Cool Card Tricks
If you're looking to find some of the most awesomely cool card tricks around, then this list of tricks is bound to get you on the right track to becoming a card trick expert. There's plenty of different cool card tricks that a card player can utilize to his or her advantage, many that can create the illusion of your card vanishing or simply teleporting to another location of your choosing. But remember, the cards (and the magic) is in your hands here.
- Snap Vanish card trick. This is perhaps one of the easiest cool card tricks that one can perform. The Snap Vanish is designed to simply make the card disappear. This is done by placing one card down, slowly moving your hands in opposite directions over the card. Then, with one of your hands, snap your thumb and middle finger together directly over the card, forcing it to move from its original position. Remember, this action must be hidden by your other hand when doing so.
- Card Bounce trick. Perhaps one of the most popular cool card tricks, the Card Bounce allows your spectator to choose a card, and gives you the opportunity to hide it in some crazy place after it disappears from the main deck. This is done by taking a similar card from an identical deck and hiding it wherever you choose before hand. Show the spectator the card face down and let him put it anywhere in the deck, remove the card and put it in your pocket, then shuffle the deck and spread it out.
- Elevator Card trick. One of the best card tricks has to be the Elevator Card trick where the card that is chosen somehow returns to the top over and over again. Turn the top card of the deck face up then face down (while doing this, you will bend the card very slightly, thus marking it). Remove that card from the deck, placing it in the middle, then square the deck. Now, you must use your right hand to point the bottom of the deck upwards in a slow fashion, thus pushing the card to the very top. Once it reaches the top, simply release the card very lightly with your left thumb and middle finger.