some water into a cup, blow on the cup and then turn it upside down where out pops some ice cubes. You need a cup or glass that you can't see through. You also need a small sponge and and some ice cubes.
Method of magic tri...

Coin Magic Trick This magic trick involves flipping the front coin to the back of the stack. The coin will flip 180 degrees during the move.
Start Hold two or more coins in an edgewise stack with the first joints of fingers 1, 2 and 3, palm facing up.
Description
of ...

Disappearing Quarter magic trick What you need :
* a quarter
* napkin
How to do this Disappearing Quarter magic:
1. To do this trick, hold the quarter in your hand, between your thumb and your index finger. The palm of your hand should be facing your body.
...

Hands off the Pack! This is a trick which can be performed without ever handling or even seeing the cards.
Ask your friend to shuffle a pack of cards and then select any spot card. ie. not a picture card.
Turn your back so that you can't see what he is doing then ask him ...

Impossible Mind Reader Remove 25 cards from the pack and allow the spectator to shuffle and cut the cards as much as they want then lay the 25 cards out in 5 rows of 5 cards face upwards from left to right in neat rows following a sort of grid pattern.
Ask the spectator to th...

Amazing Prediction A spectator is asked to shuffle the cards, then remove any twelve from the pack and to further shuffle these twelve. Whilst this is being done the magician writes a prediction on a piece of paper he places face down on the table. The spectator now takes an...

Reversa-Card You can use any pack for this trick.
Ask a spectator to shuffle the pack and cut it into 2 piles. Then let them select one of the piles and you take the other. Turn your back to the spectator and ask them to select a card from their half pack, note it a...

That's Odd This trick can be repeated over and over again without any fear of detection.
Using any pack, openly remove five red and five black cards, (It is best to keep to spot cards though not essential.) then discard the rest of the pack.
Put the two stacks ...

Double Cross The perfomer asks a spectator to tell him to mix up some cards, following the performer's instructions to the letter. No matter how much they're mixed up, they end up in the same order as at the beginning of the trick.
Before you begin the trick:
Take a ...

Only Time Will Tell A spectator is asked to shuffle a pack of cards - their own if they wish it and whilst doing so, to think of any one of the four suits. The performer, turning his back, instructs the spectator to remove from the pack all the cards of that chosen suit - exc...

Come together The effect of the trick:
The spectator cuts an ordinary pack of cards in two and they and the performer take one half each. They each choose a card from their half, look at it and return it to the pile. When the two piles are put together, the two chosen ...

Best Buddies The effect of the trick: Two cards, inserted into a deck at very different points, magically come together.
This trick is a simplified version of Come Together (above)
Hand a pack of cards to an audience member and ask him/her to shuffle it and cut it ...

Turning The Tables The effect of the trick:
From three piles of cards the spectator chooses one single card and memorises it. All the cards are then merged together by the performer who tries to find the selected card and makes the spectator to think he's got it wrong. The ...

It's Your Deal The effect of the trick:
The spectator cuts an ordinary pack of cards in two, chooses a card, memorises it and returns it to the pack. They then magically locate their chosen card just by dealing the cards into piles, discarding some along the way until t...

Predicta-pair Pre-arrangement : Remove all tens and picture cards from the deck
The magician asks a spectator to shuffle the cards. He then takes a bunch of cards and fans them in front of the spectator who is aked to pick a card from the fan. The spectator is to rem...

As Many As You This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack
Effect: The magician can reveal the exact number of cards taken by a spectator.
Method: The magician asks a spectator to take a few cards from the top of the pack but to conceal them from the mag...

Piano Duets This mathematical trick uses the metaphor of playing the piano to colourful effect
Method: The magician invites a volunteer to sit at a his table and to place his hands as if playing the piano.
He then places two cards between the third and little fing...

Mental Agility This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack
Effect: The magician can reveal a chosen card even when it is selected with his back turned.
Method: Get a spectator to think of a number between one and 10. Then ask him to shuffle the pack (thi...

Mental Agility Plus 1 This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack
Effect: The magician can reveal a chosen card even when it is selected with his back turned.
Method: Whilst your back is turned, get a spectator to shuffle a pack of cards which can be his own if...

Count On Me This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack
Effect: The magician can reveal a chosen card even when it is selected with his back turned.
Method: Ask a spectator to shuffle his own pack of cards and count off any number of cards as long as ...

3 In a Row The effect of the trick: The magician is able to discover a card chosen at random purely by card counting.
Before you begin the trick:
Take twelve cards from the pack, making sure you don't have four of the same value then arrange them into three pil...

Ace Inspector Spade The effect of the trick:
The magician tells the audience a story about three incompetant German robbers from the town of Dusseldork in lower Bavaria represented by 3 nines. These are of course the three 'neins' the robbers used at their trial when asked...

The Magical Trio The effect of the trick: Three cards of the same value are separated then magically brought together by a spectator.
Before you begin the trick: Take out four cards of the same kind lets say four fives for example. Put three fives to one side and secret...

Suits Me Fine Pre-arrangement: Prepare a deck with one suit - leaving out the picture cards, in a pre-arranged order from ace to ten on the bottom of the deck.
The effect of the trick: A chosen card is revealed in a very novel way.
Spread the cards in your hands and...

Follow My Leader The effect of the trick:
The performer has a pack of cards and give a second pack to a spectator. They both shuffle their packs. Each of them then chooses a card from their own pack only to find that they have chosen the exact same card.
Before you begin...

Seeing Red The effect of the trick:
The performer writes down a prediction and ask the spectator to choose a number from 1 to 10. The performer then deals ten cards (pre-arranged - see below) and from these shows how the chosen number has fulfilled the prediction ma...

Process of Deduction This is a 2 deck card trick and requires some practice in order to remember the sequence of dealing, selecting and discarding. Is well worth it for the effect.
Preparation:
Take 2 ordinary packs of cards and set them up in advance so that they each hav...

Willing To Bet? The effect of this trick:
The performer puts both a coin and a playing card, one on top of the other on their finger tip. They issue a challenge to a spectator do the same and then remove the card from their finger without touching the coin, leaving the c...

Hex-a-Card The effect of this trick:
The performer challenges the spectators to arrange six playing cards in any way they like but to be able to lift just one card which in turn lifts all the others, keeping the faces of all the cards visible. When they fail, the pe...

One Small Step! The effect of this trick:
A really unusual trick, it has quite a lot of preparation but very little performance.
The performer makes a claim to a number of spectators that they can actually step through a playing card. They then do exactly that.
Before ...

Royal Confidante Sleight of hand required: Glimpsing the bottom card of the pack and also false shuffle to leave this card in place.
Pre-arrangement required: Place a Queen on the bottom of the pack.
Shuffle a pack of cards keeping the Queen in place at the botto...

Stop When U Like The effect of the trick:
The perfomer asks a spectator to deal cards until they want to stop. The last card they deal is turned face up and is shown to be the same card as identified in a note written beforehand by the performer.
Before you begin the tri...

A Cut Above the Rest This is a sleight of hand trick which requires some practice. Well worth it for the effect.
Sleight of hand required: Glimpsing the top card of the pack and also flipping the pack.
Preparation required: You'll require a thick, large handkerchief that can...

Card from the Box A volunteer is asked politely to choose a card from a deck by means of a double cut.
The card is returned to the deck, which the volunteer is then asked to shuffle .
The magician then takes the deck and after a few words about his ability to read min...

The Three Inseparable Cards. The magician takes the shuffled deck and carefully and thoughtfully removes three cards of the same value (say Sevens) and places these before his small audience. As he does so he suggests the possibility of three cards being able to pass through other car...

A Spectator becomes the Magician. The magician correctly predicts the value and suit of two cards selected by a volunteer !
* * *
OK, your having a wonderful time everyone now thinks you have almost mystical powers and they insist that you perform one more card trick.
'Reluctantly...

Mystery Card Location Have the cards freely shuffled - take back the cards.
Whilst explaining the delicate and difficult nature of the trick you are about to perform secretly note the bottom card.
Now fan the cards slowly between your hands, after fifteen or so have passe...

Reversed Card The magician spreads a deck of cards between his hands - a card is selected and removed by a spectator.
The spectator looks at the card and shows it around.
The 'spread' is closed and the magician asks that the chosen card be returned to the deck - c...

Joker Sandwich The cards are spread and a volunteer indicates their choice.
The magician flips the card over to show the face.
The deck is 'closed' and immediately spread upon the table.
The chosen card can be seen face-up within the face down spread.
The cho...

Blown Away ! Two black Jacks are shown face to face, one held in the left hand and one in the right. "These two cards are known as the Jumping Jacks" announces the magician.
The cards are brought close together, the magician blows on them very hard.
In an instant...

Do as I Do The 'Do as I Do' trick is well know to all experienced Cardicians, it is a popular trick and has long lasting appeal. There are numerous variations of it, the version that I am about to reveal here is the standard trick but with a special twist that I will...

Deceptive Divination The magician turns his back to the audience and asks a volunteer to deal a random number of cards into two piles. The remaining cards are shuffled by the volunteer - he is then asked to look at and remember the top card (say - 8 of Hearts). One of the two ...

