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Card Transposition
Effect: You put a card in your pocket, and one in the spec...

In My Pocket
Effect: A spectator picks a card. The magician looks for t...

Spectator Performs a Trick
Effect: The magician asks the spectator whether he knows a...

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

A Card in Flight!
Effect: After having a card selected, the performer drops ...

ESP
You will need someone to act as your assistant for this. H...

The Sun
1) Count out 30 cards face up. Remember the 10th card. (Le...

The Lazy Magician
Effect: The spectator is given the cards, which they may s...

Number's Game
Effect: Through math, you can find out two cards that a pe...

As Many As You
This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack ...





The Extraordinary Spelling Trick





ffect: The magician asks a spectator to pick a card out of the deck. He shuffles the cards. Then, counting from the bottom of the deck, he spells out the spectator's card without even knowing what it is. On the last card, he reveals it to be the spectator's card.

Card Trick:

The only two sleights used in this trick are the false shuffle and the glide. When the spectator returns his card, shuffle it to the bottom of the deck. Then give it a false shuffle. Bang the edge of the cards on the edge of the table, supposedly squaring the cards up, but really glimpsing the spectator's card. Then execute the glide. Say the spectator's card was the seven of diamonds. Begin to spell it, saying you are picking up vibes. One card per letter, pulling out the cards immediately above the bottom card. Then, on the last letter, the "s" in this case, pull out the spectator's card. This'll knock their socks off





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