Here we have a really cool card trick that you can learn and add to your repertoire of card tricks. It is a very simple trick where you show jokers to your audience and then magically transform them into the four aces.
This is a trick that will really captivate and enthral your audience once you learn how to perform it correctly.
It will take a little bit of practice to master this trick and we have added the tutorial from the move called an Helmsley count below. Once you learn that move you will be able to perform other tricks that use it, including the others on this site.
The video below shows the performance and the tutorial is also below in another video.
Once you have created the gimmick cards and learnt a special move you can perform it to your friends and family.
You will need the four aces and two jokers. Try to make sure the jokers are the same as you need them to look like four jokers in the beginning changing to four aces. Some jokers look different ways so try to keep them exactly the same if possible.
To create the gimmick you will need a joker and the ace of clubs. You will need to stick them back to back so the faces of each card are shown. Ace one side and joker on the other.
You will need to put a little bit of doubled sided tape to another joker. You can press the double sided tape into some cloth to take some of the tackiness away from the tape making the handling of that card easier when you perform the trick.
Once you are set up you can do the trick.
Watch the video below to see it in action and learn how to do this really simple card trick.
Here is the link to the Emsley count, which will show you how to perform this brilliant way of showing the cards you need and hiding the other cards away.
So watching the method in the video above you can see how well this trick works in front of your spectators. It is a real worker.
And has a great kicker ending;
We want to thank the teacher of this trick and you will find other performances of this young magic all over Youtube. Why not subscribe to his channel.
Remember our motto. Practice, practice and practice some more.