Card Tricks

Firehouse Jacks
Description: As the original trick you set it up pretty mu...

Best Friends
Effect: Two cards are freely (yes, freely) selected and in...

Kings Party Variation
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Stop When U Like
The effect of the trick: The perfomer asks a spectator to...

Amazing coincidence
The magician selects a number of cards from the deck and s...

The Self-Arranging Deck
First, separate all the cards by suit. Line up each suit i...

Haphazard Cards
Holding a deck of cards face down in your left hand, take ...

Find The Card The Easy Way
In this trick 16 cards are placed face up on a table, in f...

Math is Beautiful
Effect: This trick is a math trick. You make alot of piles...

3 Robbers and a Cop Variation
The magician places 3 Jacks in a deck, which he tells the ...





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: "You look like you can deal out a mean hand of cards! Please take this pack and deal out two piles, alternating cards."

Let them deal about half of the deck and then say: "You may stop anytime you wish". Take the undealt deck of cards and place them aside.

Say to your volunteer: "Now, please pick up one of those two piles and deal it into two smaller piles. Do the same with the other pile so that we will end up with 4 piles of cards."
At this point there will be a king on the top of every deck.

"Turn up the top of any pile. Oh....that's a king. Turn over another - another king! Coincidence. Yet another and another."

Once the volunteer has turned up all 4 kings discard them.

"Anyone here a poker player? What beats four kings? Why.....four ACES, right?!"

Make some magical passes of your hand over the four piles. Turn up the top card of each pile to reveal ACES.

Take a bow!





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