Free Card Tricks

Card tricks are a staple part of every magician’s repertoire. These are the first tricks that aspiring magicians learn to do. You can find a vast range of free card tricks in library books and sometimes on websites that are devoted to free magic tricks. The different card tricks that you can try will range from easy to do tricks to the more complicated tricks.

By looking at these different free card tricks you will be able to see which ones you want to try out. Having chosen the different card tricks that you like, the ability of practicing these will be possible. You should contain your excitement however until you have mastered these different card tricks one at a time.

The first step to becoming perfect at performing great card tricks is to find the manuals or books that show you the various steps in the many card tricks that can be performed. With these items you will need to read and understand the steps in a trick while you are doing the trick. This actual practice session is vital as you need to see how the trick works while you are doing it.

Once you have read through the free card tricks you have chosen you can start to improve the way you present these tricks. The flair and presentation is also vital as you need to have the audiences’ attention on you and not focused on your trick. Some of the free cards tricks that many magicians use can be found on the internet.

 
 

To get these free card tricks performed well you will need to spend some time practicing not just the trick but also the art of presenting the trick. For instance one of these free card tricks involves the use of four Jack cards and three other normal cards. These seven cards are placed on the top of the card deck. The Jack cards are placed beneath the 3 normal cards.

Once you have arranged all of these cards you can start the trick. You should let the audience know the background story about the trick. You will need to present the trick in the manner of a story. In this particular card trick the four Jacks are supposed to rob a bank, which is shown as being the deck of cards- and before the police arrive the Jack cards make their grand escape.

For this trick it is vital that the audience see only what you want them to see. As you begin the trick show the Jack cards to the audience very quickly, they need to see that you are holding only four Jack cards and then place them on the deck. To make the trick work you need the audience believe that the four Jack cards are placed in random order in the card deck. You should finish the story and the trick by making it seem as if you pulled the Jacks from the top of the card deck.