Amazing coincidence The magician selects a number of cards from the deck and splits them into two piles, a volunteer is asked to select one of the piles, the magician takes the other.
The volunteer is asked to shuffle his packet of cards as the magician does the same.
T...

Mystical Red Aces The Magician displays the top card - a Red Ace - this card is placed on the table.
The bottom card is displayed - it's also a Red Ace, this card is also 'tabled'.
The Magician shuffles and cuts the deck. He then deals himself two cards.
His two ca...

Monte' Crysto The cards are shuffled by a spectator who then selects a number and notes the card at that position.
The magician then cuts the deck and hands the cards back to the spectator and asks that they deal off the same number off cards that they mentioned a mo...

Wild West Aces A card is selected and placed between two Black aces, in an instant the selected card disappears and then re-appears between two Red aces in the centre of the deck !
Preparation.
You will have to have a Red Ace between the two Black aces on the top o...

A card is selected and placed between two Black aces, in an instant the selected card disappears and then re-appears between two Red aces in the centre of the deck ! A spectator cuts the deck four times - each time he cuts to an Ace !
A Spectator is allowed to shuffle the deck. The magician takes the deck and holds it on the flat of his hand.
The spectator is then asked to cut the deck at any point, he then turns...

Silver Surprise Two cards are selected from a deck and shown front and back.
Nothing unusual is seen.
The magician rubs the two cards together and a large silver coin slides from between them !
Preparation:
Have a large silver coin in your right hand trouser (...

Amazing Card Production ! A card is selected by cutting the deck - on examination it is found to be the King of Diamonds,
without the magician seeing the card, it is returned to the centre of the deck.
The magician announces ~
"Without shuffling or manipulating the deck in...

Card in a Bottle A card is selected, the spectators note it and it is returned to the deck. The magi' shuffles the deck and tries to locate the chosen card - but cannot ! After a few embarrassing moments the magi' has to resort to using mystical powers taught to him by an ...

Count of Monte' Crysto The cards are shuffled by a spectator who then chooses a number and notes the card at that position.
The magician then shuffles the deck and hands the cards back to the spectator and asks that they deal off the same number off cards that they mentioned ...

Not Possible ! A card is selected and placed unseen on the table.
As the deck is riffled - another card is noted.
The deck is ribbon spread face up , the volunteer is asked to indicate their card - but they can't !
The card they noted cannot be found - it has di...

Gambling Aces To stack the deck you just need to place three nines on top. Place five spot cards on top of that (now would be a good time to mutter something like "Now where are those aces, hope you dont mind i have to stack the deck") now find the four aces and place t...

3 Card Monte This will take some time but belive me its worth it this is my absoulut favorite card trick.. if you have any questions mail me!!!
SETUP: you need the Ace of spades Ace of hearts and 1 Joker Card order: from top to bottom with the cards face down Ace of...

10 Card Trick Assume you’re going to get three spectators to assist you. Ask one of them to shuffle the deck and take any ten cards for himself. Have the other spectators do the same. Take the remaining cards and set them aside.
"When I turn away, I’d like each of yo...

The circle card trick This one takes a little bit of acting, it is very funny though. Take any deck of cards, remember the suit, position, and number or letter of any 1 card (choose 1 near the edge so it is easier to remember the position), lets say that it is the king of hear...

Stamped This trick is quite simple, and shouldn't be used more then once on each person. A big audience isn't good. Shuffle the deck, then make 3 piles about equal quantities. And pretend they you just have some cards left over that you don't need. (But don't anno...

The 4 Row Card Trick Here's a nice and baffling card trick. Heck, I don't even know how it works. But first, setup the cards in this order: Ace, Two, Three, Four in the same suit. Set that up for all suits. so now, you should have four piles of cards that look like:
A.....A ...

Ilusionary Card Trick first u take all the cards (52cards) then u put 26 cards on the floor showing everybody then u have to remember the 7th card in ur 26 cards.After u put all 26 cards take then and put them in bottom of the rest of the cards.then from top u put one card and ...

Cut the Kings This trick begins with a stacked deck! Seperate the Aces and Kings from an ordinary poker deck. Place the 4 Aces on top of the other cards. Place the Kings on top of the Aces. Kings are now uppermost in the deck.
Find a volunteer and say something like...

Magnetic Cards First you must learn how to "Riffle Shuffle". Shuffle the cards at the corners so that you alternate, laying down a card from the left pile, then right, then left - etc.
The working of this trick is easy once you've practiced the riffle shuffle. I ha...

Into Thin Air Effect
Make a card vanish into thin air!
Supplies You Need
* Ordinary deck of cards
* Handkerchief with a hem
* Toothpick
* Scissors
Setup
Take a toothpick and match it up against the end of one of the cards. Take the scissor...

2 of a Kind Effect: The magician picks out two cards. He has a spectator cut the deck. He flips over the cards that he picked, then he flips over two cards of the deck that was cut. The cards match.
1. Shuffle the deck so the specator doesn't think you've rigged it...

4 Friendly Kings Do the first 3 steps away from your audience or pre-prepared.
1) Take the four Kings out of the deck, and also two other cards.
2) Fan the four Kings out, and place the two other cards you selected behind the second King. Line them up so your audienc...

4 Friendly Kings (Variation) Effect: This trick is exactly like the 4 Friendly Kings above. However, this variation allows for less chance of making a mistake. The magician has three Kings in his hand, and tells the audience one of their friends is missing in the forest (represented b...

Ace Party Effect: With the spectator's help, you make four piles of cards. When this is done you flip over all the piles and all four Aces are there.
Preperation: Arrange the deck like so: three Aces on the bottom and one on the top.
Presentation:
Ask the s...

After Drinks his is a GREAT trick. And it's REALLY EASY. It is "detectable," but you get away with it most of the time. If people have had a drink or two, this is an incredible trick -- they'll think you're David Copperfield or something...
EFFECT: The audience is g...

All The Aces Effect: The spectator cuts the deck into four piles. From each pile three random cards are dealt onto each of the other piles. The top card of each pile is turned over to reveal all four Aces.
Preparation: Put all four aces onto the top of the deck.
...

Appearing Card Effect: A spectator picks a card out of a shuffled deck. You put it with three random cards, place the cards at the bottom of the deck, and shuffle. You take three cards from the bottom of the deck and ask the spectator if any of those are his. None are. T...

King of the Hill Preparation: Before you start the trick place the four Kings on top of the deck.
Procedure:
Tell your spectator(s) that this is a special royal deck and the Kings run it all. Start by making four piles: take about one-fourth the deck from the bottom,...

Back Flip This is a very simple trick, and works best on kids, but it can be made to look pretty impressive.
EFFECT: Audience member picks a card, which the magician does not see. The audience member inserts the card back into the deck. Next the magician drops th...

The Bottom Card Effect: You guess the bottom card without even looking at it (or so your audience thinks.)
Presentation:
1. Look at the bottom card of the deck.
2. Shuffle the cards but not the bottom one. Leave the bottom card on the bottom. You can tell everyon...

The Changing Ace Effect: You hold the Ace of Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades, spread out like a fan so that everyone can see them. You turn them face down, have someone tap them three times (the "magic" number,) turn them face up, and the Ace of Diamonds has now amazingly chan...

Chased Effect: To guess someone's card by memorizing order of deck.
Preperation Before the performance, set the cards in this order: 8, K, 3, 10, 2, 7, 9, 5, Q, 4, A, 6, J. Also in suit order: Clubs, Hearts, Spades, Diamonds. To remember numeric order simply m...

Count Down Original Author: Unknown
Trick Description: You shuffle the deck several times and then ask a person to tell you when to STOP when they think you drop ten cards. You then count the correct amount of cards actually dropped. You then tell them to memorize...

Cut To It Effect: The spectator picks a card, puts it on the top of the deck, cuts the deck, and the magician finds the card.
How it's done
All you have to do is have a glimpse at the bottom card of the deck. Ask the spectator to take any card. After he does, ...

Abracadabra This is Your Card! 1. Shuffle the deck. When you are done, square up the deck using a table to aid you. During this, glance quickly at the bottom card. REMEMBER this card.
2. Get an audience member to draw a random card from the deck.
3. Have them memorize it, then pla...

Deck Predictor Effect: After mixing the deck of cards, the performer asks a spectator to cut the deck that is in his left hand. The spectator then places the top portion of the cards on the performer's right hand. The spectator is asked to take the top card off the porti...

Do It Yourself Discovery Effect: The spectator discovers his own card in a mysterious manner.
Card Trick:
Have the spectator shuffle the cards, take half the deck and give the rest to you. "Now," you say, "while I turn my back, pick out a card, look at it, show it to everybo...

Easy Eights You will need someone to be an accomplice in this trick. Arrange eight cards in the pattern of the symbols on the face of an eight. One of the eight cards must be an eight. While you look away, have a spectator choose a card. When you look back, have your ...

Easy Pick Use any full deck and its case. Allow a friend to shuffle the cards. Tell him/her to keep one of the cards, look at it, and give the rest back to you. Then you place the rest of the cards in the case, but leave the flap open. Ask the friend to put the card...

ESP You will need someone to act as your assistant for this. Have your assistant leave the room during the first part.
Nine cards are laid out, face down, in three rows of three. (eh: You can have them choose a card by the method in Find The Card The Easy W...

