Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Happy new year everyone!

Happy new year everyone!
Hello fellow reader. I would like to wish you happy new year and great success in 2014. Our team is super busy thinking of magic tricks for new years eve and I can't write much but I'll will wish you happy holidays to everybody and I hope you'll visit our blog more often.

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Anti Gravity Card Levitation Trick

Anti Gravity Card Levitation Trick
Effect: A seemingly random playing card is chosen from the deck and shown to the spectator. The card is then placed flat onto the magician's palm where, after a subtle magic wave of his other hand, the card is seen to visibly rise up from his hand. This looks amazing as there seems to be no explanation as to why the card appears to be floating on thin air. The performance and magic secret method are explained in the following video. Make sure and read the magic tips at the bottom of this page to help you perform this trick to maximum effect.

Card Trick Melting Card Illusion

Card Trick Melting Card Illusion
This is a really good street magic card trick where a card is seen to visibly melt through another card. This illusion is performed right under your audience's nose which makes it even more convincing. Such is the beauty of close up magic.

Amazing Jumping Jack Trick

Amazing Jumping Jack Trick
Performance : Three cards are presented to the audience, two jacks and a non face card. the cards are clearly displayed, front and back. The magician then deals the cards on the table, face down. When the cards are turned over, the non face card has been replaced by a jack.

World's Simplest Trick

World's Simplest Trick
Effect: You take out a deck of cards and ask the spectator to shuffle it thoroughly. You then ask him to name any two cards (just the name of the card, without the suit). After the spectator names two cards, you put your hand on the deck of cards, and concentrate hard on it. After a minute or so, you ask the spectator to turn over the deck of cards and fan through it. Astonishingly, the cards that he names are right next to each other.

Build the Houses

Build the HousesDeal 3 cards face up in a row, and continue dealing until you have 3 columns of  7 cards each. Then find the card the easy way. Ask the spectator to remember any one of the visible cards and to point out its column. Close up each column and combine them into a packet of 21 cards, putting the selected column between the other two. Again deal the 3 columns and have the spectator point to the one with his (or her) card. Again collect the 3 columns with the selected column between the others, and deal them out again. But this time, when the spectator points out the column, pick up that column first and put the other two on top of it.

Psychic Hotline

Psychic HotlineEffect: You tell your volunteer that you're psychic and that you can pick out whatever card he (or she) is thinking of. Explain that this trick depends on him, so if he doesn't concentrate hard enough, it won't work. After he has the card in mind, you pick up the deck and look through the cards. After a moment, you set the deck face down in front of the spectator and announce a card. If this is the correct one, then he is amazed (and you can start your own 900 number). Since this seldom happens, let's continue.

When he says it's not his card, tell him that he didn't concentrate hard enough. Tell him to take the top third of the deck and shuffle it. Then he is to take the whole deck and find his card. When he does, he is to put it on top of the deck. Then tell him to take the bottom third of the deck and shuffle it and put it on top of the deck. Then tell him to cut the deck.

Friday, December 27, 2013

Self Working Card Match Trick

Self Working Card Match Trick
Effect :The magician asks a spectator to choose five cards from a deck. They have complete freedom of choice. The five cards are then ripped in half and placed in two piles in front of the spectator.
The spectator is told that using a magic sentence "Will the cards match" and a little magic, that they will be given a magical hand to sort the matching pairs.

Elevator Card Trick

Elevator Card TrickEffect: The top card of the deck is turned face up to the audience.

The card is once again turned face down and removed from the deck.

The magician now places this card into the middle of the deck and then squares the deck

The magician clicks his fingers and the card returns immediately to the top of the deck

Slap Happy

Slap HappyEffect: One of six cards is selected from the magician. It is then counted off and placed into the middle of the deck. Spectator tells magician when the pile is large enough, he then holds cards. Magician slaps cards from his hand and only one remaining is the chosen card.

1. Select seven cards from the top of the deck, it does not matter what they are. Spread the card with only six of them showing with the remaining seventh card hidden behind and slightly lower than the others.

2. Have a spectator select a card and replace it into the pack while you still have them spread.

O'Henry Trick


O'Henry TrickBefore the trick make up a packet containing 20 black cards and one red (we'll say the Queen of Hearts.) Put the red card 10th from the top. Place this packet on top of the rest of the pack.


In performing the trick say to the audience you will remove a random number of cards from the top of the pack, but remove the top 21 cards placed there earlier and disregard the rest of the pack (you no longer require them).

