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[flv width="480" height="290"]http://www.lessonsinmagic.com/vids/20100329/MigratingDecks.mp4[/flv]

This is a great trick to perform for 2 spectators. Requires minor prep, but is a pretty amazing looking trick and fools every time.

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[flv width="480" height="290"]http://www.lessonsinmagic.com/vids/20100329/Flash4Aces.flv[/flv]

A very cool way to produce the 4 Aces (or any other 4 of a kind you want).




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[flv width="480" height="290"]http://www.lessonsinmagic.com/vids/20100317/AmongtheDiscards.flv[/flv]

Another great fooler, where you are taking the spectators on a ride they think is going in one direction, but you lead them another direction. Quite a surprise and really can only be topped by something happening within the spectators hands.



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    [flv width="400" height="270"]http://www.lessonsinmagic.com/vids/20100317/LightningFastTriumph.flv[/flv]

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    I don’t own an iPhone, I own one of the Android phones.  I like my phone and will continue to work with the Android platform.  Nothing against iPhones, it’s just not my thing.  Anyway, there are a number of “magic tricks” available for the iPhone (or so I’ve seen), but there’s nothing similar (yet) for the Android device.  The question is, are the  worth it?
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