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Bottoms Up
Original Author: Unknown Ask a spectator to shuffle car...

Presto Pass
Effect: Two stacks of cards at 16 cards each. One stack is...

11th Card Variation
Count out 21 cards and lay them face down on a flat surfac...

Cardeenie Single
Effect: Showing the front side of your hand empty and then...

Whispering Deck
Effect: You riffle the deck and wait tell the spectator te...

Magic Pockets
ffect: A spectator inserts a card upside down in a deck an...

Blown Away !
Two black Jacks are shown face to face, one held in the le...

Ilusionary Card Trick
first u take all the cards (52cards) then u put 26 cards o...

The Amazing Switch
ffect: A spectator chooses a card & is asked to put it fac...

Where's the Card?
Effect: Spectator picks a card from deck and magician find...





The Lazy Magician





Effect: The spectator is given the cards, which they may shuffle as much as they want. While the magician's back is turned, the spectator looks at the top card, and replaces it back on the top. The spectator is asked to place as many cards as the top card (King is 13, Queen is 12 and so on..) from the bottom to the top (still behind the magician's back). The magician turns around and takes the deck and finds the card!

Card Trick:

This works based on a mathematical principle. All the magician does is start with the second card from the top, and counts mentally as one, two, and so on, going down through the deck. The spectator's card will be at the same number as the card value that matches the magician's count! There are better methods of revealing the result, however.

To the Reader: For this trick to work you have to know the number that the spectator has counted. To do this you can simply tell them to count out loud





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