To levitate a playing card, glue three folded strips of a playing card between two more cards. Place the gimmick card on top of a deck, and release the top card to complete the trick. More »

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To levitate small objects, such as a pencil, a playing card or a coin, attach one end of a piece of thread to the top of the object, attach the other end to a button on your clothing, and tighten the thread that is attac... More »

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Some easy card tricks include floating and spinning a playing card in midair, levitating or floating a playing card, the magnetic hand and the spelling card trick. Some other easy card tricks are the reversed card, mind ... More »

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The Hand and Foot card game follows a specific set of rules that includes the playing of both a "hand" pile of cards and a "foot" pile of cards. Once the hand pile is used, the foot pile comes into play. The object of th... More »

Klondike solitaire is played with a single deck of standard playing cards. The goal of the game is to build "foundations" of ascending values of the four suits of cards, with Ace being lowest value and King being the hig... More »

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Card games playable with a 40-card deck of Spanish playing cards include Tute, Escoba, Cuarenta, Pocha and Conquian, an ancestor of all rummy games. Card games playable with a 48-card deck of Spanish playing cards includ... More »

Most card tricks are either illusions or sleight of hand, so performing these tricks is often a case of learning how to fool the audience through misdirection or suggestion while memorizing the necessary steps and action... More »

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