Card trick with story about a king and queen
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This is an excellent utility useful for all sorts of mentalism effects when you want to guess cards in a magic routine. The 4 queens are laid out on the table face down; three in one line and the 4th below the top line. To each queen 3 red cards are added. These cards are between 1 to 10; no jacks or kin In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the "Jacks would be Queens" card trick. This trick begins with a story of 4 jacks who all want to become women. The magician begins with 4 identical jack of diamonds.
The magician shuffles the deck and takes the top thirteen cards., The card tricks on this page don't require any sleight-of-hand, so it's easy for anyone to learn and perform them. Some of the tricks on Page Two require a bit of sleight-of-hand, but they're not difficult to do with a little practice.
To perform, separate all of the Aces, Kings, Queens and Jacks from a deck of cards. The rest of the cards will not be used. Begin the trick by telling this story of the greatest and most powerful wizard. Once upon a time there were four kingdoms. In each kingdom there was a beautiful castle.
Effect: This trick is a great crowd pleaser and will get a lot of recognition for its seemingly magical effects. Basically, you separate four sets of cards and magically bring them back together!! Take out the Kings, Queens, Jacks, and Aces. Tell your audience that there is a story that goes along with this trick. This will keep their attention. Begin the story, "The jacks were having a party [Deal the four Jacks face up in four separate piles] and they invited their friends the Kings. Pick up the four piles, one on top of the other.