Card Tricks

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The Ace Switch Up





Effect: The magician shows three aces to the victim, and they aces are either red black red or black red black. when the magician puts the three aces down, the color combination will switch.

1. Get the 4 aces, but when you show them to the person you are doing the trick to, hide the last ace behind the stack, and fan them out towards him so he can't see the last ace. Make sure the three aces are in some alternating pattern in colors.

2. Tell the person about how he should remember the suits and the color of the aces you showed him.

3. This is the hard part, put the aces down on the table face down, hook the ace at the far left with the tips of your fingers and slowly bring it away from the other aces, while you pretend nothing happened and you casually put the rest of the aces on the table, and fan the last ace the you hid behind the stack to the right of the pile. The ace that you grabbed, make sure you conceal it fully and stick it some place, for instance under your leg or some place where they won't see it, while you talk to the victim, asking him if he remembered the cards. When he flips them over, he will see that the aces switched in colors.

(if this explanation is hard to understand, please e-mail me and I will answer any of your questions. This is an awesome trick and takes some practice. Honestly, I created this trick by myself.)





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