The Magician removes three aces from a deck of cards. A Spectator selects a card from the same deck. The Magician places the selected card with the three aces, face-down, between the bottom two. He shows the top card. It is an ace. He snaps his fingers and changes the top card into the selection card. Learn how to perform this card effect.
The Magician places a card deck on the table. A Spectator thinks of a card. The Magician picks up the deck and turns away. He tells the Spectator that he is going to reverse one of the cards in the deck. He turns back and asks the Spectator to announce her selection. When she does, the Magician spreads the deck, showing that the chosen card is reversed in the deck. Learn to perform this effect.
The Spectator makes a selection from a pack of red-backed playing cards. The Magician turns that card over while it is still in the deck. He changes it from red- to blue-backed and does the same with another card. Then the whole deck changes to blue-backed cards. Learn how to perform this card effect.
The Magician shows all four deuces, demonstrates some tricky sleight-of-hand, then changes the deuces to the first four cards of a royal flush in spades. The Spectator selects a final card from the deck. The Magician shows it to be an ace, but not the right ace. It is changed to the ace of spades, completing the perfect poker hand. Learn how to perform this card effect.
The Magician shows four jacks and two jokers. He puts the red jacks to his right and the black ones to his left. The cards magically change places. The Magician shows the cards once more and again they change. Finally the Magician causes a red-backed joker to turn blue and then back to red. Learn how to perform this effect.
The Magician walks a silver dollar across his fingers and sets it on the table in front of him. A second silver dollar appears from nowhere and is likewise walked across his fingers and placed on the first coin. He picks up the two coins and tosses them into his left hand. That hand is opened and a third coin appears.... There is more to this coin effect. Learn how to perform it.
The Spectator makes a selection from a pack of blue-backed playing cards. The Magician turns that card over while it is still in the deck. He changes it from blue- to red-backed and does the same with another card. Then the whole deck changes to red-backed cards. Learn how to perform this card effect.
The Magician, while seated, places three coins on his left leg. The coins magically jump, one at a time, from that leg to the other one. He then places the three coins in the Spectator’s hand and closes it. He reaches into her hand with his fingertips and removes a coin and makes it vanish. The Spectator opens her hand to find that the missing coin has returned. Learn how to perform this effect.
The Magician shows four cards: an Ace and three jokers. He mixes up the cards and then makes the Ace jump from the middle to the top of the pack. He places the cards in the Spectator’s hands and then makes the Ace jump back to the middle without touching them. Learn how to perform this card effect.