## Card Tricks

Come together
The effect of the trick: The spectator cuts an ordinary p...

Elevator Card - Elevating Card Trick
Effect: The top card of the deck is turned face up to the...

Card in Wallet Prediction
The magician lets a spectator pick a card from the pack. T...

Turning The Tables
The effect of the trick: From three piles of cards the sp...

The Magical Trio
The effect of the trick: Three cards of the same value are...

Chocolate Sandwich Variation
Effect: This is a variation on The Sandwiched Aces trick w...

Spelling Bee
Effect: The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top t...

The Turn Around Card Trick
Effect: The performer places eight cards face up on the ta...

The Hotel
1. You must have the four Queens on the top of the deck, f...

Opnick's Dozen
You will need twelve cards, with no more than three of the...

## Bottoms Up

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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 stop, put your thumb on that point.

The Trick:
While your thumb is on that point, use your other fingers to slowly work the bottom card under your thumb. As you pull the cards off the top of the deck with your thumb, slide the bottom card under the other cards and pull them off the deck and show the spectator his/ her card. This is where you take over. Since you already know the card you can have the spectator cut, shuffle, etc.

My favorite ending:
Start flipping the cards from the top of the deck over onto the table. When you flip their card say, "I'll bet you a million bucks that the next card I flip over will be yours!" They'll think you messed up because their card is already flipped over on the table. If they know about card tricks they will think that you used their card as a key card. When they say, "Make it two million and you're on!" flip their card, which is already on the table, face down. They'll be dumbfounded.

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