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Bert's Deception
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Acrobatic Aces
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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 cards in this order: 5-4-3-2 black cards then 3-4-5-2 red cards on top of those cards. Spread them out and show them to a spectator and tell them that they are in no special order.

Take the cards in your hand and say that the Aces are the leader and the cards in your hand are just the followers. Now here's the trick of it all you must do the (Glide) for the bottom card. Then say I'll place four cards from the bottom of the pack under the red ace. Which really happed was you place three cards red then one black on top.

Then say I'll now place the rest four cards under the black ace. Which really is three black cards and one red card. Now you can just play around with the spectator bye putting different positions and no matter what will happen you will come up with the cards always following the ace. A good stumper trick.





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