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Magic Spell Card Tricks

Magic Spell Card Tricks
Secret sequence of playing cards to enable every card in the deck to be located by spelling the name of the card. Amazing and convincing powerful free magic for use by card magicians.

This first sequence of cards will allow you to conjure up the card of your choice from any suit in the deck. In the example below, the spades have been set up in order for the magic spell trick to be performed with success. (You could use any of the other suits set up in the same sequence).

Super Ink Fusion Reaction Trick

Super Ink Fusion Reaction Trick
Effect: Two spectators each select and sign a card. One signature is signed on the face of a card and the other signature is placed on the back of the other card. Both cards are then placed face down on the table.

Then the spectator that signed the back of his card, holds it between his hands while the other spectator waves his card over his hands and when he looks, he sees that his signature has vanished from his card and when the other spectator looks at his card which he is holding in his hands, the other spectators signature has appeared on the face of this card. So both signatures appear on one card.

Three Card Monte Trick

Effect: The magician gives a demonstration of the well known street con Three Card Monte.

Method: There are only two moves you need to learn in order to perform three card monte: The throw, and the bent corner move.

The basic premise behind the "game" of three card monte is that you have three cards, for example, two black fours and a red ace. You shuffle the cards around on the table, and the "mark" or "sucker" tries to pick the odd card, in this case, the red ace.

Magic In A Glass Card Trick

The magician takes a long-stemmed glass and announces that he's going to perform a card trick. 

The amazing thing about this card trick is that he wont be able to touch the cards, because they'll be inside the glass the whole time!
Magic In A Glass Card Trick

Placing the pack, face out in the glass, the magician states that he's going to find all four aces using special " Locator Cards ". He reaches into the glass and pulls out a red number card ( we'll use the Ten of Hearts for the example ) and puts it in front of the rest of the cards in the deck so that the ten of hearts is the card the spectator now sees looking at them through the glass. 

Seven Detectives

Effect: This is a story of seven detectives chasing a murderer (the selected card).


1) Take any four of the same face cards out of the deck, (Kings make good detectives.)

Seven Detectives2) Shuffle the deck and memorize the bottom card.

3) Spread the cards like a fan, and ask the spectator to take one.

4) Tell the spectator to look at the card, remember it, then place it on the top of the deck.

5) Ask the spectator to cut the deck.

Amazing Acestopper: The Ultimate Card Trick

Amazing Acestopper:  The Ultimate Card TrickEffect: The magician riffles down through a borrowed deck and tells a spectator to say stop at any point. The magician cuts off the cards above that point, turns them face up, and replaces them on the deck. Then he spreads the deck from the top until he reaches the first face down card. The magician puts this card face down on the table. He repeats this process three times. When the four card are flipped over, they are found to be all four aces!!!!!

Before the trick starts, remove the four aces and any two other cards. Make two face-up piles of two aces each. Lay one odd card on each pile. Pick up one pile of three cards, turn it face down, and lay it on the other pile. Pick up all six cards and lay them on top of the face-down deck. You're ready to present the trick.

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

The Reappearing Combo

The Reappearing Combo1. Let someone pick one card out of a deck at random.

2. Cut the deck with your right hand so that only three cards remain in your left hand. As you tell the spectator to put the card back in the deck, hold the cards in your right hand directly above the others so that he (or she) can't see clearly how many cards are in your left hand.

Was There Now It's Here

Effect: You trick the person into believing that the card you gave him (or her) is a different card.

Card Trick:

Was There Now It's HereShow a deck of 52 cards (not trick cards) and ask someone to verify that it is not a trick deck. Fan the cards and ask a person (who won't mess it up) to take a card and show it to everyone but you. Put the card second from the bottom of the deck, making sure that nobody can see the bottom card, and shuffle the cards. BE CAREFUL NOT TO SHUFFLE THE LAST TWO CARDS! Then ask the person if the bottom card is her card. Naturally she will say no. Act like "Oops, I messed it up." While you are saying or acting that, slide the bottom card toward you a little bit so that you can grab the card above it, and say "You're sure that that was not your card?" She will say yes. Then say, "OK, hold out your hand flat, palm up," and hand her her card face down. Tell her to place her other hand on top of it tightly so that the card doesn't fall. There are two ways of finishing this trick.

After Drinks

This is a GREAT trick. And it's REALLY EASY. It is "detectable," but you get away with it most of the time. If people have had a drink or two, this is an incredible trick -- they'll think you're David Copperfield or something...

