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Learn how perform a cool card trick using the Queens and Kings in your card deck.
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Alright, for this trick you are going to need a full pack of cards and that is the pack of cards I have right here. We are going to actually only use four cards from this pack. What I am going to do is I am going to show you the King of Hearts and the Queen of Hearts. I usually say, “Sir, in this story, you can be the King of Hearts and man; you can be the Queen of Hearts.”
I take the King and the Queen of Hearts, and I place them down on the table just like that. What I will do now is I am going to show you the other two cards we are using. We are using the King of Spades and the Queen of Spades. The King of Spades and the Queen of Spades do not represent people, they actually represent problems in people’s lives—loss of job, death in the family. What I am going to do is separate the King of Hearts and the Queen of Hearts. I am going to place the King of Spades with the King of Hearts and the Queen of Spades with the Queen of Hearts.
And you are going to actually see something pretty cool happen. The King and the Queen of Hearts come back together. Now it is actually impossible to separate the King and the Queen. The Queen, no matter how far you put away from the King actually comes back together just like that. And if you do believe in true love, you are an Ace in my book. One, two, three, four.