How Play The Card Mind Reader Game
A standard deck of playing cards consists of 52 cards in total. The deck is typically divided into four suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Each suit contains 13 cards: Ace, 2 through 10, and three face cards (Jack, Queen, and King). So, there are 13 cards in each suit, making a total of 52 cards in a standard deck.
- Choose one card from the deck of 52 cards
- Click START to begin the game.
- Six sets of cards will be displayed.
- Check your chosen card is in that set.
- If you find your card select YES else NO.
- After the 6 set your card will be revealed.
- If you want to restart the game or you select the wrong choice click the RESTART to start the game again from the beginning.
- Have fun!
How to Play It With Friends
- Show a deck or card to your friend and ask him to pick or show the full deck image.
- Ask them if is there the chosen card in those each of 6 sets.
- Say ABRACADABRA and reveal the card.
- Surprise your friend with this magic trick.
Magic With Cards
Magic with cards refers to the performance of illusions, tricks, and manipulations involving a deck of playing cards. Magicians who specialize in card magic use various techniques, sleight of hand, misdirection, and psychological manipulation to create astonishing effects and deceive the audience.
These are routines where the magician performs various manipulations with the cards, such as making selected cards appear or disappear, finding a chosen card from a shuffled deck, or transforming cards into different ones.
Pick a Card - Magic Trick (Secret Revealing)
The magician asks a participant to choose a card from a shuffled deck, remember it, and then return it to the deck. After a few magical gestures, the magician reveals the chosen card, seemingly by magic.
How to Perform the Trick
Step 1: Preparation
- Take a standard deck of playing cards and shuffle them thoroughly.
- Familiarize yourself with the bottom card of the deck without revealing it to the audience. This will be your key card for later reference.
Step 2: Presentation
- Begin by holding the deck in your hand and addressing the participant or the audience.
- Announce that you will perform a card trick and ask someone to choose a card.
Step 3: Card Selection
- Hold the deck face-down and ask the participant to say "Stop" as you run your thumb along the edge of the cards.
- When they say "Stop," separate the deck into two piles, with the lower pile being slightly larger than the upper pile.
- Instruct the participant to remember the card at the face of the upper pile as their selected card.
Step 4: Return and Control
- Ask the participant to return their card to the deck, placing it on top of the lower pile.
- As they do this, subtly glimpse the bottom card of the upper pile (their selected card) and remember it.
- Control their card to the bottom of the deck by using a simple card control technique like a double undercut or a false cut. This ensures their card remains at the bottom.
Step 5: Reveal the Chosen Card
- Hold the deck face-down and perform a few magical gestures or say an incantation to build anticipation.
- Spread the cards face-down, one at a time, and ask the participant to say "Stop" when they see their card.
- As they say "Stop," stop spreading the cards and reveal the card immediately above their chosen card—the key card you memorized in Step 1.
- Act as though you have magically found their selected card.
- Practice the trick multiple times to ensure smooth execution and confidence in handling the cards.
- Use a confident and engaging presentation style to enhance the overall impact of the trick.
- Avoid exposing the key card or letting the participant see it during the trick.
Remember, the key to performing magic is practice, presentation, and misdirection. With time and experience, you can refine your techniques and create a captivating experience for your audience.