After DrinksEFFECT: The audience is given two random cards. They look at them, but the magician doesn't see them. The audience inserts the cards into the deck, and without shuffling, the magician throws the deck into a chair, but somehow manages to pick up the two cards, holding them up in front of the gaping audience members.

HOW IT'S DONE: This is a trick of the mind.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Find The Card The Hard Way

Find The Card The Hard WayTo perform this trick, you need the help of four spectators. All five of you should be seated around a table. Deal five hands of five cards each, starting with the person to your left and dealing clockwise. Ask each of the spectators to look at the hand in front of him (or her), mentally pick a card and then place the hand back on the table. He should remember the card he picked but not show it to you.

No I Got It

No I Got ItEffect: Gives an effect of the card vanishing and reappearing back on top of the deck. Or being knocked through the table.

Triple Threat

Triple ThreatAsk a spectator to shuffle the cards. Take them back, saying you forgot to remove the joker, and remember the location of the 3 cards UNDER the top card. Shuffle leaving the top 4 cards on the top of the deck. Put the deck on the table and ask the spectator to cut the deck into two smaller decks. Say that you will take one deck and ask him to touch one. If he touches the top portion containing the top 4 cards, keep that deck. If he picks the other deck, remove it. In any case the spectator must get the deck containing the top 4 cards.

Instruct him to take the top card of this deck and put it in the middle. Do the same with the bottom card. Then take the top card and place it on the table. Take the second and third cards and put them down also. Reveal the cards.

Monday, December 23, 2013

Kings Robbery

Start out by telling a story of four king thieves (have the Kings separated from the rest of the deck). One day the kings decide to rob their local Famous Store. The four kings fly their helicopter to the roof and begin to devise their plans. (As you say this, place the four Kings on the top of the deck.)
Kings Robbery

The first king says, "I'll take the clothes from the first floor" (Place the King on the bottom of the deck). The next king says, "Okay, I'll rob the second floor (Place the King somewhere in the middle, but near the bottom." The third king says, "Then I'll rob the third floor (Place the King somewhere above the second, but not on top.) The fourth king says, "I'll be the lookout. If I see some police coming, I'll whistle and you should all come up to the roof."

Magical Purposes

Intro: This trick requires a force and a slight of hand. The sleight of hand is known as the "glide" and the force can be any force you like to use.

Magical PurposesThe force I use is two simple cuts, remembering the top card. Once the top card is secretly known ask the spectator to cut the deck. Take the cut part, turn it over and place it on the top of the remaining portion. Have the spectator cut the deck again, below the other cut. Turn it over and place it on top. Fan the cards to the first card back and say "this is where you cut to, so that's your card." That card is the original top card!

Step 1: Have the spectator memorize that card and place it back into the deck. Offer a shuffle to anyone watching, it doesn't matter where the card is because you already know it!

Rising Playing Card Trick

Rising Playing Card Trick
An amazingly convincing trick in which a spectators freely chosen card is first shuffled into the deck and then made to rise out of the middle of the deck by itself. This super card levitation magic trick uses no gimmicks and requires only a pack of playing cards.

Snap Vanish Card Trick

Snap Vanish Card Trick
This is an easy to perform snap vanish card trick which can be performed with a playing card or a coin. The card appears to mysteriously vanish into nowhere when you bring your hand over it.

Royal Hotel

Locate a 5 card. Arrange in piles the ACEs, KINGs, QUEENs, and JACKs. (these are the only cards you need). Make one pile, in the order shown above, so that the 4 ACEs are on top of the 4 KINGs, QUEENS-> so on...
Royal Hotel

1) Place the 5 card onto the table in front of the audience. Tell them that this card is an imaginary Hotel, and the cards in your hands are tavelers..
2) Tell the audience that the travelers need to stay in the hotel for the night...

The Motel Switch

Effect: A motel with four rooms, (use a Four of any suit.) Four Aces, four Kings, four Queens, four Jacks, come and mix in the same four rooms. When the inspector comes to check, all the Aces are in one room, the Kings in another, as are the Jacks and the Queens. Amazing, huh?
The Motel Switch1. Take out the four Aces, four Queens, four Jacks, and four Kings. You also need any Four to act as the motel, and any other one card to be the inspector. Lay the Four face up on the table.
2.) Start your story; something along the lines of: "There are four Kings who come to a motel and ask for one room. They are separated." Lay the Kings out, face up, one at each corner of the Four. Continue the story, doing the same for the Queens, Jacks, and Aces.
3.) Pick up the four piles, one on top of the other. Cut these as much as you like.
4.) Deal the cards, one to each corner of the Four, then repeat until all the cards have been dealt.
5.) As the inspector (lay the extra card onto the Four) checks that all the same people (Jacks, Queens, Kings, and Aces) are separated, they really are! 

