Among the many card magic tricks that we have explained in our library of easy tricks, here are my favorites, along with instructions for what I consider to be the very best and greatest for beginners and kids. With these card magic tricks, beginners and kids will be quickly performing magic.
I've looked at a lot of easy card tricks and I think that this one is the best. I've never seen it published anywhere, but I learned it when I was about nine. I've showed and taught this one to lots of beginners and it never fails to impress. I hope that you have fun with it.
Among card magic tricks, this one is among the finest. You can use any deck of cards, just as long as it has all of its cards, and this one is baffling as well as easy to learn and perform. What makes this trick stand apart from other easy card magic tricks is that the handling on the part of the magician is minimal, and the spectator practically finds the card himself.
Here's a great easy card magic trick that's based on the Monte. You show three cards and ask spectators to remember the middle card. You slowly remove the middle card and lay it face down onto the table. When you turn the card over, it's a different card. This one is easy to learn and perform so it's great for kids and beginners. And best of all, it's quite baffling.
Here's an easy magic trick with playing cards. A spectator chooses a card from several that you display in your hand. Afterwards, you show the spectator that the card that they chose was the only one that was different - in this case, the only red-backed card in a bunch of blue-backed cards.This one is quite sneaky and the secret lies in the calculated way that you display the cards.
In this excellent beginner's trick, you not only find the spectator's selected card, but somehow locate the four aces. There's a reason why it's one of the best, it's an easy magic trick with playing cards that packs a double whammy - two revelations. In fact, I think that this is one of the best easy magic tricks with playing cards for kids and beginners.
"Do As I Do" is a great easy card trick that offers lots of audience interaction, can be performed at any time that you have two decks of cards, has lots of opportunities for comedy and the ending is surprising with an inherent build-up. And once the trick is over, the secret is long gone. There is nothing for spectators to find.
In this easy card trick, you mysteriously locate four aces from a shuffled deck. This one is easy to perform. All you need is a deck of cards and a jacket that has an inner pocket.
Two effects in our library of easy tricks: "The Good Guess" and "Simple Monte" are "gotcha" effects. You show a spectator some cards and remove one, and the spectator tries to guess what's left and is always wrong. This trick uses the secret from either "The Good Guess" or "Simple Monte" to make a card appear to travel from one place to another.
A classic in magic, this easy trick requires no difficult moves-you just have to keep track of where things are going. 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 pile. All you need is a deck of cards, an easy setup and the secret, and you’re ready to go.
In this easy card trick, you quickly find a card that a spectator has cut to. The spectator can mix the cards and freely cuts the deck to a selected card. The deck is not a trick one and you do not touch the deck until the revelation at the end.