Super Subtle Card Miracles: 40+ Card Tricks

Super Subtle Card Miracles: 40+ Card Tricks

In this series, Simon Lovell presents over 40 dynamic and unique, easy to perform and easy to learn card miracles! You will learn fabulous card magic that almost anyone can do with a little bit of practice. While you're uncovering the mysteries behind these card tricks, Simon also provides extra invaluable hints and tips that will astonish your audience.

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Super Subtle Card Miracles: 40+ Card Tricks
  • New York Opener

    Simon Lovell performs the color change trick, the New York Opener to kick off this series of easy to learn and easy to perform card magic and moves. A series based on the 1973 novel, Super Subtle Card Miracles by Frank Garcia.

  • Dave's Delight

    This trick allows you to take a little break. You can rely on the deck to do all the heavy lifting this time around. It'll find your spectator's card for you. A wonderful handling of the Dunbury Delusion by David Lederman with a delight surprise at the end.

  • Super Subtle Shuffle

    The ability to perform a false shuffle with an aura of effortlessness is an essential tool for all magicians at any level. This effect doesn't require a card to be chosen, yet an extraordinary amount of magic occurs right before your spectators' eyes. Inspired by Bill Simon's Full Packet Shuffle,...

  • Whimsy Aces

    This classic transformation will perplex and stun your audience as you turn your deck's four aces into completely different cards. They'll think you've exposed yourself with some poor hand placement choices, until you flip the four cards over and prove them wrong.

  • Crazy Aces

    Simon presents Frank Garcia's Crazy Aces, an impressive transformation with a bit of a modified ending. In just under seven minutes you'll learn how to transform all four aces into kings. After that initial shock, you'll wow your spectators once more by cutting to each ace in the your remaining d...

  • Speller Transition

    Do you have a great opener and closer for your routine... but something seems to be missing in the middle? You need a good transition trick to seamlessly weld the two together.

    Simon has the perfect solution for that. The Speller Transition is a predominantly self working trick and requires li...

  • Now You See 'Em

    Simon demonstrates how to make your spectator's chosen four of kind completely and mysteriously disappear from the deck. What if they want them back? All you have to do is simply snap your fingers. The four cards will reappear, face-up and in the center of the deck.

  • The Bullet Trick

    A flashy bit of close-up magic that has you create your very own card gun. You'll even be able to load your gun with a very special card bullet referred to as the big bullet. The big bullet (aka the ace of spades) will actually fire the spectator's chosen card at them.

  • F.T. Cut

    Simon reveals one of a magician's most confidential secrets to his spectators. The secret? The Frank Thompson False Cut. Simon demonstrates two ways to perform this essential trick. Both versions leave you with a deck thats order has remained unchanged.

  • Coming up in the World

    In just under six minutes, Simon will teach you two different ways to perform Wesley James' single card control, Coming up in the World. This is a multi-faceted skill that has manifold uses for the aspiring magician. Equal parts deceptive and delightful, Coming up in the World is essential learni...

  • Topsy Turvy

    Simon demonstrates two versions of Topsy Turvy. First, Simon demonstrates his version that includes a control. After, Simon will show Frank Garcia's version which was based on moves by the famous Canadian magician, Dai Vernon and Tenkai moves. Both version start with a good shuffley-wuffley, though.

  • All Backs

    This move will prove to your audience that you're a true psychic due to your uncanny ability to know the order of the deck before ever even seeing it... just its backs. Although, by the end of the trick, they'll be seeing all backs too. When you're finished, all you'll have to do is snap your fin...

  • Out of Town Kings

    Two of the kings in your deck are going to be your little helpers with this trick. They are going to lead you right to your spectator's card. If they can't find the card, however, they have a tendency to get a little blue for letting you down.

  • A Surprise Package

    In this little routine you'll find yourself creating more than one king sandwiches. These sandwiches include startling color changes, transpositions and more. Again, your four kings will lead you straight to your spectator's chosen card again and again.

  • The Miracle Worker

    Do you think you have what it takes to find three cards instead of just one? That really would be a miracle, wouldn't it? This trick has a long history. Many famous magicians have tried their hand at producing this miracle, including Michael Weber and Alex Elmsley. If you're successful, you will...

  • Instant Change

    Simon will teach you how to turn any four of a kind into a seriously lucky poker hand. Just ask your audience what their personal favorite four of kind is. Then they will watch as their favorite cards transpose right before their eyes. If their new poker hand has taken the place of their favorite...

  • Chicago Style

    Simon presents Wesley James' take on the classic Chicago Opener, the clever and delightful Chicago Style. Your spectator will be expected to freeze their chosen card within the deck. This ice out will really make the cards feel a bit blue.

  • Faro Shuffle

    If you want nothing more than to look like a real, authentic gambling expert - Simon has a foolproof solution for you. The Faro Shuffle is a very, very cunning way to appear a card expert. A little prior knowledge and skills are required, but not nearly as much as your audience will leave believi...

  • Plunger Discovery

    This trick is based around the plunger principle. Put two in and one comes out. Two kings will actually plunge out your spectator's chosen card from where it has been lost within the deck.

  • Jackrobatics

    What is your favorite part of the circus? The elephants or tigers? Or was it maybe... the clowns, unicyclists or the jugglers? If it was the acrobats, you're in luck. Simon has a trick that will allow you to control four jacks up and down a deck like a bunch of trained acrobats. The audience will...

  • Dingles Elevator

    For this trick, Simon demonstrates how to have any four chosen cards take elevator rides up and down your deck... one by one. Another delightful little routine that will require some tight work on order to be delivered successfully.

  • Camouflage

    This move was considered to be fairly top secret back when Frank Garcia published the book this series was based on, Super Subtle Card Miracles. This transposition miracle camouflages your chosen four of a kind by magically turning them into aces - hidden so well, you may never find them again.

  • King Kut

    This trick, King Kut, uses the fundamental technique known as the Braue Reversal. The Braue Reversal is a sleight that allows you to control a card to the top or bottom of the deck... flip-flopped. It uses these techniques to cut the deck to each king within the deck. After though, the kings migh...

  • Supreme Reverse

    This reversal is a simple sequence that'll be almost effortless to pick up for magicians of any caliber. The only real prior skill or knowledge you'll need to be able to execute this trick is of how to control a card to the top of your deck. In the end, the spectator's card will find its way into...