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Opnick's Dozen
You will need twelve cards, with no more than three of the...

Your Pick
Effect: You riffle the deck let the audience pick a card a...

Olympic Vision
Effect: Each of your 2 spectators gets half a deck of card...

Haphazard Cards
Holding a deck of cards face down in your left hand, take ...

The Changing Color Card
You first shuffle the deck, and then cut it. You show the ...

The Flying Aces
Effect: The performer gives an audience member all Red car...

Bert's Deception
What you need: Two similar card decks and one card with th...

Deceptive Divination
The magician turns his back to the audience and asks a vol...

Psychic Prediction
Effect: Guess any card in the deck someone wants you to. ...

Do It Yourself Discovery
Effect: The spectator discovers his own card in a mysterio...





The Three Amigos





Remove the four Jacks from the pack and place one jack face down on the top of the pack

Start the trick by presenting three jacks and make up a story that they are three best buddies and couldnt stand being apart.

Continue to rant on on how one day the three amigos were lost in the desert and the best way to seek help was to go in different directions.The first one to get help was to come and get the others, so off they went in their different directions.

Get the spectator to place one jack on top of the pack , one jack anywhere in the middle and the last jack on the bottom of the pack.

Confirm with the spectator that he is happy that the jacks are well seperated , then get him to cut the pack ensuring that the bottom half of the pack is put on top of the other half.

(This will bring the top and bottom jack together with the previously placed jack)

The cards are then turned face up from the top off the pack eventually turning over three jacks together near the center to the spectators amazement.

Conclude your story that in the end the friends were good to their word and all lived happy ever after.





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