The Double Dribble Control is an efficient method for having two different cards selected and then controlled to the top of the deck. It’s a great move to have up your sleeve when you have 2 spectators and want to do a trick with more than just 1 card.
Serket is an original multi packet flourish created by Katie Morris. It’s got a great rhythm and aesthetic and is sure to impress. Subscribe to Katie to see more of her incredible cardistry!
Ollie Mealing goes over an interesting sleight of hand technique that can be used as a card control and/or as a card force. This is a cheeky method, but give it a try and you will see that it totally works!
The Double Lift is one of the most important moves in card magic and is used in many card tricks. I have explored many different double lift techniques over the years, and this is my favorite. It consists of a pinky count and a two card pushover technique.
Pinky Count (optional)
The Torn and Restored Card trick is one of the most powerful effects you can perform with a pack of cards. This particular method is extremely clean, direct, and practical. Practice it well, and you will have an absolute miracle on your hands!
The idea of using a duplicate corner as a receipt in restoring the card is an old principle that has been published by numerous magicians over the years. The handling of using the box to restore the card is inspired by Jay Sankey.
This video features guest teacher Chris Ramsay sharing his original “Spread n Butter” card effect. It uses one of the most clever card switches I have come across. Practice this one well!
I’m pleased to feature Jeremy Griffith as a guest teacher on 52Kards this week. He teaches a great utility move known as the Kick Back Ditch! This is a move that allows you to secretly lap a card. This can be used to make a card vanish, change into a different card, or to just steal a desired card away from the deck.