Use this rigged game to cheat your friends twice in a row! The game functions just like 31, only this time you'll always win if you follow the instructions in this video.
What else can you do with a deck of cards besides play games? Magic! There's nothing better for a magician's repertoire than a few great card tricks, so make sure you watch this video tutorial on how to perform the "impossible card location" magic trick. This is a lengthy trick, but it's sure to amaze and baffle anyone. To do this impossible card location card trick, a little mathematics goes a long way, so don't fall asleep in math class.
You're about to learn some incredible close-up magic tricks from Close Up Card Tricks that you can perform right away. You don't have to be a professional magician to do these card tricks, and you don't even have to practice them that much!
Things required: 1. A good pack of cards
Adrenaline0Studios from YouTube shows how to do the “Pick a Card” trick. 1. Shuffle the deck of cards.
Need a little help with your magic card skills? Check out this video tutorial to learn how to perform the "best card trick in the world" card trick.
What to be a magician, but only when it comes to card tricks? Just Flourish will help you improve your magic skills with that deck of cards. This video specifically covers how to perform the one-handed Charlier cut card trick. This basic "magic revealed" tutorial into the land of card tricks will show you just how to do the Charlier cut.
The riffle shuffle is the most basic of card shuffles, one that most card players and magicians can perform easily. False riffle shuffles, however, are difficult to perform convincingly, but essential for the effective performance of card magic or for cheating your friends at the card table. Whether you are a magician or a gambler, this trick will aide you in deceiving whoever it is you plan on deceiving for fun, profit, or both. The card trick master in this video performs the move three tim...
A tutorial for a beginner's magic trick, the 18 Cards trick. In this card trick you appear to guess someone's card out of a stack of 18.
One of the most soothing card trick videos we've seen yet, follow along and try your skill at Tenkai palming. Learn how to use the palm to vanish cards (or credit cards, when you get good enough). You might have to crank the volume all the way up on your speakers, but it's worth it.
What else can you do with a deck of cards besides play games? Magic! There's nothing better for a magician's repertoire than a few great card tricks, so make sure you watch this video tutorial on how to perform the "year game" magic card trick. This is a lengthy trick, but it's sure to amaze and baffle anyone. To do this year game card trick, a little mathematics goes a long way, so don't fall asleep in math class.
To do the Faro shuffle card trick, first divide the deck in half. With practice you should be able to accurately make an even division. Hold your left hand underneath the deck and your right hand on top of the deck. Use the two halves to square up the deck. Go in on an angle, intertwining the cards. Make them meet on the bottom and apply a little bit of pressure to them. They will naturally intertwine. Spread out the cards on a table in two columns to check your shuffling technique. You can a...
For this tutorial we are picking three Aces because they are the easiest to remember. Make 4 piles of cards. First pile is ten cards. Second pile is 15 cards. Third pile is 15 cards. The last pile will be 9. Take the Ace of Spades (the example card),put it on one pile and put any number of cards on top. Take the Ace of Hearts (another example card), put it on the second pile and put any number of cards on top. Take the last Ace put it on top and put the last pile on top of that one. Stack the...
This is an instructional video on how to perform card shuffles that allow you to place particular cards at the top or bottom of the deck and how to keep them that way. False shuffles, such as the riffle shuffle and Hindu shuffle, are important for card magicians to create the illusion of shuffling cards, without losing track of a desired card or cards. Watch this video magic tutorial and learn how to do basic false and riffle shuffles for card tricks.
Learn the Burn Out card magic trick.
You know that guy who does the cheesy card trick to get the attention of all the girls at the party? Well, we kinda hate that guy don't we? But, if we could be that guy, it might not be so bad.
Learn to perform the Think of a Card magic trick.
Check out this crazy kid from the Netherlands as he tries to teach you a bit of magic... called Dutch Magic!
Learn a mathematically-based card trick that allows you to find any numbered card you want in the deck just by counting out the correct number of cards.
Cheating in poker is usually frowned upon; however, this video shows you the best way to do it! Dealing yourself pre-arranged cards from the bottom of the deck is the easiest way to accomplish this. Dealing fast conceals the movement. Next we are shown a trick. Place the four aces on the top of the deck and the four kings on the bottom. Then by arranging the cards in the correct order and appearing to cut the deck, you deal yourself a lot of aces. The other players won't be able to notice you...
