The Changing Color Card
You first shuffle the deck, and then cut it. You show the first card to the spectator on top of the deck and tell him to memorize it. You then shuffle again. You ask him to tell you a number. Then, count them from the top the number he said. Ask him if the card is his. He says no, so you put them on top of the deck, and recount them. Lets say the card you show him is the 6 of hearts, he says that it is not his card. So you put the 6 of hearts on the table, then you recount them and the card at his number is still the 6 of hearts. You tell him to look at the card on the table. It will be his card. You then tell him to put the card any where in the deck. You shuffle the deck and tell him to push on the middle of the deck. You fan the deck and one of the cards will be blue (let's say the deck was red). He takes the card from the deck, it will be his card.
1. You do about the same thing as in Righting A Wrong, but you have to know the card he will pick (so do a false shuffle, false cut and tell him to look at the top card, which you know what it is) and you have to put the same card in, but in a different color. (Remember that every time you shuffle you have to hide the blue card)
2. After you did like in Righting A Wrong, you put the card back into the deck, anywhere the spectator wants to. Then, you shuffle and you tell him to push on the middle of the deck (tell him to make a sound, it's funnier). Then you fan the deck and the card that is blue, is their card.
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