Find The Card The Easy Way In this trick 16 cards are placed face up on a table, in four rows of four cards. Ask a spectator to pick a card in his mind, and to tell you only the vertical column in which the card is located. Gather up the cards, making sure to pick the fourth vertica...

Lucky Guess Variation (1) You set up 3 rows of 7 cards each, face up.
(2)You have someone come up and think of a card (not telling you what it is)
(3)You say the row's names: A, B, and C. He or she tells you which row.
(4)-----VERY VERY IMPORTANT PART----
Gather...

11th Card Variation Count out 21 cards and lay them face down on a flat surface. Ask a person to take one card and memorize it, then place it back on the table without showing you (of course.) Mix the cards and then deal them, face up, into seven rows of three cards each. Ask...

Sim Sala Bim Card Trick:
Deal out three piles of seven cards each. (Deal them just like dealing hands for a card game.) Have the spectator choose a pile. Hold the pile up, so the cards face the spectator. Have him/her choose a card, without telling you or pointing i...

Four Islands Effect: There are four islands in an ocean. Each has a king, queen, a son named Jack (the Jack will be used,) and a dog named Ace (the Ace will be used.) One day, a hurricane storms through the ocean, creating complete chaos and wiping everything on the is...

Four Kingdoms This card trick seems magical, but it's not. To perform, separate all of the Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks from a deck of cards. The rest of the cards will not be used. Begin the trick by telling this story of the greatest and most powerful wizard.
Onc...

Kings Family Variation 1. Go through the deck pulling out all four Aces, Kings, Queens, and Jacks. 2. Start by saying: "Once upon a time there were four Kings." Place the Kings in a face-up row, a few inches apart. 3. Then say: "And each King had a daughter." Place one Queen on ...

Kings Party Variation Card Trick: Take out all the face cards and all the Aces, forget the other cards. Place all the Kings in a row and say they are having a party. Next say that they are all nice Kings and they invited their wives (the Queens) to the party. Put the Queens on ...

Four in a Row Effect: The magician shuffle a normal deck of card, he show it to the audience, he pick the three first, lets say 6, that he put on table, then he take a card from top and he put on 6 on it, another card then a 6 another card again and a 6, he put the litt...

The Four 2's Jive Effect: Deck is shuffled, and a spectator cuts in half. Spectator chooses one cut portion and performer takes the other. Both spectator and performer hold cards behind their back and select a card. The cards selected are then exchanged and placed face up b...

Haphazard Cards Holding a deck of cards face down in your left hand, take a small bunch of cards with your right. Turn the cards in your right hand face up, and put them on top of the cards in your left. Square up the deck. Grab all of the face up cards and a bunch more f...

The Hotel 1. You must have the four Queens on the top of the deck, four Jacks below the Queens, four Kings below the Jacks, and four Aces below the Kings.
2.)Deal out the Queens, face up, in four different piles, while saying, "Four girls went to a hotel. Each st...

The Motel Switch Effect: A motel with four rooms, (use a Four of any suit.) Four Aces, four Kings, four Queens, four Jacks, come and mix in the same four rooms. When the inspector comes to check, all the Aces are in one room, the Kings in another, as are the Jacks and the ...

Royal Hotel Preparation:
Locate a 5 card. Arrange in piles the ACEs, KINGs, QUEENs, and JACKs. (these are the only cards you need). Make one pile, in the order shown above, so that the 4 ACEs are on top of the 4 KINGs, QUEENS-> so on...
Steps:
1) Place the 5 ...

Kathy's Prediction Shuffle a deck of cards. Place the top card face up on the table and look at its number (Jacks, Queens, and Kings all equal 10.) Put enough cards on top of the card to make the total 10. For example if a 4 is showing, then you would put 6 more cards on top...

Keith's Trick Prepration: Find a volunteer (One who won't mess up the trick). Teach him about the trick. Inform him not to tell anyone about your secret code (see below.)
Trick:
Split the deck into several piles. Leave the room.
While you are out of the room yo...

Kings Robbery Start out by telling a story of four king thieves (have the Kings separated from the rest of the deck). One day the kings decide to rob their local Famous Store. The four kings fly their helicopter to the roof and begin to devise their plans. (As you say t...

3 Robbers and a Cop Variation The magician places 3 Jacks in a deck, which he tells the audience are robbers. He places a Jack on top of the deck, one in the middle, and one at the bottom. The magician then places a King, which he says represents a cop, on the bottom of the deck. Magic...

The 3 Thieves Variation Effect: A story is told about 3 thieves (Jacks,) who break into a house (deck,) and are followed by a detective (King.) After cutting the deck, a spectator looks in and sees that the thieves are all being guarded by detectives.
Preparation:
At the bott...

The Lazy Magician Effect: The spectator is given the cards, which they may shuffle as much as they want. While the magician's back is turned, the spectator looks at the top card, and replaces it back on the top. The spectator is asked to place as many cards as the top card ...

Lucky 13 Effect: The magician takes a fresh deck of cards out of the box and shuffles them to demonstrate that they are in no particular order. He deals the cards into a bunch of piles, until the deck is cleared. There are 13 piles, and when he is done each of them...

Magical Cut Effect: Begin the trick by what I call riffling the deck. (If you don't know what I'm talking about, see below.) Tell the spectator to say stop. Where you stop you cut the deck. The card on top of the bottom pile is the spectator's card. Tell the spectator...

Magic Riffle Effect: Performer shuffles the deck and then riffles through it (see below.) A spectator is asked to say stop before the end of the deck is reached. The performer separates the deck at that point, shows the card to the audience (without looking) and "guess...

Mind Reader This card trick is very easy but it fools alot of people.
1. Shuffle the deck or get the spectator to shuffle it.
2. Take the card on top of the deck and look at it, without letting the spectator see it, and place it, face-down, in front of him.
...

Mirror Image First of all: set up the pack by alternating red, black, red, black through the whole pack. Do this before your audience arrives. Now you are ready to start.
1. Tell a spectator to cut the pack as many times as they want.
2. Have them riffle shuffle ...

Mystery Ten
Effect: This is a whole story of Seven detectives chasing a murderer (the selected card).
Procedure:
1) Take any four of the same face cards out of the deck, usually kings.
2) Shuffle the deck and memorize the bottom card.
3) Fan the cards ...

Nice and Easy Shuffle deck. Let someone choose any card, memorise it and place on TOP of deck. Behind your back, flip THAT first card over and bring out the whole deck. Hold deck upright, so they see bottom card - don't let them see theirs. With the bottom of the deck s...

Number's Game Effect: Through math, you can find out two cards that a person has chosen.
Preparation: Make sure all Tens, Jacks , Queens, and Kings have been removed from the deck. (Aces serve as one.)
Trick:
Have the person you are showing the trick shuffle th...

Obedient Colors Effect: Two columns are created, a black one and a red one. Cards are drawn one at a time from the bottom of the deck and an audience member chooses whether to put it face down on the red or black column. The column colors are then switched and more cards ...

O'Henry Trick Preperation:
Before the trick make up a packet containing 20 black cards and one red (we'll say the Queen of Hearts.) Put the red card 10th from the top. Place this packet on top of the rest of the pack.
Presentation:
In performing the trick say t...

On Tap Effect: You lay nine cards onto the table, in a three by three pattern. You ask an accomplice to leave the room, then have a spectator choose one of the cards. When your accomplice returns you will have him identify the exact card chosen by the spectators!...

Opnick's Dozen You will need twelve cards, with no more than three of the same value.
Arrange them into three piles of four each (make sure there are no doubles in each pile.) Each pile needs to be put into numerical order, from lowest to highest, so when face down th...

Opnick's Dozen You will need twelve cards, with no more than three of the same value.
Arrange them into three piles of four each (make sure there are no doubles in each pile.) Each pile needs to be put into numerical order, from lowest to highest, so when face down th...

Opposite Decks 1. Before doing this magic trick you need to separate the cards into red and black. The black cards should all be together and the red cards should be together, making them like two small decks.
2. Separate the decks and lay them face down.
3. Ask a ...

Order Please Trick: A spectator cuts the deck 13 times. You deal the cards into 13 piles (as if you were playing a card game.) You turn the piles over, one by one. The cards in each pile are of the same value.
Preperation:
Be sure you are using a full deck of car...

Pick For Me Shuffle a deck of cards, getting a look at the bottom card. Don't be obvious. Spread the cards out all over the table, face down. Keep your eye on where the bottom card ends up. Then, you ask the spectator to find for you whatever card the bottom one was. ...

Pick-Up 52 ick-up 52:
1) Ask member of audience if (s)he wants to play Pick-up 52. If (s)he says yes, throw a pack of cards on the ground, being sure to make a big mess. Say: "Pick-up 52."
Alternate Version: (this is actually a trick)
To prepare:
1) ...

Psychic Solution Effect: You tell a person to pick the top card of the pile and to memorize it, then to put the card back into the pile. Taking the deck, you act like you are trying to get "psychic" messages from it. While they concentrate on their card, you name it.
1....

Re-appearing Aces Effect: You show the audience four aces, which you put on top of the deck. Then you pick up the four Aces and give a spectator the four cards underneath. When you show the audience your cards they will not be the four Aces; the four Aces will be in the spe...

