The Matrix Secret
Easy Coin Magic: 60+ Effects To Choose From • 3m 47s
There are limitless ways to pull your audience into this trick. You can tell the story about a family of magicians who can transport to different cities. At the beginning of the year, they were all spread out across the country. After some big news, the father magician tells his wife and kids to meet him under the Brooklyn Bridge or any location you like. One by one, they each instantly relocate into the city where the father told them to meet. Use any story that fits the mood of your overall routine. It can be funny or mysterious in tone depending on the atmosphere you’d like to create.
What you will need: four regular playing cards, and four coins. Quarters or half-dollars are the easiest to grip under the cards. Arrange the four coins in a square shape and you’re ready to get started.
Ben Salinas has so many more techniques to teach you. Check out these similar courses that have card tricks sure to wow your audience: “Legends with Cards,” “Card Trick Stunts,” and “Expert at the Card Table.”
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