The Hotel

The HotelDescription: A story is acted out with the cards.
1. You must have the four Queens on the top of the deck, four Jacks below the Queens, four Kings below the Jacks, and four Aces below the Kings.
2.)Deal out the Queens, face up, in four different piles, while saying, "Four girls went to a hotel. Each stayed in a different room."
3.) Deal out the Jacks onto the same four piles, while saying, "They needed their baggage, so they called up four bellboys."
4.) Deal the four Kings onto the piles, while saying, "Four desk clerks came in."
5.) Finally, deal the four Aces, while saying, "The girls panicked because they thought the clerks were burglars, so they called the police."
6.) Set the rest of the deck aside. Put the piles together. Tell one of the audience members to cut the cards.
7.) Deal the cards into four face up piles, again. Viola! They have returned to their proper places!

Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Lost Kings

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...

Fruit Loops Pop Up Card Trick

Fruit Loops Pop Up Card TrickPerformance:
Incorporated into David Blaine's "Ambitious Card" routine. A signed card is placed into the centre of the deck - with a snap of the fingers the card returns to the top.

The card is again placed into the centre of the deck, another snap of the fingers and once more the card returns to the top.

The magician now takes the end of the face-up signed card and proceeds to bend it almost double, he turns the bent card face down, cuts off the bottom half of the deck and holds the deck at eye level where the bent card can be clearly seen on top. Still holding the cards at eye level the magician places the cut portion on top of the bent card, sandwiching it at the centre.

Bottoms Up Card Trick

Bottoms Up Card Trick
Effect: A pack of cards is fanned out in front of a spectator. The magician runs his fingers around the card fan and the spectator is asked to tell him when to stop his fingers on a card. This card is shown to the audience, replaced in the pack and the pack handed back to the spectator to shuffle. The magician then reveals the card which was chosen.

ImPULSEable Card Trick


ImPULSEable Card TrickThe magician shuffles that deck and then has the spectator choose a card. The spectator remembers her card and places it back into the deck. The magician then shuffles the deck and spreads it out across the table face up. He then asks for the spectator to extend her hand and stick out her pointer. Next, he gently holds her by the wrist, getting her pulse. As he is reading her pulse, he begins guiding her hand over the face up cards on the table. After a pass or two over the cards, he singles out one card: the spectator's card!

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Best of Fives

Best of Fives
Here’s a great easy card trick for beginners and kids. In fact it’s one of the best. What I like about this trick, even though it is a variation on the old “find a spectator’s card” trick, is that it has a double climax at the end that goes far beyond your garden variety card trick for beginners.

This is why it’s one of the best card tricks around, and it’s easy enough for kids to learn and perform. This great trick that employs a spectator’s card and four aces is something of secret.

The Quick Change Card

The Quick Change Card
In this easy magic card trick, you quickly change one playing card - the wrong playing card - into the spectator's selected card. It’s a fun card revelation trick.
This one is rather artsy-crafty as you will have to create a gimmicked card that changes from one card to another. As with all of the tricks on this site, this one is easy to learn and perform and only requires simple sleight of hand.

The Thought of Card

The Thought of CardEffect: The magician riffles through a deck of cards. While he riffles he tells the spectator to think of any card he sees, not the bottom card. After he thinks of his card you lift up the top card and say you didn't think of this card. Place the card back on top and then grab the top card again. Tell the spectator to think of his card. Ask him to name is card. Flip over the card and there it is!

Get Money

Description: You're in a room with a bunch of friends and a deck of cards. You allow a friend to pick any card, then put it back in the deck. After shuffling the deck, you start turning over cards until you see your friend's. You bet everybody in the room $1, $2, $5, or whatever, that the next card you turn over is theirs. Seeing that it's already there, they greedily make the bet. You turn over the card lying on top of the face-up pile. Be sure to collect your cash.
Get Money

Poker Trial

Poker TrialEffect: A person arrested for cheating while playing poker, bribes the court members (11 jurors and 1 judge) into playing one hand of Poker. If he wins he is a free man, but if he loses he must go to jail. All jurors and the judge end up with three of a kind. The Poker player gets four of a kind. The order of cards will vary (2,3,4,ace,8 etc.), but it will always work if done correctly.
Within each suit, arrange the cards in order from 2 through Ace. Put the suits together to form the pack. The order of suits does not matter.

