Card Tricks

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

Cut To It
Effect: The spectator picks a card, puts it on the top of ...

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

The Memorized Deck
This, along with many other tricks, depends on the key car...

Stamped
This trick is quite simple, and shouldn't be used more the...

Follow The Rules
Effect: A spectator takes a card, takes the rest of the de...

Magic Flick of a Finger
Effect: After the spectator tells you that you have the wr...

Your Choice
From and shuffled deck of cards deal 6 piles of 5 cards ea...

The 4 Row Card Trick
Here's a nice and baffling card trick. Heck, I don't even ...

Righting a Wrong
Ask the spectator to pick a card. * take the card into ...





Opnick's Dozen





You will need twelve cards, with no more than three of the same value.

Arrange them into three piles of four each (make sure there are no doubles in each pile.) Each pile needs to be put into numerical order, from lowest to highest, so when face down the lowest card is on top.

Show a spectator the three face down piles, then move the piles around, so there is no way for you to remember what card is where. Get spectator to pick a pile. Fan that pile for spectator to see, and ask them to remember one card from that pile. Ask them to also remember a number from 1-4, depending on the position of the card in its pile -- 1 being the top-most card, 4 being the bottom card. Put the piles on top of each other, with the selected pile on the very top.

Deal the cards, from left to right, into three piles (1234, 1234, 1234.) When done, put the pile on the left side on top of the middle pile, and put those on top of the pile on the right.

Do the above action (deal the cards, then stack them,) three times total. You can do it fast, and say you are mixing the cards up. When you are finished for the third time, ask the spectator for the 1-4 position of their selected card. Deal that number from the bottom of the pile. The last card you deal is the selected card.

Alternate Version: after you stack them for the third time, reverse the order of the cards. Ask spectator for the 1-4 value of the selected card. Deal that number off the TOP of the pile. The last card you deal is their selected card.

Present the card in any fashion.





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