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Double or Nothing
Description: An adapted four ace trick 1. Tossing the f...

Paper and Predictions
Effect: Performer makes a prediction and writes it down. T...

What's on Your Mind?
Before you start, conceal three cards in your pocket, face...

Smack the Stack
Effect: You are told to pick a card from the fan and then ...

Was There Now It's Here
Effect: You trick the person into believing that the card ...

Appearing Card
Effect: A spectator picks a card out of a shuffled deck. Y...

Card Mutilation
Effect: This is a Card trick that involves mutilating two ...

The Changing Card Variation
Effect: Now not only does the card change, it disappears! ...

A Cut Above the Rest
This is a sleight of hand trick which requires some practi...

Card in a Bottle
A card is selected, the spectators note it and it is retur...





That's Odd





This trick can be repeated over and over again without any fear of detection.

Using any pack, openly remove five red and five black cards, (It is best to keep to spot cards though not essential.) then discard the rest of the pack.

Put the two stacks of cards face to face - that is, all cards of one colour together face up and all of the other colour face down on top of them. Thoroughly mix the cards, using an overhand shuffle being careful that none of the cards turn over while you shuffle them.

Place them behind your back and count off the top five, turning this stack of five over. Bring both stacks round to the front again. Spread them in two separate strips along the table and there will be an equal number of face-up cards in each pile. But they will all be alike in colour in each pile.

Let's see that again! Reverse one of the stacks and place the two piles together again, shuffle and put them behind your back as before and repeat. You can keep on doing this all day and the effect will be the same.





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