Dai Vernon's Think Of A Card: The Closest Thing To Real Magic. Performance And Tutorial!



Credit To This Trick (Dai Vernon – Inner Secrets Of Card Magic): https://www.amazon.com/Vernons-Inner-Secrets-Card-Magic/dp/B000J40REQ

Deck I Used (Red National Playing Cards – Theory11): https://www.amazon.com/theory11-NATIONAL-National-Playing-Cards/dp/B075MT636X

Timestamps For Each Numbered Outcome In The Tutorial!
1: 10:34
2: 11:21
3: 11:50
4: 12:16
5: 12:43
6: 13:06
7: 13:31
8: 14:00
9: 14:42
10: 15:06
11: 15:26
12: 16:13
13: 16:41

Hey everyone! This trick is a super awesome take on the multiple outs principle. In other words, you can honestly only perform this trick to somebody once, but it leaves them with the impression that you are a TOTAL GOD!! Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe!

Tags: #magic #cardtricks #thinkofacard

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1. Find a performance of a trick on YouTube that you would like to see on my channel, or even film yourself performing the trick and upload it to YouTube.

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3. Comment in the page: (whatever you want to say really… like “please teach this!” Or “I would love it if you revealed this!” Something like that.) Then PASTE the link to the performance in your comment.

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50 comments

  1. That's a really cool trick. It sounded complicated at the beginning, then got less complicated during the explanation, and then it got completely uncomplicated when you reviewed and showed us where all the cards were in the stack. It looks like real mentalism since, like you said, there's no way you could know the number or the card they were thinking of. Great job. I'm subscribing to your channel just based on this one tutorial.

  2. Add in some patter before and during the trick before they pick the number. Words like floor, door, score, etc, anything you can do to program their brain to think "four". Even if it only makes it one out of 12 instead of one of 13 it's worth the effort. For multiple outcome tricks I always have a preferred ending and try to influence them to that some way.

  3. That's a cool trick. Once you understand where each card is, there isn't much to memorize, really just the set-up. Shuffle, make 4th card a 2, have them select. Behind back: flip the 4th (2) card, add 3 more, bury those 7 cards, reverse count next 3 cards from top and place so 8th card on bottom (? have to figure out, oh, got it), leaving 11th card on top, followed by cards 12 and 13. Cards 1-7 will be near 2 or the 2, cards 8-10 on/near bottom, cards 11-13 on/near top.

  4. i was thinking and I came up with the idea (i dont know if it has already been done) that you could do this trick but with two people, one guy will choose a number between 1-7 and the other guy will choose a number between 8-13, thus the first guy will always get a card from the middle of the deck and the other guy will get a card from the beginning or end of the deck creating a more impactful reaction, or so i think…

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