Show me some card tricks
The Royal Road to Card Magic by Jean HugardWould you like to confound your friends, amaze your acquaintances, amuse and dazzle crowds at parties and gatherings? Mastering a few card tricks will allow you to do all that and more. With the help of this book, anyone can develop a versatile repertoire of first-rate card tricks. In fact, mastery of just the first chapter will enable you to perform a half-dozen astounding and entertaining sleights of hand.
The authors, both noted authorities on magic, present complete, easy-to-understand explanations of shuffles, flourishes, the glide, the glimpse, false shuffles and cuts, the pass, the classic force, and many other techniques. These will enable card handlers to perform over 100 mind-boggling feats of card magic, including Thought Stealer, Grays Spelling Trick, Do as I Do, Now You See It, Obliging Aces, Rapid Transit, Kangaroo Card, A Tipsy Trick, and dozens of others. Illustrated with more than 120 clear line cuts that make the explanations easy to follow, this exciting introduction to card conjuring will enable even beginners to develop professional-level skill and the ability to perform tricks guaranteed to astound family and friends.
Card Tricks for Beginners
I learned how to do this simple card trick from my uncle. It's really easy to do but will still amaze the person you are showing it to. However if the person asks you to show the trick to them again DON'T!!!!! The reason for this is that they may find out how the trick works. Keep reading to find out how to do this card trick! Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.
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Learn your first card trick right here! Yep, grab a deck of cards and click the video. If you are want to get started learning amazing card tricks right away — then head to the Youtube channel. My name is Andy by the way and I have been doing card magic tricks for more than 10 years now. I am happy to see you on Cardtrickmaster.
Timothy Arends has been a practicing magician and ventriloquist for over 30 years. When I was a young kid, my uncle, who was in the Navy in World War II, did some card tricks for my brother and me perhaps he had also performed them for some of his buddies in the service. I still remember them! When I attend meetings of a local magic club, I always see something done with cards that I can't figure out! Card tricks are the most popular branch of magic performing.