The Card Trick that FOOLED Penn and Teller Revealed



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34 comments

  1. BOO BOO COY CAT SO MEAN YOU COPIED IZZY SIMPSONS TRICK THIS GUY IS A COPY CAT DONT SUBSCRIBE HE IS A COPY CAT BOO KNOWONE LIES COPY CATS ALSO THIS IS OR IZZY NOT THIS ACTULLY THIS IS FOR ALL ALSO DONT CORECT MY SPELLING CAUSE THATS JUST DUMB😤😑🤭

  2. I personally knew Graham Jolly as a child (family friend / my dad was his agent) and I'm pretty sure that over 40 years in the business he would have done something a little bit more elaborate than this method..

  3. I tend to agree to some extent with most of these comments about theory and ethics but remember P & T made their name revealing tricks and being the "bad boys" of magic…using the cheesy to be breezy etc…and then basically add roaches to the white bunny rabbit. Now they are revered and much more in the mainstream. This guy got a 1/2 million viewers…no small feat I think. I have not done that (yeti 😉

  4. Ok so great explanation but you overlooked one thing.

    The direction of the card spread.

    If you spread right to left you need to pick up the right packet to place onto the middle one then the left.

    If you spread left to right like I do, you do left then right.

    Easy to remember but might be tripping a few people up

  5. I plan to start a channel on Magic trick tutorials so I have been studying the way some people do them and I have noticed one thing I will NOT be doing that a lot of you guys do. Not getting to the trick! It's as if you love to hear yourselves talk. Just show the trick and then go right in to the explanation. It's very annoying. I bet a you lose a lot of people because of it. You repeat yourself a lot too. Your vids are good otherwise.

  6. when you do the trick, the 9 cards above the first joker will eventually become the bottom 9 cards. All the times you change the order will make it so that, wherever you split the card, you rearrange the top half to be below the bottom half. Let's say you split 7 (a1) cards after the 1st joker and 13 (b1) cards passed the 2nd joker. After the 2 order changes, the 7 (a1) cards will be below the rest of the 11 (a2) cards, (2nd joker was 18 cards passed 1st joker, 18 – 7 = 11), the 13 (b1) cards will be after the 12 (b2), (25 cards after 2nd joker, 25 – 13 = 12). The final ordering of the cards always being 11 (a2), 7 (a1), 12 (b2), 13 (b1), 9 where a1 + a2 is always 18, b1 + b2 is always 25 (18 + 25 = 43) and the top 9 cards always end up on the bottom.

  7. That was so bad.

    1. that was the first video suggested for a reveal of richard turners trick. Why? That was someone else

    2. your false cuts in the beginning are the worst ones i ever saw. Why don‘t you just drop the whole deck on the table? That would be way more confusing.

  8. for those who want the math behind it:
    The original pack has (from top to bottom, packs indicated by the brackets)

    (9 cards + Joker + X cards + card A) + ( Y cards + Joker + Z cards + card B) + (Rest)

    After splitting the pack in 3, the order of the two top packs are reversed so you get (from top to bottom):
    (Y cards + Joker + Z cards + card B) + (9 cards + Joker + X cards + card A) + (Rest)
    The Jokers then split the pack in three again, and the order of the bottom two packs are reversed this time so you get (from top to bottom):
    (Y cards) + (X cards + card A + Rest) + (Z cards + card B + 9 cards)
    As there were 18 cards between the two Jokers, X +Y +1 = 18 so the position of card A is the 18th (X+Y=17).
    position of card B is above 9 cards from the bottom. As 52-9 = 43, it is in the 43rd position

    Obviously, this only works if card A is chosen between the two Jokers' positions.

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