What's on Your Mind?

Before you start, conceal three cards in your pocket, faces inward. Have someone shuffle the deck. Take the deck back and deal the top four cards onto the table. (Since you're going to memorize the cards, make sure you don't have two of the same value.) "While I look away," you say, "I'd like you to think of one of these cards." When they're done, gather up the cards, remembering their value from top to bottom. Suppose the cards are nine, jack, three, five. Repeat this to yourself several times and place the cards, face inward, into your pocket, on top of the three already there. 
Whats on Your Mind?

Tell them to concentrate on their card. Reach into your pocket and pull out one of the three cards you originally placed there. Don't let anyone see its face.
After studying it for a moment shake your head, and place it in the middle of the deck. Do the same with the other two cards you have previously placed in your pocket. Return your hand to your pocket. Ask: What was your card? Separate the cards so you can quickly grasp whichever is named. Produce that card. You might try a repeat. After all, you still have three cards in your pocket.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Criss Cross

Criss Cross1. First, shuffle or let the spectator shuffle.

2. Go through the deck and memorize the top card (Let's say it is the ace of clubs). As an excuse for fanning through the deck, you can say that you need to remove your "unlucky card" (which can be any one except the top card).

3. Have the spectator cut the deck and place the top pile on the table.  You then pick up the bottom pile and lay it on the other pile in a criss cross manner.

4. Say something to the spectator to take his mind off what you just did, such as "You had the freedom to cut a big pile or a little pile." Make eye contact.

5. Say "O.K. Now look at your card." Point to the top card of the lower pile. You now know that the spectator's card is the ace of clubs.

6. Now you can have him shuffle or cut and then use any way of presenting his card to him.

This is an easy trick, but you'll get a great response!

Mongolian Clock

Effect: He spectator chooses a card from a "clock" made by the magician. Then the clock is put on the bottom of the deck; at this time the magician turns around while the spectator takes the same number of the hour that they picked and put that many cards on the bottom of the deck. 
Mongolian Clock

Next the magician turns back around, throws the whole deck on the table (one by one) then mixes them up on the table and finds the exact card!!!

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Easy Magic Tricks Dealing a Royal Flush

Easy Magic Tricks Dealing a Royal FlushHere's a great magic trick and the best, easy way to deal yourself a royal flush in a seeming demonstration of poker. It requires more talking and misdirection than card handling skills, but you'll look like a gambler and poker player when you learn this one. And the free and easy magic trick is great for beginners and kids. It's all in the cards.

Materials: A deck of cards.

Secret: It’s all in the preparation and how you collect and deal the cards.

Liar, Liar

Effect: You go through a deck and ask a person to tell you when to stop. You take the first card of the pile and ask them if it is their card. It is not. You do it three more times, all NOT being their card. Then you pick up one that you put down and it is magically their card.
Easy Card Tricks - Liar Liar

Card Trick:
Have a card selected and returned. Control it to the top. 
Go through a deck, making sure not to let the spectators see the faces of the cards.
When they say stop, you put that on top. Double lift the card(s) and ask if the one showing is theirs. They say no. Replace the card(s) on the deck, then take the top card and lay it on the table. You can say you're getting it out of the way. Cut the deck.
Show three more cards, each being put onto the table until you have four cards in a diamond shape. Remember to cut the deck in between each card.
Remembering the first card you put down, pick it up and say "I lied, this is your card!" Simple but fun.
Practice makes perfect, in this trick especially.

Not Your Card

1 - Shuffle the deck. Fan the cards & tell the person to pick a card and memorize it.

2 - Cut off all the cards except the three bottom cards. Hold out the pile of three cards and tell the spectator to place her (or his) card on top of them. Replace the other cards on top.
Easy Card Tricks - Not Your Card

3 - Show the bottom of the deck, saying "This isn't your card, right?" Turn down the deck, slide out the bottom card and place it face down on the table, remove the next card and place it on top of the deck.

4 - Show her the next card, saying "This isn't your card, right?" Turn down the deck and secretly slip this card toward you with your finger under the deck, while with the second finger of your other hand you slide out the next card and place it face down on top of the card on the table.  Remove the next card (the one you slipped back) & place it on top of the deck.

