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

Not Possible !
A card is selected and placed unseen on the table. As t...

Two Card Invisible Flight
his trick utilizes only one sleight, the double lift. If ...

Spelling Bee
Effect: The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top t...

Egg A la Card
Effect: You ask a spectator to think of a number from 10-2...

Lucky 13
Effect: The magician takes a fresh deck of cards out of th...

The Turn Around Card Trick
Effect: The performer places eight cards face up on the ta...

Unbelievable Pocket Change
Effect: A spectator picks a card, after having placed anot...

It's Your Deal
The effect of the trick: The spectator cuts an ordinary p...

Ace Party
Effect: With the spectator's help, you make four piles of ...

The Lost Kings

Effect: Magician shows the four kings to the spectators. He then places three of the kings in different parts of the deck. The spectator is then told to cut the deck into three different piles. The spectator is then told to pick which pile he would like. The chosen pile is then dealt into three different piles. The spectator is then asked to flip the top card of each pile and to the spectators surprise the top cards are the three lost kings...

Method: Take Kings out of the deck

1. Palm three cards from the deck.

2. Tell spectator to place all four kings on the deck. You then square the deck and place the palmed cards on the deck. (The order from the top will be- 3 indifferent cards, then the four kings.)

3. Tell the spectator that you are going to take the four kings and you are going to place them in different spots of deck. Count off the top four cards 1 by 1 onto the table. (The order on the table will be one king at the top, and three indifferent cards at the bottom.)

4. Pick up the four cards from the table.

5. Flip the top card, which is a king, and place it on the table.

6. Take the three indifferent cards and place them 1 by 1 in different parts of the deck. (Spectators now think you just placed the three kings in different parts of the deck.)

7. (The three kings are still on top of the deck.) Ask the spectator to cut the deck in three even piles.

8. (Stay focus on the pile that contains the three kings) Force the spectator the pile that contains the three kings by the "Process of Elimination".

9. Tell the spectator to think of a number between 10 and 15.

10. Once they thought of that number, tell the spectator to deal off that amount down to the table.

11. (The dealt pile contains the three kings at the bottom) The left over card(s) are placed to the side with the rest of the deck.

12. Tell spectator to pick up dealt pile. Tell spectator to deal cards from left to right into three piles.

13. Tell spectator to flip over the top cards of each pile. There are the three kings...

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