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Anyone who is excited by learning card tricks Master Magician, Sal Piacente, wants you to build your card handling skills like a boss. High-roller casinos have hired him to catch card shark cheaters trying to bring down the house. He’s been waiting for more apprentices to develop. And here you are, right on time. These routines separate the amateurs from the pros. One you start learning these techniques, you’ll become a card expert, too. Get started with these mesmerizing performances: “Paint Poker” and “Rollover Aces.” Find your favorite deck of cards and dive in!
Rob Stiff introduces Sal Piacente, a true expert in card magic and one of the world's most authorities in the gaming industry. In this series, Sal will breakdown some of his most renowned and astonishing routines. These routines have gained Sal his fame in the inner circles of card magic and will...
Sal performs his rendition of Steve Forte's Ace Cutting routine. He'll teach you how you too can learn to effortlessly cut repeatedly cut your deck to reveal all four aces, even after repeated shuffles.
Sal introduces his twist on the classic Marlo Opener. What makes his version of this older move unique? It incorporates new principles and techniques like memorization. This powerful opener will never let you down.
In this second Ace Cutting routine, there are no crimps for the audience to see. So, not only can they examine the deck all they want, they can even shuffle it themselves. This ability for the audience to be hands-on takes the Ace Cutting routine to the next level.
This routine draws its name from the cards used. In poker, the court cards, i.e. kings, queens, jacks, are referred to as the paint. So, it means all the high cards in a deck... which is exactly all you'll be using to perform it.
This next routine is more of a gambler's move. It's less a magic trick and more a display of skill. You'll be setting up hands as you shuffle the cards... and you'll be using this move for a long time to come.
This next trick is a great follow-up for the 4, 5, 6 Packet Trick. They work, hand and hand with each other... both equally baffling. Your spectator will pull out a poker hand, take note of the highest card in the bunch and return them to the deck. After a good shuffling or two, you'll be able to...