Whether you are having fun with your friend, spouse, family or group members, card games are known to being one of the frequent means of entertainment. Surprisingly, the development of card tricks has come along with card games. If you are a lover of card games, you are bound to learn different card tricks. Read on to find out more.
The Power of Four
This card trick is perpetrated by shuffling the deck and splitting into half. All you need to do is to look at the fourth card down in one half of the deck, but do not show to anyone other than yourself. The prediction you are going to make will be based on whatever the fourth card was in one half of the deck. That is, assuming you chose a jack of spades as the fourth card on the first half, and then you are going to predict that the fourth card you will be choosing on the second half of the deck will be a jack of spades.
Make a Prediction
Not quite too different from the “power of four” but quite complicated, illusionary, and deceptive. It requires confidence. Basically what you are just doing here is to choose a card called ‘prediction card” aside at the beginning. The prediction card then becomes a reference later. You then split the deck of cards in ways of three. Along the 3 ways the deck of cards has been split, you wow your audience by making sure that the second card you select across the 3 ways is the same as the prediction card.
This is the ideas behind ‘Make a prediction.’ It actually smacks of magical ingenuity because of the sleight of hand that it requires.
“Pick a Card, Any Card”
Simple as a card trick but tactical in execution. You control your audience to randomly pick the same card you have picked. For execution, you will need two decks of cards and one of those cards is for you while the other is for your audience. You secretly select a card and have it memorized after your respective deck of cards has been shuffled.
The card you selected is then placed into the middle of the deck. Then decks are switched and both you and your audience forage for the card you have chosen. On finding the card, it is placed on the table and turning over the card makes both selected cards the same.