Reverse The Card Start by putting one card face up on the bottom of a face down deck. Spread the cards like a fan, and have a card chosen and memorized by a spectator. Make sure they don't see the face up card at the bottom.
While they are looking at their card, turn th...

Seb's Bottom Trick Card Trick:
Keep the cards in a single pile. Be sure to find some way to gain knowledge of the bottom card (shuffling, dropping a card, etc.) Hold the deck in your left hand, in a normal dealing position. Put your right hand on the deck so that your rig...

The Self-Arranging Deck First, separate all the cards by suit. Line up each suit in this order: Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K.
Next stack the packets on top of each other. Starting with the top card, deal off 21 cards, making sure that when you lay them down they st...

Seven Detectives Effect: This is a story of seven detectives chasing a murderer (the selected card).
Procedure:
1) Take any four of the same face cards out of the deck, (Kings make good detectives.)
2) Shuffle the deck and memorize the bottom card.
3) Spread th...

The Sisters Trick Start by putting one red Queen on top of a regular poker deck, and the other red Queen at the bottom, both face down.
Next, give the two black Queens to a spectator. Start dealing cards off the top of the deck, laying them in a face down pile on the tab...

Spelling Bee Effect: The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top thirteen cards. Holding the cards face down, he proceeds to spell the first card name, Ace. "A-C-E," and for each letter, he puts one card under the packet of thirteen cards. He then flips over the n...

Switcheroo Setup: Before you start the card trick, find the two black 6's and the two black 9's. (The 6 of Spades, the 6 of Clubs, the 9 of Spades, and the 9 of Clubs.) Take the 6 of Spades and the 9 of Clubs, and place one of them on the top of the deck and the othe...

Telepathy EFFECT: The Magician spreads the cards in his hands and asks a spectator to select a card. Spectator memorizes the card, and gives it back to Magician, who puts it in the deck at a random place. The Magician counts off cards from the bottom and then stops....

Teleporting Cards Effect: A spectator picks two cards from the top of the deck. The spectator then puts the two cards into the middle of the deck. Without shuffling or arranging of the cards, the cards magically teleport into your hands!
Preperation:
For this trick, y...

Think of a Card Effect: The magician takes a packet of ten cards from the top of a shuffled deck. A spectator thinks of one of those cards and memorizes it. The magician tells the spectator to also memorize the position of the card from the top of the (face-down) packet. ...

Three Card Match Effect: A person from the audience picks a card and sets it aside. After a little hocus-pocus, you flip over three cards of the same rank as the selected card.
Preparation:
1) Take all four cards of two suits from the deck (for this we will say Aces ...

Three In A Row Put one of the RED Aces on the bottom of the deck, so that the audience does not see. Gather the other three Aces and show them. Then ask a spectator to put one on the top, of the deck, one on the bottom, and one in the middle. Have her cut the deck, putti...

The Turn Around Card Trick Effect: The performer places eight cards face up on the table and then turns his back. He tells the spectator to turn one card around. When the performer turns back around he points at the card which was turned.
Trick:
Place eight cards on top of the...

Turn Around Deck Take an ordinary deck of cards and memorize the bottom card. Before you start the trick turn the bottom card upside down and place it back on the bottom of the deck. Give the top half of the deck to a spectator and keep the bottom half for yourself. Tell t...

Vanishing Card Performer shows a pack of cards in its case. He withdraws the deck and announces he will magically make a card leave the deck invisibly. He requests that five cards be drawn. These cards are placed face down on the table so no one can see them. Performer n...

Where's the Card? Effect: Spectator picks a card from deck and magician finds it. Magician then lays out four cards which are different from the one the spectator picked. Finally, magician causes selected card to reappear.
Card Trick:
1. Finding the card: tell spectat...

Who's The Magician Hand a full deck of cards to a volunteer to shuffle. (Make sure it's a FULL deck.) Ask the volunteer to deal the deck into two piles. Have them choose one of the piles and remember the bottom card. Tell the volunteer to show the bottom card to the audience...

The Four Ace Extravaganza Preparation: Remove the four aces from the deck and the cards 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 (any suits). Put the four aces on top of the deck. (Later they'll be found in order from the top down.) Put the other eight cards in order from 2 through 9 and place them on top ...

Real 4 Aces Variation Description: Set up the cards as in the original trick except that you have from the top of the deck the values 10 through 2 and then the Aces. (Note that the order is reversed from the original.)
1. Follow the original trick through step 1.
2. In s...

Aces Memory Effect: Trick uses full or almost full card deck: one ace, one king, and one queen of any suit in ace-king-queen order at bottom of deck (ace is bottom card). You must know how to deal from bottom of deck.
Card Trick:
1. Show spectator the bottom thr...

Any Way You Count 'Em Shuffle the cards well. Holding them face down, turn over the top card and place it face up on the table. Think of it as a stack. Starting with its face value, deal face up on top of it as many more cards as needed to reach 10. For instance if it's a 3, de...

Counted Cards 1. Tell a spectator that each card represents a number--A is 1, J is 11, Q is 12, K is 13, and the rest have their face value.
2. Tell the person to pick up the top card and place it face up on the table.
3. State its number and then count onto it en...

Assistance Needed Effect: You lay out a bunch of cards on the table and have a member of your audience pick one. Your assistant goes out of the room while this is done. The assistant is called back in and knows the person's card! This is repeated.
Card Trick:
1. Have ...

Bottoms Up Original Author: Unknown
Ask a spectator to shuffle cards. When he/she hands them back to you note the bottom card. That is "their card." Start by fanning the cards out. Run your finger across them and ask the spectator when to stop. When he/she says to...

Calling The Shots Card Trick:
Glimpse the bottom card and shuffle the deck, retaining the bottom card in place, while you tell your friend or guest that you are going to make him (or her) pick cards out of the deck without looking at them. (False shuffles: If you riffle ...

The Changing Card Effect: A spectator picks a card. Then he (or she) takes the rest of the pack in his hands and puts the selected card on top of the deck. The magician takes the pack of cards and takes off the top card. The magician asks the spectator what his card was. He...

The Changing Card Variation Effect: Now not only does the card change, it disappears!
Variation:
Do the trick exactly the same except for one minor preparation. Place on the top card a piece of double-sided tape. This way, when the spectator places his card on top, it will stic...

Cutting The Aces Effect: Magician cuts a deck into four piles, turns over the top card on each pile which turn out to be the four aces.
Card Trick: Start off with the four aces on the top of the deck, holding a thumb break (finger break) under the top two aces with your...

Eight Threatening Kings Effect: Person chooses card from deck, and magician tells person the suit and number.
Set-up: The deck is stacked. To remember its sequence of values, memorize the rhyme "Eight Kings Threatened To Save Ninety-Five Queens For One Sick Knave." The words s...

Find The Card The Hard Way To perform this trick, you need the help of four spectators. All five of you should be seated around a table. Deal five hands of five cards each, starting with the person to your left and dealing clockwise. Ask each of the spectators to look at the hand i...

Find The Card The Hard Way Variation Deal 3 cards across 7 times so that you have 3 piles of 7 cards each. Put the rest of the deck aside. Have a spectator look at one of the 3 piles and memorize a card in it. Have him (or her) put the pile on top of one of the other two piles and then put th...

From Here to There Effect: The magician shuffles an ordinary deck of cards. He then fans the cards and asks a spectator to select a card show and memorize it. The magician then fans the cards again and tells the spectator to to place his card any where in the deck he wishes....

Get Money Description: You're in a room with a bunch of friends and a deck of cards. You allow a friend to pick any card, then put it back in the deck. After shuffling the deck, you start turning over cards until you see your friend's. You bet everybody in the room ...

Half and Half You have to be quick at addition and subtraction and a good memorizer to pull this off smoothly. First, let someone shuffle the deck to let them know you haven't set it in any way. Ask someone how many cards are in a deck without jokers. If they don't know...

I Can't Believe They Don't Get It! ffect: Good trick, easy to figure out, but it works on people who don't pay attention.
Card Trick:
1. The two bottom cards should have different values and either both should be black or one should be black and the other red. Let's say that they're t...

In My Pocket Effect: A spectator picks a card. The magician looks for the spectator's card in the pack but can't find it. He then magically pulls the card out of his pocket.
Note: You must have two packs exactly the same to do this trick. If not, you can try the var...

Liar, Liar Effect: You go through a deck and ask a person to tell you when to stop. You take the first card of the pile and ask them if it is their card. It is not. You do it three more times, all NOT being their card. Then you pick up one that you put down and it is...

Magic Magnets Color Separation Effect: The magician separates a regular deck of cards into 4 packets and shuffles these together. He (or she) cuts the deck into a row of 3 packets. He extracts from the center packet a black card and a red card, which he will use as color magnets. He pla...

Magic Partner Effect: You fan out the cards, having a spectator memorize a card mentally. You then give the spectator the cards and have him (or her) give you a card and then put one on the bottom until he gets to the last card. That last card is the card he mentally ch...

The Magnetic Cards Effect: Two cards are either chosen by the same person or 1 card each by two people. The magician then drops the deck and only those two cards remain.
The Performance:
1. Shuffle the cards, noting the bottom card.
2. Fan out the cards and tell som...