5 - Repeat step 3 till you have placed down 6 cards.

6- Pick up the six cards and do step 4 once and step 3 two times.

7 - Show her the bottom card, telling her "That is your card." 

Magic Riffle

Effect: Performer shuffles the deck and then riffles through it (see below.) A spectator is asked to say stop before the end of the deck is reached. The performer separates the deck at that point, shows the card to the audience (without looking) and "guesses" the card.
Easy Card Tricks - Magic Rifle

The Riffle:

Hold deck horizontally, place thumb on bottom of deck, and middle, ring, and index fingers on top of deck. Place unused hand around deck with thumb on the back of the deck (not the bottom, the back...) Pull top of deck back with top fingers and smoothly lift fingers from top of deck so the cards flip forward one by one.
The Trick:

The trick is in the initial shuffle. When you shuffle, note the bottom card. As they tell you to stop while riffling, separate the cards, but use your thumb to pull the bottom card out, along with the top half of the deck. Hold the chosen half up, facing the audience. Don't look at the card. Tell them the card that you saw when you shuffled. That is their card. When they ask you to do it again, which they will, do it without looking at the deck. That will amaze them.
This trick takes a bit of practice, but once mastered, makes an awesome sleight of hand trick.

Four Kingdoms

This card trick seems magical, but it's not. To perform, separate all of the Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks from a deck of cards. The rest of the cards will not be used. Begin the trick by telling this story of the greatest and most powerful wizard.
Easy Card Tricks - Four Kingdoms

Once upon a time there were four kingdoms. In each kingdom there was a beautiful castle. (Put down the four Aces, face-up, in a row, next to each other.)
In each castle lived a wise and just King. (Put down the four Kings: the King of spades on the Ace of spades, each of the other Kings on the Ace of the same suit.)
Each King was married to an equally wise and just Queen. (Put down the four Queens, the Queen of spades on the King of spades, etc.)

Reverse The Card

Start by putting one card face up on the bottom of a face down deck. Spread the cards like a fan, and have a card chosen and memorized by a spectator. Make sure they don't see the face up card at the bottom.
While they are looking at their card, turn the entire deck over. This will show a face down card on top of a face up deck, which will look as if the cards are all face down. Square up the deck and have the spectator put their card, face down, anywhere in the middle of the deck. Be careful not to move the top card and expose the face up cards underneath.
Easy Card Tricks - Reverse The Card

Put the cards behind your back and turn the top card back over. Bring the deck out again. Show the spectator that their card has magically turned face up in the center of a face down deck.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Order Please

A spectator cuts the deck 13 times. You deal the cards into 13 piles (as if you were playing a card game.) You turn the piles over, one by one. The cards in each pile are of the same value.
Easy Card Tricks - Order Please


Be sure you are using a full deck of cards. Before the trick, with no one else there, put all the same cards of the same suit in numerical order. You should have Diamonds in Ace through King order, Clubs in Ace through King, etc. Put the four suits together, just as they are.
Tell everyone how mysterious the number 13 is. Have a spectator cut the deck 13 times. Deal the cards into 13 piles, then turn the piles over.

Lucky 13

 The magician takes a fresh deck of cards out of the box and shuffles them to demonstrate that they are in no particular order. He deals the cards into a bunch of piles, until the deck is cleared. There are 13 piles, and when he is done each of them contains all four cards of each suit!
Easy Card Trick - Lucky 13

Card Trick:

The cards must be a fresh deck with the Jokers removed. Make sure the deck is in order like A,2,3... of each suit.
When you shuffle, you do it end over end. Actually, you are just cutting the deck every time. You must do it thirteen times. (Make sure you count it to yourself, not out loud.) Deal out thirteen cards. Once you are at thirteen go back to one and repeat. Do this until the deck is done, and you have thirteen piles of four cards each. Tap the cards, or make some other magical gesture, and flip over each pile. They are all together!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Mind Reader

This card trick is very easy but it fools alot of people.
1. Shuffle the deck or get the spectator to shuffle it.
2. Take the card on top of the deck and look at it, without letting the spectator see it, and place it, face-down, in front of him.
Mind Reader

3. Ask the spectator to pick a color: red or black.
4. (example: if the card was the Three of Hearts, a RED card.) If the spectator says black, then you say: "Well, that leaves red." If he says red, you say: "Good Choice"
5. Now you ask: "Which suit do you like better, Hearts or Diamonds?" (Remember, the card you looked at is RED.)