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

Gambling Aces
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Build the Houses
Deal 3 cards face up in a row, and continue dealing until ...

All The Aces
Effect: The spectator cuts the deck into four piles. From ...

Think of a Card
Effect: The magician takes a packet of ten cards from the ...

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

Hex-a-Card
The effect of this trick: The performer challenges the sp...

Card Sleights
Double Lift: Hold the deck in the left hand as shown in ( ...

Willing To Bet?
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Opposite Decks
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Nice and Easy





Shuffle deck. Let someone choose any card, memorise it and place on TOP of deck. Behind your back, flip THAT first card over and bring out the whole deck. Hold deck upright, so they see bottom card - don't let them see theirs. With the bottom of the deck showing, ask if that's their card, to which they say no. At the same time you can see what THEIR card is, because you've flipped it over and it's now facing you! Put deck behind your back (be careful they don't see.) Flip their card over again and put it anywhere in deck. Bring out the deck, shuffle it or get them to shuffle, and now you can find their card!





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