Build the Houses Deal 3 cards face up in a row, and continue dealing until you have 3 columns of 7 cards each. Then find the card the easy way. Ask the spectator to remember any one of the visible cards and to point out its column. Close up each column and combine them i...

Math-Magic A spectator chooses a card from three columns and is then led through several steps that seem to make him (or her) find his own card from piles of face down cards.
1. Deal three cards face up in a horizontal row. Continue dealing three cards across, ove...

Mind Reader II Effect: This is just a variation of the trick Mind Reader, submitted by James Blackie.
Card Trick:
1. Get the spectator to shuffle the deck.
2. Take the deck and put it in your back pocket, making sure you glimpse the bottom card on the deck.(say ...

No I Got It Effect: Gives an effect of the card vanishing and reappearing back on top of the deck. Or being knocked through the table.
1. Hold a normal(52 card) deck in your hand. Put down 3 piles of any amout of cards. Keeping a decent sized deck left in your had...

Pair 'em Up Effect: By picking 2 cards from the deck, you will be able to match both of them up with its opposite card.
Card Trick:
First have your spectator shuffle the cards to ensure they are in no particular order. Next, take the deck and fan them face up ac...

Poker Trial Effect: A person arrested for cheating while playing poker, bribes the court members (11 jurors and 1 judge) into playing one hand of Poker. If he wins he is a free man, but if he loses he must go to jail. All jurors and the judge end up with three of a ki...

Psychic Prediction Effect: Guess any card in the deck someone wants you to.
Card Trick: Get any deck of cards and shuffle them. Say you are "squaring them up" and glimpse the bottom card. Hold the deck face down on your left hand with your thumb along the left edge and yo...

The Reappearing Combo Effect: Cards are eliminated by the audience but somehow appear at the end. Combination of a couple of tricks on Card Trick Central.
Card Trick:
1. Let someone pick one card out of a deck at random.
2. Cut the deck with your right hand so that onl...

Sitting on the Card Effect: The magician displays a normal deck and asks a spectator to replace the card on top. The magician then asks the spectator to stand up. The spectator does so and the magician deals the spectator's card, along with several others, on to the table. He...

Slap Happy Effect: One of six cards is selected from the magician. It is then counted off and placed into the middle of the deck. Spectator tells magician when the pile is large enough, he then holds cards. Magician slaps cards from his hand and only one remaining is...

The Sun 1) Count out 30 cards face up. Remember the 10th card. (Lets say that it is the joker.)
2) Deal five cards in a vertical row on the table, starting a couple of feet away and dealing toward yourself. Then deal the other 25 cards in a circle around the fi...

Triple Threat Ask a spectator to shuffle the cards. Take them back, saying you forgot to remove the joker, and remember the location of the 3 cards UNDER the top card. Shuffle leaving the top 4 cards on the top of the deck. Put the deck on the table and ask the spectato...

What's on Your Mind? Before you start, conceal three cards in your pocket, faces inward. Have someone shuffle the deck. Take the deck back and deal the top four cards onto the table. (Since you're going to memorize the cards, make sure you don't have two of the same value.) "W...

The Year Game Before you begin, place one of the jokers on the bottom of the deck. Now tell the spectator to take a card. Have her place it on top of the deck and cut the cards. You can have her cut a lot of times. Then say you have to have the joker on the bottom. Look...

49er Fools Gold Effect: Spectator selects a card from among 49 lying on the table, and the magician is able to find it, and even bet some fools gold on it.
Card Trick:
No preparation necessary. From an ordinary deck of cards (without the jokers) have a spectator sel...

Amazing Acestopper: The Ultimate Card Trick Effect: The magician riffles down through a borrowed deck and tells a spectator to say stop at any point. The magician cuts off the cards above that point, turns them face up, and replaces them on the deck. Then he spreads the deck from the top until he re...

A Poker Player's Picnic You shuffle a deck of regular cards and hand them to the spectator. The spectator cuts the deck into 4 piles. He picks up the first pile and fools with the order of the cards, then repeats this action for the other 3 piles. When you turn over the top cards...

Best Friends Effect: Two cards are freely (yes, freely) selected and inserted face up in the deck in two different places. Magician runs through the deck and drops the face-up selected card and the face-down card next to it, on the table. When the face-down cards are t...

Build the Houses Deal 3 cards face up in a row, and continue dealing until you have 3 columns of 7 cards each. Then find the card the easy way. Ask the spectator to remember any one of the visible cards and to point out its column. Close up each column and combine them i...

Card Transposition Effect: You put a card in your pocket, and one in the spectator's hand. Then the cards change places.
Card Trick:
Pick up two cards from the top of the deck and make them look as if they were one (double lift). Show it to the audience, say the name...

Criss Cross 1. First, shuffle or let the spectator shuffle.
2. Go through the deck and memorize the top card (Let's say it is the ace of clubs). As an excuse for fanning through the deck, you can say that you need to remove your "unlucky card" (which can be any one...

Double Turnover Shuffle the deck. Glimpse and remember the bottom card and lay the pack on the table. Tell the spectator to remove the top half of the deck and hold it, while you do the same with the bottom half. Tell the spectator to put his (or her) half behind his back...

The Enchanted Card 1) Take a deck and shuffle it in front of the person.
2) Have him (or her) cut the deck in half and choose one half.
3) Tell him to put it behind his back (say "Like this" and put the other half behind your back).
4) Now tell him to keep the deck ...

Fool-Proof Reversed Card Effect: A spectator chooses a card, replaces it, turn the deck over three times in their hands, snaps it, riffles it, shuffles it, whatever then they look through the deck to find it reversed.
The Method: All you need for this are two exactly alike card...

Gemini Twins Effect: A magician removes two cards from a deck and places them face up on the table. The deck is handed to the spectator where he/she will start dealing cards face down onto the table, when he/she stops, the magician places one face up card on top of the...

Gladlock the Great Knows All Effect: A spectator picks a card. You dial a number on the phone, ask for Gladlock the Great, and hand the phone to your victim, and Gladlock tells him his card.
Trick:
Glimpse and remember the bottom card of the deck. Have victim pick a card, memori...

Housing Suits ffect: Flip top card over and put the next on the bottom. Continue doing this forming suits counting down from Ace to 2. When you find a card out of order you tell the person their card.
METHOD:Sit home and arrange cards to where if you take the top car...

Impossible Card Location Using a 52-card deck, have three people each select a card without showing it to you. Tell them to memorize their card.
Deal one pile of 10 cards face down. Next to it deal a pile of 15 cards, and next to that deal another 15-card pile. Keep the remaini...

The Jack's Party Effect: This trick is a great crowd pleaser and will get a lot of recognition for its seemingly magical effects. Basically, you separate four sets of cards and magically bring them back together!!
Card Trick:
1. Take out the Kings, Queens, Jacks, and...

Firehouse Jacks Description: As the original trick you set it up pretty much the same way, except instead on the 2-8 cards and the 4 aces behind them, you should have from the top of the deck 2 thru 10 and then the Aces. Now your ready.
1. Separate the four jacks from ...

Magic Breath Effect: Spectator chooses a card. The card is placed randomly back in the deck. The magician explains about magic breath, that it will magically make a card appear where a person wants it to be. He hands the deck to the spectator, tells him to think of a ...

Magic Flick of a Finger Effect: After the spectator tells you that you have the wrong card 6 times, you flick two cards away from his (or her) grip and the third one magically becomes his card.
1. Start dealing cards from the top of the deck. Memorize the fourth card (let's sa...

Magic Pockets ffect: A spectator inserts a card upside down in a deck and memorizes the 2 cards next to it. The performer pulls both cards out of his pockets without ever looking at the cards.
Trick:
You need a packet of 20 cards and a joker. Give the packet to a ...

Math is Beautiful Effect: This trick is a math trick. You make alot of piles, have someone choose 3 of them. Have them mix around the piles while you're not looking, then flip over the top 2 cards of 2 of the piles and then tell them the top card of the 3rd deck.
Card Tr...

Mental Thought Ask the spectator to think of a number between 1 and 10. Have the spectator to shuffle the deck, count down to the number he/she thought of and remember the card. The card must be kept in the same position. You should turn your back on this part of the tri...

Mongolian Clock Effect: He spectator chooses a card from a "clock" made by the magician. Then the clock is put on the bottom of the deck; at this time the magician turns around while the spectator takes the same number of the hour that they picked and put that many cards ...

Not Your Card 1 - Shuffle the deck. Fan the cards & tell the person to pick a card and memorize it.
2 - Cut off all the cards except the three bottom cards. Hold out the pile of three cards and tell the spectator to place her (or his) card on top of them. Replace the...

Paper and Predictions Effect: Performer makes a prediction and writes it down. The folded paper is given to a spectator who does not look at it. Someone cuts the deck and takes a random card. The performer counts off a number of cards equal to the face value of that card onto t...

Psychic Hotline Effect: You tell your volunteer that you're psychic and that you can pick out whatever card he (or she) is thinking of. Explain that this trick depends on him, so if he doesn't concentrate hard enough, it won't work. After he has the card in mind, you pick...

