All Card Tricks Page 3
The magician selects a number of cards from the deck and splits them into two piles, a volunteer is asked to select one of the piles, the magician takes the other. The volunteer is asked to shuffle his packet of cards as the magician does the same. ...
A spectator is asked to shuffle the cards, then remove any twelve from the pack and to further shuffle these twelve. Whilst this is being done the magician writes a prediction on a piece of paper he places face down on the table. The spectator now takes a...
Another Ace Location
Effect: After shuffling the deck, the performer cuts the deck and turns up an ace at the point which he/she cut. This is repeated four times (for all of the aces). Card Trick: Before doing the trick, place all of the aces at the top of the deck. If you...
Another Changing Ace Trick
Description: The performer shows two red aces, and places them face down on the table. He/She then asks the spectator two place his/her hands on the cards so that they cannot be switched. The performer then waves his hands (as if that actually does anythi...
Any Way You Count 'Em
Shuffle the cards well. Holding them face down, turn over the top card and place it face up on the table. Think of it as a stack. Starting with its face value, deal face up on top of it as many more cards as needed to reach 10. For instance if it's a 3, d...
Effect: A spectator picks a card out of a shuffled deck. You put it with three random cards, place the cards at the bottom of the deck, and shuffle. You take three cards from the bottom of the deck and ask the spectator if any of those are his. None are. ...
Have a card selected, but not looked at. Place the card on top of the deck, then remove it and show it. Place the card back on the deck, and turn slightly away from the first spectator and show the card. Now, as you turn back, push the card on the top of ...
As Many As You
This mathematical trick can be performed with any pack Effect: The magician can reveal the exact number of cards taken by a spectator. Method: The magician asks a spectator to take a few cards from the top of the pack but to conceal them from the ma...
Effect: You lay out a bunch of cards on the table and have a member of your audience pick one. Your assistant goes out of the room while this is done. The assistant is called back in and knows the person's card! This is repeated. Card Trick: 1. Have...
This is a very simple trick, and works best on kids, but it can be made to look pretty impressive. EFFECT: Audience member picks a card, which the magician does not see. The audience member inserts the card back into the deck. Next the magician drops t...
What you need: Two similar card decks and one card with the same pattern but in another color. Let's say, you have two red decks of cards and one card with the same pattern on the back, but in blue. I will call this card the blue card. Preparation: Tak...
The effect of the trick: Two cards, inserted into a deck at very different points, magically come together. This trick is a simplified version of Come Together (above) Hand a pack of cards to an audience member and ask him/her to shuffle it and cut it...
Effect: Two cards are freely (yes, freely) selected and inserted face up in the deck in two different places. Magician runs through the deck and drops the face-up selected card and the face-down card next to it, on the table. When the face-down cards are ...
Blown Away !
Two black Jacks are shown face to face, one held in the left hand and one in the right. "These two cards are known as the Jumping Jacks" announces the magician. The cards are brought close together, the magician blows on them very hard. In an instan...
Original Author: Unknown Ask a spectator to shuffle cards. When he/she hands them back to you note the bottom card. That is "their card." Start by fanning the cards out. Run your finger across them and ask the spectator when to stop. When he/she says t...
Sim Sala Bim
The Self-Arranging Deck
The 4 Row Card Trick
Card Trick 2
3 Card Monte
Mystical Red Aces
Double or Nothing
Look Ma... No Hands!
From Here to There
The Sandwiched Aces
Two Tricks in One
Another Changing Ace Trick