There aren?t too many tricks using rubber bands but this is a really simple effect which can be performed anywhere, anytime.
A great card magic trick where the joker jumps out of the pack to locate a chosen card.
Producing a silk from thin air is one of the classic magic tricks. These instructions will teach you how to do it in easy steps.
This is one to puzzle and amuse them in your local bar. Simple to learn and no special props needed, you can perform it with just three glasses or cups.
A card trick that they will ask to see again and again. A spectator cuts the pack into four piles and without the magician even touching them the top card of each pile is revealed to be an ace.
Levitation is one of the mainstays of magic. After learning this trick you will be able to make a pen magically rise from inside a bottle.
HEADS I WIN
A great gambling or bar trick. You make a bet that your ?mark? believes they can?t lose. But you?re a magician so of course they can?t win!
Another simple to perform levitation where a matchbox lying on your hand rises up until it is vertical.
As you perform more magic you will learn that an audience just loves to see the magician fail. So some magic tricks cash in on this by making it seem that they have failed and then turning the tables on the audience making the end effect even more impressive. This is one of those and so simple to learn.
A card trick where two chosen cards amazingly reverse themselves in the deck.
Every magician needs at least one force in their repertoire and many of us use several. This is one of the easiest to learn and will form the basis of many card tricks.
If you want to impress with cards you will need to learn some flourishes. The riffle shuffle is the most used of these and well worth learning if you are serious about card magic.
This classic flourish takes the Riffle Shuffle to a new level. It will only take a little practise and will convince your audience that you are an expert card manipulator.