Quick Flip 1. Shuffle the deck, and as you finish the shuffle and deck compaction turn the cards toward you and quickly spot the third card from the top. We'll assume that it's a seven.
2. Now tell the audience that you will look through the deck and remove the fi...

The Similar Pair REQUIRED: 1 Poker deck of cards.
PREPARATION: Pull two pair of similar looking cards from the deck, i.e.. the 9 of Spades & 9 of Clubs plus the 6 of Spades & the 6 of Clubs. The cards are combined as follows:
The 6 of Clubs and the 9 of Spades. The 6...

The Six Guessed Cards Before you begin, memorize a card and its location in the deck (preferably not at the top or bottom). Ask someone in the audience to write down your predictions. Say,"I will now pick a..," and name the card you memorized. Remove any card from the deck exce...

Spectator Performs a Trick Effect: The magician asks the spectator whether he knows any card tricks. Whatever the spectator answers, the magician says "Well, here's a great trick, only YOU'RE going to perform it." The spectator is handed a deck and asked to hold it with the cards fa...

Stop Now Effect: Hand a spectator a deck and tell him to shuffle them a few times, then place the cards on your left hand. With your right hand, start sliding the cards back about 1 to 5 at a time until he (or she) tells you to stop, before you get to the bottom of...

Think About It Effect: After shuffling the deck of cards, the performer holds the deck in his left hand and asks a friend to cut the deck and place the top portion of the cards in the performer's right hand. The friend is then asked to take the top card from the portion ...

Was There Now It's Here Effect: You trick the person into believing that the card you gave him (or her) is a different card.
Card Trick:
Show a deck of 52 cards (not trick cards) and ask someone to verify that it is not a trick deck. Fan the cards and ask a person (who won'...

The Wizard Takes a Holiday Spread the cards out face down and tell the spectator that you predict he is going to pick the 8 of spades (or whatever the bottom card was). Tell him to point at the card he thinks is the 8 of spades. Once he has pointed to a card, pick it up, look at it,...

2 Card Flight Effect: Two cards are selected by two spectators. When the crowd is asked if they would like to see a card fly visible or invisible the magicians compromises and shows both ways. First invisible and finally visible. Both ways are very impressive and if you...

2 Card Monte Effect: Performer gives spectator a heart faced card (say it is an ace of hearts) face down between the thumb and index finger. Performer then gives spectator a diamond face card (the ace of diamonds) on top of the other card. The spectator thinks that he ...

Variation: 2 Card Monte Effect: (This trick is best done with one person only) Magician gives the Ace of Diamonds to a spectator. Next, the magician takes the Ace of Hearts and gives that to a spectator. The spectator tries to guess what order the cards are and then the magician ...

Aces for Cardmen Only Description: Magician cuts the 4 aces from a thoroughly shuffled deck. No crimps, no key cards, no rough/slick...use a borrowed deck!
1. Start with the 4 aces on top of the pack. Using an overhand shuffle, run 8 cards to the top of the deck, don't do an...

The Ace Switch Up Effect: The magician shows three aces to the victim, and they aces are either red black red or black red black. when the magician puts the three aces down, the color combination will switch.
1. Get the 4 aces, but when you show them to the person you ar...

Acrobatic Aces Effect: The four aces are dealt out with three random cards on each. The spectator is then asked to hold the pile with his "favorite" ace in a secure place. The dealer then "removes" the aces from the other piles. All the aces are then found in the hands o...

Always On Top Effect: A spectator is asked to pick a card and return it to the top of the deck. Magician shows the card to spectator and puts it in the middle of the deck. Magically it rises back to the top.
1. First ask any spectator to select a card freely. Once th...

Variation: Always on Top This is a variation to the trick ''Always on top'' which is in the hard trick index. After you make the card come to the top say you will do it again. While you say this palm the bottom card. Square up the pack leaving the palmed card behind. do a double l...

The Amazing Switch ffect: A spectator chooses a card & is asked to put it face down onto the table under he/she's forefinger. The magician then takes the top card off of the deck and shows it around. The magician then taps the spectator's hand with the card, and to everyone...

The Ambitious Card Effect: A great classic. A selected card mysteriously appears at the top of the deck again and again after being sent into the middle of the deck. The final appearance is a real stunner.
Preparation: Put the eight of spades face down on top of the deck ...

Another Ace Location Effect: After shuffling the deck, the performer cuts the deck and turns up an ace at the point which he/she cut. This is repeated four times (for all of the aces).
Card Trick: Before doing the trick, place all of the aces at the top of the deck. If you ...

Another Changing Ace Trick Description: The performer shows two red aces, and places them face down on the table. He/She then asks the spectator two place his/her hands on the cards so that they cannot be switched. The performer then waves his hands (as if that actually does anythin...

Aroo! Have a card selected, but not looked at. Place the card on top of the deck, then remove it and show it. Place the card back on the deck, and turn slightly away from the first spectator and show the card. Now, as you turn back, push the card on the top of t...

Bert's Deception What you need: Two similar card decks and one card with the same pattern but in another color. Let's say, you have two red decks of cards and one card with the same pattern on the back, but in blue. I will call this card the blue card.
Preparation: Take...

Card Appearance Effect: The Magician has a spectator choose a card, then tells him/her to place the 4th card from the bottom. The magician then call's attention to each card from the bottom 1-4 and the spectator will say that's not his/her card. Then he uses the 4 cards l...

Card Apperance Variation Effect: A card is selected at victim's free will. The deck is cut in half and the card is replaced on the bottom half. One by one, 4 cards are shown from the bottom of the deck and placed on a table. Card is subsequently slapped out of hand from packet of ...

Card Between the Aces Effect: The spectator chooses a card and places it face up between the two black aces (face down). These are then returned to the deck and flipped over and the spectator's card has disappeared. The magician looks a bit for the card and then ribbon spreads ...

Cardeenie Single Effect: Showing the front side of your hand empty and then producing a a card from that same hand out of thin air
Card Trick:
Step 1- Take 2 or 3 cards and place them in the back of your hand. To hold the cards in the back of your hand place the top ...

A Card in Flight! Effect: After having a card selected, the performer drops the deck into a hat. Asking the person how many spots were on the noted card, the performer reaches into the hat and pretends to take out that many number of spots and flips them away. The spectator...

Color Blind First you go through the deck and pull out three red cards and three black cards. Place all three red cards under all three black cards. Hold the stack of cards face-up in the palm of your hand with your fingers wrapping around the edge. Turn your cards fa...

The Color Changing Aces Effect: The magician deals the black aces face down on the table. A spectator chooses a card and places it face up between the aces. When the 3 cards are put back in the deck, the spec.'s card disappears from between the two black aces and reappears betwee...

Cough, Cough Effect: Spectators freely chosen card ends up folded in the magicians mouth.
1. Start with a full deck of cards.
2. Now shuffle the deck so that everybody knows that the cards are not rigged in any way.
3. Have a spectator choose a card and memori...

Crimp It Effect: The Chosen Card is bent placed into the center of the deck and magically pops up to the top/
Card Trick
1. Double Lift 2nd card in deck.
2. Show this card to the Trickee.
3. Then Crimp the card in your hand (carefully so that the subjec...

That Darn Card Description: A card on top of the deck is placed in then deck than returns to the top a sequence card placing the card is always on top.
1. Shuffle the deck to show there is no set-up. Do a double lift of the two top cards. Place them back on top and tu...

Down to the Last Cards After Spectator chooses a card at random, deck is cut several times. Magician sorts through entire deck trying to locate card. The Spectator or another is asked to select another card. This card is also lost. By cutting the deck and removing packets of car...

Double or Nothing Description: An adapted four ace trick
1. Tossing the four aces face up onto the table. Arrange the aces in a face-down row.
2. Fan off three cards from the top of the deck and place them on top of one of the aces.
3. Tap the pile of four cards.
...

The Elevator Variation Effect: The magician shows the first card on top of a shuffled deck. By showing it, the magician bend the card as a mark. The magician then puts the card anywhere in the deck. Then with the index of his right hand he points the bottom of the deck going up ...

The Embarrassed Double Original Author: Unknown
The magician spreads the deck . He asks a lady to choose any card . The card is returned onto the top of the deck . The deck is then cut . The magician asks the woman to blow a kiss towards the deck . The card is shy and usually...

The Extraordinary Spelling Trick ffect: The magician asks a spectator to pick a card out of the deck. He shuffles the cards. Then, counting from the bottom of the deck, he spells out the spectator's card without even knowing what it is. On the last card, he reveals it to be the spectator'...

The Flying Aces Effect: The performer gives an audience member all Red cards in a deck and the Ace of Spades. The performer turns around while the audience member places the Ace into the Red cards and shuffles any way that they would like. The performer then turns around ...

Follow The Leader Secret: From an ordinary deck remove a Black Ace and a Red Ace then remove 2 through 5 of black cards that is the same as the Black Ace. Do the same for the Red Ace.
Card Trick:
Place the two aces on the table apart from each other. Put the left over...

Follow The Rules Effect: A spectator takes a card, takes the rest of the deck and places their card on top. The spectator then hands the cards back to the Magician who insists that the spectator disobeyed the rules and placed their card in the middle of the deck instead of...

