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3 Card Monte
This will take some time but belive me its worth it this i...

The Reappearing Combo
Effect: Cards are eliminated by the audience but somehow a...

Four Islands
Effect: There are four islands in an ocean. Each has a kin...

The Bottom Card
Effect: You guess the bottom card without even looking at ...

The Magnetic Cards
Effect: Two cards are either chosen by the same person or ...

O'Henry Trick
Preperation: Before the trick make up a packet containi...

This is a card trick I find very useful when a spectator m...

Criss Cross
1. First, shuffle or let the spectator shuffle. 2. Go t...

Card Apperance Variation
Effect: A card is selected at victim's free will. The deck...

Psychic Hotline
Effect: You tell your volunteer that you're psychic and th...

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 right hand. With the deck face down on the table, use your right hand to cut about half of the deck and place that half about two inches in front of the bottom half. As you bring your hand back, bring the cards above the break with you directly to the top of the first half. Using both hands now, immediately cut both halves and place them to the left and right of the first halves, forming a diamond shape. Turn the top card on both the left and right piles over and place the on the top and bottom piles, then turn the second card of the left and right piles over and place them on the left and right piles. Although you aren't actually cutting to the aces, the illusion that you are is a very strong one.

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