In order to perform the Four Kings magic card trick, you will need to begin with the set up. Remove the four kings for the deck. Place the four kings on top of the deck. When they pick a card, force your king as their card. Make it look like you are pushing their card into the center of the deck, instead, put it at the bottom of the break: i.e. underneath the 3 other kings. Show them the top four cards and show them that one of the cards is theirs, but peel off 7 cards, showing them their kin...
In this video tutorial, we learn how to perform an impressive ACAAN card trick using two decks and the Si Stebbins stack method. For more information about the trick and its execution, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started incorporating this trick into your own routines, watch this free video card magic lesson.
Aspiring card tricksters! Learn how to put tricks in your bag of tricks with help from this tutorial. Get started performing with cards with help from this lesson on how to perform a beginner's card trick.
First of all you need two different types of playing cards. You can take the blue and the red color cards. Spread these cards on the table facing downwards. Now mix them together randomly. Again mix them as thoroughly as you can on the table. Now pick out a red color card of your choice from anywhere on the table. Now again mix the cards thoroughly on the table. Now pick up any blue card of your choice anywhere from the table. Now ask the audience ‚Äúwhat probability is that of picking the sa...
Lots of people love magic, and most of those people like card tricks, so why not learn a few? Whether you're a magician or not, you can still impress your friends with a few card tricks up your sleeve.
This card trick is called Jack the Bounty Hunter. After a series of cuts, placements, and sorting, Jack the Bounty Hunter ends up adjacent to a card the spectator picked earlier in the trick. Brief synopsis of the procedure (you need to see the video for the full explanation): First, you set a Jack aside. Then you make two piles of 15 cards and set them aside. The spectator gets a pile, and you get a pile. Cards are cut. The spectator picks a card from the remainder of the deck. The spectator...
Learn the Sense of Touch card magic trick in which you can guess any card just by touching and holding it.
How to Disturb Reality is here to teach you some magic card tricks that you can learn directly at home. This video will hopefully inspire you to become a great magician, so if you're here to just learn card tricks and not perform them, you're here for the wrong reason!
This video shows the reveal of a great beginner card trick, called the Alternate trick. It's an easy and impressive one to learn. MrStuckyJ's performance and tutorial of this card trick are here.
Got a deck of standard playing cards? Looking for your next great illusion? Look no further. In this free video magic lesson, you'll learn how perform the "Joker Sandwich" card trick. For more information, including a step-by-step breakdown of the trick, and to get started impressing your friends and family, watch this prestidigitator's guide.
Aspiring card shark? Sink your pearly whites into this easy, impressive illusion. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform the "box switch" card trick using simple sleight of hand. For more information, including a step-by-step breakdown of the trick, watch this prestidigitator's guide.
Aspiring card shark? Sink your pearly whites into this easy, impressive illusion. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform the "cull maneuver" card trick using simple sleight of hand. For more information, including a step-by-step breakdown of the trick, watch this prestidigitator's guide.
This is a very simple trick which makes it appear that a card has changed instantly.
Are you a magician on a budget? Impressive feats of magic don't require an assistant to saw in half, or even a rabbit to pull out of a hat. You need only the slightest sleight-of-hand to perform this impressive magic staple.
Make a card "pop" to the top after creasing it and putting it in the middle of the deck. When you release your grip, it pops back to the top.
The goal of this video tutorial is to teach you how to perform the magic card trick "fire and ice". This instructional is to help anyone wanting to be a magician, helping you understand technique and presentation of simple but effective illusions. These card tricks are pretty easy, but with time, practice and patience you will be able to amaze your friends and your family. Learn the fire and ice magic card trick, just like David Blaine and Chris Angel!
Enhance your visual skills and demonstrate your manual dexterity as a magician by incorporating the "Synapse" card fluorish by Ayres into your repertoire. Playing card fluorishes are typically performed as part of larger magic performances and can also be shown on their own as individual exhibitions of skill.
Mastering the Farrow Shuffle will make you look like a Vegas pro. Watch this video to learn how to farrow shuffle a deck of cards.
Quick and simple technique to soap a deck of cards. Use any deck of cards. Use a bar of cashmere bouquet soap. Make an x mark on the back of EACH card using the soap. Shuffle several times in different directions and spring the cards to spread the soap better. Lay all the cards in the table to check smoothness. Try this easy approach to soap a deck of cards and see how smooth you can use the cards. Find other tips at Gary Ouellet's book, "Close Up Illusions".
In order to perform a prediction card trick, you will need the following: a deck of cards, the box the cards came in, a pen or a pencil, and paper.