Foretelling the Future Effect: After shuffling the deck, the magician holds the deck in his hand, face down, and calls for a spectator to choose a card as he is going through the deck. After the spectator tells the magician to stop going through the deck, the magician thinks for...

Hard Card Memorization Ask the spectator to spread a pack of cards, which they have shuffled, face down on the table. Tell them to remove a card from the upper part of the spread, note what the card is, and place it in the lower part of the spread. When the card is inserted into...

The Hidden Card Preparation: The first thing you need to do is shuffle the cards in front of your spectators so they see the cards are not arranged
The Trick: Have the spectator pick one card and let them show it to every person in the group but you. Tell them to memor...

Hole-in-Card Effect: A card is placed on top of the deck, and when the magician slams the deck with his hand, another card went through the top card!
Secret: The magician has palmed a card beforehand, and when he brings his hand down onto the deck, the palmed card g...

I Thought That Was Your Card Effect: A person picks a card. You look through the deck, rearrange it, and show bottom card. They say that isn't card so you put it on the table. You look through the deck again and find an upside down card. You show it, but it still isn't the card. Then ...

Jack The Escape Artist Effect: The performer tells the audience the about Jack the Escape Artist, as described below. With the help of the audience, the performer lays out a setup of face-down cards. It appears that Jack is surrounded by other cards (enemies) and is about to be ...

The Jumping Card Effect: Spectator chooses a card at random, initials it, puts it on top of the deck, cuts the deck then shuffles it, and when the magician snaps the card magically goes to the top of the deck. Then the magician tells the spectator what the chosen card was....

Jumping Aces Effect: This card trick is advanced and contains a lot of sleight of hand but the over all effect is GREAT!: Magician shows 4 aces for examination puts on deck then takes them off and shows the 4 aces. Then puts it back on the deck and deals an ace in 4 ro...

Look Ma... No Hands! Have a shuffled deck of cards on the floor (The presenter should be in a chair). Have a person (from now on we will call him Bob) look through the deck and pick a card. Have bob place his card on top of the deck, now have bob cut the deck into six (give or...

The Lost Kings Effect: Magician shows the four kings to the spectators. He then places three of the kings in different parts of the deck. The spectator is then told to cut the deck into three different piles. The spectator is then told to pick which pile he would like. T...

Luke, use the Force. Use The Force:
First, take a look at the top card, A good time to do this is when you shuffle the cards at the start of the trick. If the spectator insists on shuffling it for you, let them and then take it back and shuffle it again quickly, glimpsing a...

Magical Purposes Intro: This trick requires a force and a slight of hand. The sleight of hand is known as the "glide" and the force can be any force you like to use.
The force I use is two simple cuts, remembering the top card. Once the top card is secretly known ask th...

Magic Slapping Effect: A spectator chooses a card, returns it to the deck, which is shuffled. The magician places a packet of cards in the spectators hand, and begins slapping the cards, knocking them out of his hand. The remaining card is the chosen one.
First, you m...

The Memorized Deck This, along with many other tricks, depends on the key card. However, the key card is very well hidden, making it more deceptive than other tricks of its kind. Have a deck shuffled and then have a card selected. As the card is being shown around, glimpse t...

Mental Mystery Effect: A card is drawn from the deck at random. The spectator holds the card to his chest and the magician reads his mind and tells him what it is.
Card Trick: The deck is shuffled by the spectator. You riffle shuffle the deck noting the bottom card in...

Metamorphosis Effect: A simulation of Houdini's Metamorphosis (sub-trunk) -- one of the most well known and often performed stage illusions shrunk down to card deck size.
The King of Spades, Queen of Hearts and the two red aces are removed from the deck. The deck is ...

The Morphing Card Effect: The magician has you pick a card, and then has you shuffle Then the magician picks out a bad luck card and tells you to keep it away from the deck. Next, he (magician) shows you 4 cards and lays them on the table. Then he shows you the cards 1 more...

Never the Wrong Card Effect: The magician has you pick a card, and then has you shuffle Then the magician picks out a bad luck card and tells you to keep it away from the deck. Next, he (magician) shows you 4 cards and lays them on the table. Then he shows you the cards 1 more...

Olympic Vision Effect: Each of your 2 spectators gets half a deck of cards. The person is instructed to mix the cards, then choose a card from the pile. The 2 piles are then placed on top of one another, and the dealer starts to deal out the cards face up. After some dif...

Presto Pass Effect: Two stacks of cards at 16 cards each. One stack is placed in a spectators pocket. Another spectator places the second stack in his pocket. Two cards leave one man's pocket and appears in the others.
Card Trick:
After the spectator counts off ...

Quick Change Effect: A card is selected by a spectator. The spectator is then asked to put their card face down on the table, with their finger on top of it. The performer takes a card such as the jack of hearts and rubs it face down on the table. When the jack is turn...

Quick Counting Place the 4 aces on the top of the deck. Have the spectator choose a card. Quickly count off 12 cards and have the card replaced so it is the 13th from the top. Now, tell the spectator that you have memorized the deck and know that their card is in the top...

Righting a Wrong Ask the spectator to pick a card.
* take the card into the deck and bring it to the top. (This may be done by excepting the card on the top of the deck and then doing some kind of false shuffle, if the conjurer does not know any shifts).
* Ask specta...

The Changing Color Card You first shuffle the deck, and then cut it. You show the first card to the spectator on top of the deck and tell him to memorize it. You then shuffle again. You ask him to tell you a number. Then, count them from the top the number he said. Ask him if the...

The Sandwiched Aces Preparation: From an ordinary deck remove the four aces and place them in the following order: from top to bottom the order is the Ace of clubs on top, the Ace of Hearts below it, and below the Ace of Hearts is the Ace of Spades. Now place the remaining ac...

Chocolate Sandwich Variation Effect: This is a variation on The Sandwiched Aces trick where the setup is performed in front of everyone. This makes the results even more amazing.
This is a variation on the Sandwiched Aces trick. In that trick, there is some setup involved in which ...

Schwinn's Perfect Card Trick Effect: This piece of perfect leger de main begins with you fanning out the of cards to the spectator and asking him (her) select a card. After the card is returned to the top of the deck you begin legitimately shuffling the cards and making cuts. As you d...

Second Chance Effect: Spectator Shuffles, Cuts Picks a card, and you find it with out looking at it! The Description is long, but it's a great trick!
Card Trick:
First off, give a deck of cards to whom ever you will be presenting the trick to. Tell them to shuffle...

Shot Away Effect: Magician has spectator select a card. Card is replaced in deck, and deck back into box. Magician produces a toy pistol, and has spectator "shoot" the deck off his head. Spectator's card now has a "bullet hole"
How It's Done: First, you need two ...

Single Vision n any regular deck, place a breather crimp on any card, for instance the seven of clubs. If you do not know the breather crimp, you can use any regular crimp.
Remove the pack from the case, and hand it to the victim to shuffle, indicating that it sh...

Slap the Deck Effect: The magician fans out cards, and asks a spectator to choose one. He puts the selected card in the middle of the deck, and picks 7 cards off the top. He goes through a series of "Is this your card?", then turns the deck over, tells the spectator to ...

Smack the Stack Effect: You are told to pick a card from the fan and then replace it after memorizing it. I cut the cards and do a special shuffle and then hold the deck out to my side. I drop the cards into my other hand and hold two. I keep doing this until I hold five....

The Teleporting Card Effect: A spectator draws a card from a fanned deck of cards. The Magician tells the spectator not to show the card to any one, but to remember it and place on top of the deck. Then the Magician tells him/her to whisper her card to some one else. After tha...

Three Chances Effect: Magician cuts the deck into 5 piles, then deals one card on top each pile. He then gives the next card to the spectator and tells him to memorize the card. The magician then turns his back, or puts on a blindfold. The spectator is then asked to pla...

Three-Way Deck Effect: The card that audience CHOOSE will get out from the deck by very interesting ways...
Card Trick:
I make this trick with my favorite kind of cards- "RIVERA". They are ordinary cards, if you will not pay attention for little picture on the back...

A Tricky Production Effect: A spectator selects a card, returns it to the deck and shuffles the deck themselves. The magician retrieves the deck and produces the selected card in a very surprising manner.
1. For this trick you will need a card from a mini deck, preferably ...

Two Card Invisible Flight his trick utilizes only one sleight, the double lift. If you know this, the trick is a good quickie with the right patter used.
Step 1: Shuffle yourself or have a spectator do it. It really is not necessary, but helps to "set the stage."
Step 2: Dou...

Two Tricks in One Effect: Ask the spectator to choose a card and place it on top of the deck. Show them their card and place it in front of them. The card magically changes to a different one at which point you get them to place it back in the deck upside down. The wrong ca...

Unbelievable Pocket Change Effect: A spectator picks a card, after having placed another in your pocket. Through a short demonstration in hypnosis, the two cards change places.
Card Trick:
This trick is best done at a table, while standing opposite your subject.
Hand the de...

Unrecognizable Card Effect: Spectator picks a card from the deck and memorizes it. He then puts the card back in the deck and shuffles as much as he likes. Next, ask the spectator if s/he would recognize the card if they saw it again. Then show the spectator the bottom card, ...

