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How to do a predicting card trick for your friends
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Down the street I will tell you what card is relevant, so this is how it is going to go. I am going to shuffle, shuffle the deck so that is now what I set over in here, Okay, I would ask you, tell me where to stop right now okay but see that we can, I will just randomly stop. Okay, then you tell me to stop right here on this card right here, okay then I will say it is the two of spades, the card is two of spade; do it again, shuffle again. This time I will do it behind my back, let us do it again let us see what we can do with it.
Okay so I flip the card and tell me when you like me to stop and when you say stop right there and then I say it is the nine of spades, that is the card.
Okay, to do this, only quite simple, I think this is the easiest trick ever. Okay, you always want to take a look at the very bottom card; two spade right there okay? As you shuffle you kind of want to look at the bottom card but do not make it obvious and go show with the card you know; I cannot see, I need my glasses, I think you should wear your glasses for this. Anyway, if you want to shuffle the cards, without shuffling the bottom card so the two spades, two of the very bottom will show at to giving that stuff.
Okay, let us use the eight of diamond, and shuffle without shuffling the bottom card, guess I can get it right this time, do it again and you are still there. Then you say, then you tell me, just tell me where to stop so you are going to use these four fingers to move the cards along but you got to have your thumb on the very bottom part like this.
So tell me when to stop and you stop right there then you are going to make it sound like you do not know what it is and they can laugh that you do not know. You know pull it out with your thumb and say is it the eight of diamonds and then you will let them see the diamonds, they will go freaked out, they actually get numb for this and there you go, that is the easiest trick I know.