Tired of the rubber band catching the back of your hand and leaving you with a welt? Well, okay, maybe they were made to "hold stuff in place," but come on. Made Recently. This is an easy trick that makes it look like you're moving a coin from your left hand to your right, and then making it disappear in your right hand. Move your left index finger over the corner of the rubber band from your right thumb.
Do the "appearing aces" trick. Whatever pops into your mind, you're going with. Guess a magic number. Use the rubber band to wipe excess paint off your brush. All you need are some tricks up your sleeves, and an audience to perform for.
The best pants will hide your heels, but keep the toes and center of your feet visible. For this trick, you have to place the card in your hand, snap it, and make the card in the hand appear to have disappeared.
Where'd the coin go? Move one arm over the other, still with both thumbs pointed downward.
This trick is pretty simple but it can take a little while to master. They all sound the same but sometimes you're going to need them to perform very different parts. Make the audience sit on the edge of their seats. This simple trick requires you to first hold a pencil by its edges with both of your hands and then make it look like it has disappeared into thin air.
All you need for this trick is a pencil and to wear a loose, long-sleeved shirt. It's often just simple sleight of hand and misdirection techniques they're using to fool their audiences. Send out at least two or three people in the audience to bring back the assistant. Thanks for letting us know.
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Have the audience member reach into the hat to pull out any scrap.