Are you amazed by card disappearing acts, mind reading card tricks and other magic wonders you see with just a deck of playing cards? This is one of four books in a series that reveal card tricks according to experience, so you can learn easy amateur tricks through to advanced tricks.
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Always practice every day for at least an hour to master these tricks. If you are recording your act (even a cell phone is suitable) or trying it out on someone, be sure to have no mirrors around you, and remember you must appear very confident in what you do, unless you want an edge of comedy in your act.
Ask friends or family to watch you intently while doing your card tricks, then ask for their feedback, and master one trick at a time before learning a new one. Anywhere you go, make it a habit to bring a pack of playing cards with you and anything else required, like coins for example, to practice tricks on strangers or work colleagues. You'll be life and soul of any party or event when you take out a pack of playing cards!