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If you have a deck of playing cards, and are completely new to card What's good about it: The strength of this trick is that it has a fun story to.


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I am the dude that made the "world's greatest card trick" tutorial last summer. The cards that should be on the top of the deck are these: I made a whole instructable on how to do this that goes into greater detail, but in a nutshell, here is.


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a story with a twist! While enjoying some beers at the pub with his friends, Dave Duggan entertains them with a complicated card trick that uses the entire deck!


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He put a deck of cards in his back pocket, then asked my fiancée to pick two suits, then to pick her (Psychics are a whole different story.


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or a reasonable facsimile of this story, prior to handling the cards: cheating and that he is going to deal this hand with a new deck of cards.” a kind). 3. Repeat step 2 for players two through six, revealing that they all also have full houses.


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or a reasonable facsimile of this story, prior to handling the cards: cheating and that he is going to deal this hand with a new deck of cards.” a kind). 3. Repeat step 2 for players two through six, revealing that they all also have full houses.


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I am the dude that made the "world's greatest card trick" tutorial last summer. The cards that should be on the top of the deck are these: I made a whole instructable on how to do this that goes into greater detail, but in a nutshell, here is.


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In this easy card magic trick, the spectator separates a deck of cards into four piles, mixes them a bit, and at the end, discovers that there's an ace on top of each.


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Pick any number up to 52, and I will produce the queen of hearts from my back pocket in exactly that number of tries. So we reject 1 and we're left with magic as the only explanation. We applauded him. Got it?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} ESP, say. So 2 has to be true. Clearly propositions 1 and 2 cannot simultaneously be true assuming he didn't memorize the position of every card before placing the deck in his pocket. Chances are better that members of each respective gender will home in on each of these respective cards. Therefore, 1 cannot be true. If they are forced to their weakest trick, then the result will seem less impressive, but the audience will still be pleased. Maybe we rejected the wrong proposition. My mom's friend mentioned that if he performs the trick with a female participant, the relevant card is always the queen of hearts. But no one in our society seems to really believe that card trick performing magicians use ESP. So the dilettante magician pulled one card after another out of his back pocket, until impatience set in, then he pulled most of the deck out of his pocket, counting out the cards. The relevant card was chosen before the magician put the deck in his pocket, and moreover he knew where in the deck it was. Oh, and don't forget to buy a signed copy of the autobiography at the merch table on your way out! It's easy to find the queen of hearts in your back pocket if you know ahead of time that that is the card you'll be looking for and if you put it on the top of the deck. So if ESP is out, then how did my mother's friend find the queen of hearts in his back pocket on the 51st pull? They might let the participant cut the deck, but again, they'd put the queen of hearts on bottom. No, the feats of psychics must work similarly to those of card trick magicians. At 51, he pulled out the queen of hearts. Due to the contradiction, you reject the explanatory proposition. If they realize they can't pull it off, they try for an easier one. Is the audience always faced with a set of contradictory propositions, one of which they must reject? To me the interesting question now is, do all magic tricks turn on this kind of contradiction? They start off by trying to do a hard one, one that the percentages say they are unlikely to pull off. But now, given everything you know about the immediate context and the world, the magician should not be able to do what he did. She picked the two of hearts, and he said, 'That leaves the queen of hearts as the unnamed card. Masters of sleight of hand, they'd be sure to keep the queen of hearts on top or on bottom the whole time. How could he have done it? Lots of people in our contemporary society seem happy to believe in the paranormal abilities of psychics. Everyone in attendance saw the relevant card get named. So we have to jettison one of them. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Fair warning, this post will reveal how the card trick works. The trick wasn't in magically, via a sixth sense, finding the queen of hearts in his back pocket on the 51st pull. The audience rejects 1 , but they also know that 1 is the only non-magical explanation of how a human being can pull a specific card out of his back pocket at a specific point in a sequence. Let's reject 2 , and leave 1 intact. It might seem obvious to the reader. But some reflection revealed the answer. The magician was able to know, in an extrasensory way, where the queen of hearts was in the deck. But if some people really do have such powers, why isn't there any scientific documentation of it? Psychics are a whole different story. At about 40, he exhausted the ones in his hand and went back to his pocket. The trick seems to be in getting the audience to reject the explanatory proposition, but that proposition can never be completely rejected. He had to ask her to pick a second run of five cards. It happened after the deck was in his pocket. To reject the proposition that will force them to posit magic in order to explain the result? Before putting the deck in their pocket, they'd shuffle it up a bit. But how? And is the magician's job simply to convince the audience to reject the wrong proposition? But we also know that the participant from the audience chose the relevant card after the magician put the deck in his pocket. The conclusion of the trick is a physical impossibility. The answer got me thinking about magic tricks: Do they all turn on some kind of logical contradiction? We've rejected one of the contradiction-creating propositions, but what we're left with is an unexplainable result…unless of course you believe in magic. Even so, the result is impressive. The magician makes you believe a proposition that contradicts another proposition that would explain the trick. It would seem that the only way for a person to avoid producing the relevant card until they reached the randomly chosen number would be to know where the relevant card was in the deck before placing the deck in their pocket. The magician was able to find the relevant card in some other way. I imagine professional magicians could spice this trick up a little more. Then when she chose the two of hearts, he had to resort to making the unnamed card the chosen one, which is a pretty fishy way of having a participant choose a card! Since the audience doesn't believe in magic, they know they've been tricked but they don't know how. It's this question that produces wonder in the audience. Some sort of paranormal intuition. Perhaps we have seen too many card tricks explained, or performed badly by friends. If that fails, they move to an even easier one and so on, until one works. If it's a male participant, it's always the ace of spades. Or maybe the queen of hearts is already in their pocket, and they just keep track of where it is when they stick the deck in there.