Six Shooter Magic Trick

This trick is one of those magical mind-reading schemes. It's easy to preform it, but not the smartest and toughest trick arround; still it's fun and may provide good laugh. Here's what's this trick about - More...



Place the four sixes on top of your deck of cards before you do this trick. You also need a pencil and a piece of paper. Remove the 4 top cards from the top of your deck of cards (These are the four sixes you put there before) and lay these cards face down in a pile in front of the audience.

Next step is to remove six cards from the deck and place these cards in a separate pile.
Tell the spectator that you can read minds and tell him which pile he'll choose. Write "You picked the six pile" on a piece of paper, fold it and put it right alongside the cards. Tell the spectator to choose one of the piles and then read the paper loud.

No matter which pile was chosen the note is true. One pile contains the four sixes and the other pile contains six cards. After the trick is finished put both piles on top of the deck. Do not let him see both piles of cards.

If you're new here, you may want to add Magic Trick of The Day to your Google Homepage to view fresh trick on your iGoogle each day. You can also subscribe to my RSS feed.Thanks for visiting!







 

4 Comments

  |  

Add your comment

  |  
  1. Anonymous cocodude 

    I prefer doing it with " you will pick the 3 pile". then you can put 3 cards in one pile, the three cards in another an a random amout of cards in the thrid pile.

  2. Anonymous Nick 

    Lol what a laugh though ive seen better tricks.

  3. Anonymous cz 

    that was the stupidest joke lol

  4. Anonymous Tor 

    I agree. This must be one of the worst tricks ever. It requires preparation and no skill; therefore it is not very deceiving.






Optical Illusion Of The Day widgets


Optical Illusions




 Optical Illusion Categories





Mighty Magic Tricks (c) is a website dedicated to optical illusions, magic tricks and puzzles. Mighty Tricks, Mighty Networks, Mighty Optical Illusions, mightytricks.com, mightytricks, moillusions.com, moillusions and variations are copyrighted trademark of Mighty Networks, and can not be used without written permission. All photos, pictures, videos and other shapes of art placed on this web site were submitted by individuals not connected with mightytricks.com While most of the submission are made by their original owners, some of them were probably just collected from internet. If you hold copyrights to any of the tricks posted to this website, and would like us to remove them immediately, email us and we'll be glad to do so.