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

Criss Cross
1. First, shuffle or let the spectator shuffle. 2. Go t...

Sim Sala Bim
Card Trick: Deal out three piles of seven cards each. (...

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

Hands off the Pack!
This is a trick which can be performed without ever handli...

The Lost Kings
Effect: Magician shows the four kings to the spectators. H...

No I Got It
Effect: Gives an effect of the card vanishing and reappea...

The Three Inseparable Cards.
The magician takes the shuffled deck and carefully and tho...

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

Color Blind
First you go through the deck and pull out three red cards...





Think of a Card





Effect: The magician takes a packet of ten cards from the top of a shuffled deck. A spectator thinks of one of those cards and memorizes it. The magician tells the spectator to also memorize the position of the card from the top of the (face-down) packet. That done, the magician squares the packet up.

Magician divides the packet in half. He takes the top five cards and places them under the bottom five. He asks the spectator for the position of the remembered card. Magician takes a card from the top of the packet and puts it on the bottom. Do this the same number of times as the number the spectator gave you.

The magician finds the card, using the Elimination Shuffle.

The Elimination Shuffle: Take the top card off the packet and put on the bottom. Take the new top card and put it on the table. Keep doing this, one card to the bottom, next card to the table, until you hold only one card. It will be the card the spectator chose.





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