Perfect Ten Magic Card Trick
The spectator freely cuts and shuffles the deck. However, no card can hide from you !! Magic tutorial video on this page, lets you learn this cool street magic card trick. This magician card trick is a real reputation maker.
The spectator is given complete control of the pack of cards and is allowed to cut and shuffle as much as they like before handing over the deck. This gives The Perfect Ten an even more powerful effect.
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Performance: Your spectator is handed the pack of cards to shuffle and cut as much as they like.
The deck is then handed back to you, the magician.
You proceed to further mix the deck by dealing cards from the top to the bottom of the deck.
Three cards are then dealt face up on the table. Depending on the value of the face up cards, more cards are dealt face up on each pile to make up the value of each pile add up to ten.
* Please note that Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces should all be given a value of 10 when counting values of cards in the three piles. *
You, the card magician, can now make a stunning prediction of the card hidden in the remainder of the deck thats position matches the total of the three face up cards.
Watch the performance and learn the cool secret shown in the magic instruction video above.
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Tips: This card conjuring trick can have an amazing effect on your audience as they seemingly had complete control of the order of the cards. This street magic type trick can be enhanced a lot by some entertaining chat by the magician.
The basic idea behind the throw is that you hold two cards in your right hand and one card in your left. You toss the lower right hand card onto the table, then the left hand card, and then the remaining right hand card. The thing is, when you are ready to spring the trap, instead of tossing the lower card, you toss the upper card first.