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The Four Ace Trick





1. First of all you will need to cut the long side of your cards with a pair of scissors. But do not cut the aces.

2. So now every card, except the aces, are narrowed down by about 2 millimeters on both sides.

3. Either you can shuffle the cards or have the victim shuffle them. But it does not matter who shuffles them.

4. Then you say that you will find the four aces in no time at all, What you can to do to make a big deal about it, is have them time you while you find the aces.

5. Pick the deck up, either with your left hand or right hand, it doesn't matter which hand, and square all four sides of the deck.

6. Either drop the cards, throw them, or whatever, and the narrow cards will fall out of your hand, with the aces still in your hand.

7. As you see it, the aces were the only cards you had a hold of securely. The other cards fell out because you did not have a hold of them. And that is the trick.





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