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The Ninja Aces - Ace Magician #3
Tom Crone - Magician
The young wizard will cause the face-up Ninja Aces aces to disappear one at a time from on top of the deck, only to surprisingly and amazingly find three previously spectator selected cards that were earlier buried in the pack.
Students will learn two easy card management techniques that are valuable for performing many other card tricks. The first skill is an easy false shuffle that will bring selected cards that are pushed into the middle of the deck to the top of the pack. Second is a simple mechanical deck control known as a "little finger break". It's easy to do and is used in innumerable other card routines. Some of the greatest card magicians and teachers consider this an essential skill. I will first...
Students will learn to do a little finger break and a simple false shuffle (perhaps two).They will learn the use of performance presentation to make a trick more than just a fooler, and into an fun and amazing journey. Goes great with other Ace tricks I teach.
The student will need a deck of cards in good condition. For smaller hands, "Bridge" size cards are preferred over "Poker" size. Because it can often be difficult to pick individual cards up from a flat, smooth surface, like a tabletop, you may want to consider looking online at close-up mats. There are also home substitutes, like thin towels, or such.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
The magic classes I teach are for close-up magic with cards, coins, everyday objects and some special magic objects, too. I also include the very special and important "inner secrets" of magic. Misdirection, creating mystery and surprise, using...
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