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Schwinn's Perfect Card Trick
Effect: This piece of perfect leger de main begins with yo...

3 Card Monte
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Aces for Cardmen Only
Description: Magician cuts the 4 aces from a thoroughly sh...

How'd You Do That
A Specific Deck is Needed It can be any 52 (54 with jok...

The Four Ace Extravaganza
Preparation: Remove the four aces from the deck and the ca...

Chased
Effect: To guess someone's card by memorizing order of dec...

Magic In A Glass
Effect: The magician takes a long-stemmed glass and announ...

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

The Sandwiched Aces
Preparation: From an ordinary deck remove the four aces an...

Acrobatic Aces
Effect: The four aces are dealt out with three random card...





Sim Sala Bim





Card Trick:

Deal out three piles of seven cards each. (Deal them just like dealing hands for a card game.) Have the spectator choose a pile. Hold the pile up, so the cards face the spectator. Have him/her choose a card, without telling you or pointing it out. Place the packet you hold in between the other two packets. Deal out the cards into three piles again. Hold up each pile separately, asking the spectator if his/her card is in the pile. When they say yes, place the pile with the chosen card in between the other two piles again. Repeat this step two more times (for a total of 4 times.) After the last time, hold the twenty-one cards up, and recite the magic words: "Sim Sala Bim." Next, deal the cards, one by one, spelling out Sim Sala Bim, one card for each letter. The next card (after you spell out all three words) will be the spectator's card! They will like this trick!





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