This is such a cool illusion. Trust everybody but cut the cards is a sublime effect which makes it appear that a deck of cards has vanished, leaving just four picture cards.
It is impressive, fun, and bound to leave your audiences totally amazed that anything like that could happen. Once made, you can use this illusion many times in your act. Watch your angles from behind and to the side. The best way of accomplishing this is to practice in front of a mirror so you can watch yourself perform.
It is often performed on a table but you could just perform it with your hands.
What the video below and learn the performance and how to create the gimmicks....
This trick is truly wonderful to perform.
The effect is pure class and easy to achieve. People will be impressed by your magic especially as you have made 48 cards disappear in front of their eyes!!
As you can see you will have to ruin a deck of cards to create the three gimmicks needed for this effect.
Carefully cut the cards each end so they look roughly the same length. You will use about 10-15 cards and as you use both ends you will double it, as long as you have 20 plus ends to glue you will be fine.
The next step is to glue the ends to the backs of the cards to give the impression the cards have been spread out. Do this until they are three quarters of the way down the card. Do this to all three cards and then you will be ready to practice doing the Trust everybody, but cut the cards trick.
Try different situations to get a feel for when it is best to perform this.
You are also able to incorporate this trick into other tricks.
Ultimately, it is a trick which has a big impact because you give the impression that a deck of cards has disappeared right in front of your spectators.
Practice this trick until you feel confident performing it and remember to comment below on how well the trick goes down in a performance.
Do you like the Trick? What would you do with it? Have you performed it and how well did it work? Post your comments below and let others know your thoughts