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Cutting The Aces
Effect: Magician cuts a deck into four piles, turns over t...

The Changing Color Card
You first shuffle the deck, and then cut it. You show the ...

The Morphing Card
Effect: The magician has you pick a card, and then has you...

Turn Around Deck
Take an ordinary deck of cards and memorize the bottom car...

The Lost Kings
Effect: Magician shows the four kings to the spectators. H...

Magnetic Cards
First you must learn how to "Riffle Shuffle". Shuffle th...

Opposite Decks
1. Before doing this magic trick you need to separate the ...

The circle card trick
This one takes a little bit of acting, it is very funny th...

Cut the Kings
This trick begins with a stacked deck! Seperate the Aces ...

The Jack's Party
Effect: This trick is a great crowd pleaser and will get a...





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 fingers and the card returns immediately to the top of the deck.

Preparation: You will need a deck of cards.

Method:This trick uses the principle of the double lift

When showing the top card actually perform a double lift and show the card that was really second from the top of the pack.

Then remove the actual top card and place it into the middle of the deck.

The already shown card is still on the top of the deck and can be revealed in any way that the magician wishes.

Make sure that the double lift is clean and bend the cards slightly to ensure that they stay together as one





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