Very Ambitious Card Effect: A spectators card rises from the center to the top of the pack repeatedly. (As in the ambitious card). Then the performer places the card in the center of the pack once more, and the card jumps out of the pack and lands in the hand of the performer...

Whispering Deck Effect: You riffle the deck and wait tell the spectator tells you to stop you stop and take away the upper portion. Then the pick the card up look at it then put it back. You square up the deck and riffle the deck to your ear. Then the deck tells you what ...

Your Choice From and shuffled deck of cards deal 6 piles of 5 cards each. Tell the spectator to choose 2 cards from the remainder of the deck, and write the two cards on a piece of paper, fold it, and place it on the table. Then tell him to put his cards on top of any...

Your Choice Variation So I added, Fanning them the right side pile and saying "Your card is not in there, I hope!" In addition a slight of hand makes it really shine, the two cards that are left I place on the top of the piles and deck. Then I shuffle all the cards keeping the ...

Card Mutilation Effect: This is a Card trick that involves mutilating two cards but it's worth it. With this card that is created you can do tons of tricks with
1. Take to cards any two cards that are in your regular deck that you use
2. Take one of the cards and tr...

Card Through The Window Effect: The magician allows the spectator to choose a card. Once they see it, they slip it back into the deck. The magician then shuffles the deck and without warning tosses it against a nearby window. After all the cards settle, one is left sticking to th...

Caught Red Handed Effect: A spectator chooses a card from a blue deck and memorizes it. He then places it back into the deck and the deck is shuffled. The performer goes through the deck and explains that the spectator was "caught red handed". The performer comes to a card ...

Egg A la Card Effect: You ask a spectator to think of a number from 10-20. They pick one. Such as 15. You say to the specator. that you will count of 15 cards from the deck. So you do so. Then you say I will add the two digits together. 1+5=6. Then you say. I will subtr...

Find-A-Card You need a deck of cards from Las Vegas that have a hole punched through the deck. The hole is usually in the center off to the left a little bit. Make sure all the holes in the cards are lined up so that you can see through the deck. Then tell your specta...

The Four Ace Trick 1. First of all you will need to cut the long side of your cards with a pair of scissors. But do not cut the aces.
2. So now every card, except the aces, are narrowed down by about 2 millimeters on both sides.
3. Either you can shuffle the cards or ...

Fruit Loops Effect: The magician lets the spectator choose a card, which is memorized and put back into the deck. The magician then puts the deck back into the card box and slips it into his pocket. He then claps his hands and points to a nearby table where an orange ...

How'd You Do That A Specific Deck is Needed
It can be any 52 (54 with joker) card deck, as long as a reversed card can be distinguished from the rest of the deck
The best to use is a deck with a pattern on the top that is identical, except for the boarder. If you can ...

In and Out Deck A deck of cards is fanned for a choice. But the magician says oh, wait I really must take the cards out of the box first, and waves his hand over the deck which seems to melt into the box. The lid is opened and the cards are again removed.
First you ne...

Magic In a Glass Effect: The magician takes a long-stemmed glass and announces that he's going to perform a card trick. The thing about this card trick is that he won't be able to touch the cards, because they'll be inside the glass the whole time! Placing the pack face-ou...

The Thought of Card Effect: The magician riffles through a deck of cards. While he riffles he tells the spectator to think of any card he sees, not the bottom card. After he thinks of his card you lift up the top card and say you didn't think of this card. Place the card back...

Your Pick Effect: You riffle the deck let the audience pick a card and put it back. You cut the deck into 4 piles they pick 3 to take out and the pile left over is the pile with their card on the top
Card Trick:
You need a Svengali Deck.
1. Take off the top...

The Whole A person chooses a card out of ten card with a hole at the top of them. the magician puts the card back into the middle of the ten without looking at it. he then puts a string into the hole of the card thus conecting them and with a jerk of the string all...

Card On The Ceiling Street Magic Card Trick Card On The Ceiling Street Magic Card Trick
Effect: A spectator selects, signs and returns a card to the deck.
The deck is then shuffled and the card that they signed, sticks to the ceiling while the others fall.
Preparation: You will need a pen,...

Elevator Card - Elevating Card Trick Effect: The top card of the deck is turned face up to the audience.
The card is once again turned face down and removed from the deck.
The magician now places this card into the middle of the deck and then squares the deck
The magician clicks his...

Cheeky Flipper Card Trick Preparation: Secretly flip the bottom card of the deck of cards.
Method: Fan the deck out but make sure that the spectators can't see the flipped up card on the bottom of the pack. Now ask them to pick a card. While they are studying their card, flip t...

Magic In A Glass Effect: The magician takes a long-stemmed glass and announces that he's going to perform an card trick. The thing about this card trick is that he won't be able to touch the cards, because they'll be inside the glass the whole time!
Placing the pack fac...

The Three Amigos Remove the four Jacks from the pack and place one jack face down on the top of the pack
Start the trick by presenting three jacks and make up a story that they are three best buddies and couldnt stand being apart.
Continue to rant on on how one day t...

MATHOMATICS This is a card trick I find very useful when a spectator makes it impossible for you to do the trick.I call the trick ,Mathomatic.
Mathematical discovery-- ask a person to choose a card. tell him to remember it's numerical value (ace = one, jack- = 11, ...

Magic Spelling Card Trick Secret A very clever self working trick secret which is guaranteed to baffle your audience
Effect: The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top thirteen cards. Holding the cards face down, he proceeds to spell the first card name, Ace. "A-C-E," and for eac...

Psychic Card The Effect: 12 cards are placed on the bar (using any red and black cards from the deck) in the same pattern you see in the diagram below here. You tell someone to secretly pick any BLACK card. After telling them to make several secret random moves, you ar...

Counter Strike Method: : Shuffle a pack of playing cards well, to begin the trick. Holding the pack face down, turn over the top card and place it face up on the table. Think of it as a pile. Starting with its face value, deal face up on top of it as many more playing c...

Bottoms Up Card Trick Effect: A pack of cards is fanned out in front of a spectator. The magician runs his fingers around the card fan and the spectator is asked to tell him when to stop his fingers on a card. This card is shown to the audience, replaced in the pack and the pa...

Abracadabra Magic Card Trick This is a great self working card trick
Performance: Take 21 cards and deal them out into three columns by dealing seven cards in each column. Deal three cards across for the first row, then another card on top of each for the next row, and so on until ...

Card Sleights Double Lift: Hold the deck in the left hand as shown in ( fig:1). The fingers of the right hand, hold the top edge of the deck lightly and the thumb of the right hand, rests at the bottom left corner. Tilt the deck so you can look down and see the cards un...

Coin Vanishing Through A Table Trick Effect: A glass is covered with a paper tube. The glass and tube are then placed over a coin on a table. When the paper tube is removed, the coin has vanished and has actually travelled through the table.
Preparation: You will need an ordinary glass.
...

Coin bite Trick EFFECT
The magician borrows a coin from the spectator and is seen to take a bite out of the coin.
PREPARATION
Take a quarter and file one side of it down so it looks like someone has bitten a chunk of it off.
METHOD
Approach a spectator and ...

COIN OPTICAL ILLUSION ffect :
A magician has two coins in his hand when he starts to rub them it looks like a third is appearing and when he opens his hand there are now three coins.
Performance :
Hold two coins flat on top of each other between your thumb and forefing...

Minus your Money Magic Trick Effect The magician clearly has three one dollar bills and magically, one
disappears leaving the two left untouched, right before the audiences baffled
eyes!
Preparation Secretly take out of your pocket/purse a dollar bill and fold it over abo...

Coin Squeezing Through A Small Hole Trick Coin Melt Coin Trick
Challenge a friend to pass a 20 cent coin through a piece of paper with a 5 cent hole in it … without tearing the paper! When their frustration reaches a satisfactory level, show them how it's done. This trick is shown using a UK 2...

Jumping Jack Coin Trick Easy leaping coin vanish magic stunt that when mastered will allow you to perform lots of amazing magic and coin vaulting tricks.
Flip The Coin Trick
Coins are placed in hand as shown. Left hand coin in centre of palm. Right hand coin is nearer to the ...

Free Coin Tricks - Coin Warp Effect: Magician displays three coins, (nickels) on the table. One coin is picked up by the right hand and placed into the left hand. A second coin is picked up and placed in the left hand along with the first coin. The third coin is placed into the right ...

Handkerchief And Vanishing Coin Trick Effect: The magician sticks the coin into the handkerchief, turns it over and then the coin disappears from inside the handkerchief.
Secret :You secretly wrap a rubber band around your fingers and thumb.
Then you place the handkerchief in that hand. ...

There's a Hole in My Pocket The Effect:
Borrow a coin and have it marked. You say that you are always losing money through a hole in your pocket and you drop the marked coin into your pocket. "What's weird", you say, "is that the hole isn't in this pocket (the one in which you dro...

Easy Coin Vanish Magic Trick Effect:
A coin is placed onto the table and it vanishes.
Method:
Put the coin onto the table with your left hand.
Say something like "check this out" and reach over with your right hand.
Then press down on the coin with your middle, index an...

Palm Penetration Effect You ask the spectator to hold out his or her hand palm up. You in turn place your hand on top of theirs, palm down. With your other hand you place a quarter or other coin on top of your hand and explain to the spectator that with one quick slap ...