The bet is this - you have two eggs, each in a shot glass. Can you balance one egg and shotglass on top of another? Sure you can with this trick.
ShootingEggs Productions reveals how to put a coin in a bottle. It is super simple but very effective. This prop magic trick has been performed by David Blaine. You too can perform this world famous magic trick...just watch!
Looking for an easy, impressive magic trick that can be performed most anywhere? Look no further. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform the
What if I told you that you could read minds? You'd most likely think I was crazy, and you'd be right. But what I really meant is that you could make people think that you could read minds, something that's not the least bit crazy.
Want to learn a great card trick that will really fool your friends? All you need is a deck of cards to perform this cool trick! You will need one deck of cards. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks. 1. Take a deck of cards and remove all of the face cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) and Aces. Separate the cards by suit (hearts, clubs, spades, diamonds) so you have four piles. Eac...
A bar trick in which you balance a beer glass on a coin. Balance a beer glass on a coin.
The card trick in this tutorial is great for beginners and seasoned magicians alike. In the video you will learn how to present a deck of cards to two spectators and amaze them with slight of hand.
We were dumbfounded at first, too. But this jumping bean is momentum based, not larva powered. The erratic movement of these DIY foil toys is actually simple physics. Hint: there is a marble inside the aluminum foil. When the marble rolls internally to the foil's end, the foil-bean flips with the momentum. All this commotion mixed with some well coached hands makes for a magic jumping effect.
So, the in-person conversations between you and your friends has slowed down to a near halt, thanks to everyone's obsession with texting, Facebook, and over-uploading pics to Instagram—socializing at its best. It could also be that you're just not interesting enough anymore in person.
Learn a mathematically-based card trick that allows you to find any numbered card you want in the deck just by counting out the correct number of cards.
How to Disturb Reality is here to teach you some magic card tricks that you can learn directly at home. This video will hopefully inspire you to become a great magician, so if you're here to just learn card tricks and not perform them, you're here for the wrong reason!
This video demonstrates how to trick people into buying you a drink by using the three cups trick. To do the trick, you have to flip all three cups face up by flipping over two cups at the same time. The key lies in setting the cups up differently for the mark.
Check out this 6 coin puzzle bar trick from Revision3, Scam School and Brian Brushwood. Brian introduces a new diabolical coin puzzle to stump your friends.
Folding a bottle cap twice seems impossible to do. This how to video will teach you step by step instruction to make you look like the strongest guy in the bar. Use this trick to win bets or impress the ladies.
Use this rigged game to cheat your friends twice in a row! The game functions just like 31, only this time you'll always win if you follow the instructions in this video.
Check out this tutorial and learn how to perform the classic German salt game trick. In this clip, you will learn how to make salt travel from one place to another and jump around in front of a bewildered audience. In the tutorial, Losander the magician teaches you all of his tricks. Enjoy!
Wait...with only your hand? It's simple. Take a normal Bic-style lighter. Hold down the button to release butane gas into your cupped hand. Then light it.
Do you want to be a magician? Well then join Ryan Oakes and his assistant Damian as they show you a great card trick called Cutting the Deck! You will need one deck of cards, a pencil and a piece of paper. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors, so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks. 1. Preparation: Take a look at the top card of the deck (make sure it’s shuffled beforehand) and then write the name of the card on the p...
What else can you do with a deck of cards besides play games? Magic! There's nothing better for a magician's repertoire than a few great card tricks, so make sure you watch this video tutorial on how to perform the "jack's party" magic card trick. This is a lengthy trick, but it's sure to amaze and baffle anyone. To do this jack's party card trick, a little mathematics goes a long way, so don't fall asleep in math class.
A great trick that requires you have a friend with you. When your back is turned, and the "victim" chooses a coin, your buddy puts his beer where the coin is. Known as the "nine coins" bar trick.
Hello ladies and gentlemen, Greg Solomon is here today in this video tutorial to teach you how to perform the "Best Card Trick in the World". He will show for you, and perform for you what many have referred to as the best card trick there is. See the performance of this illusion! Greg will reveal to you, and explain to you how the color change card illusion is performed.
In this tutorial, we learn how to link rubber bands trick. To start, you will need to have two rubber bands. After you have these, you will count to '3' and then link the rubber bands together. This is a very simple trick to do, just hold the hands in each of your hands. Then, stretch these apart, putting your thumb on the bottom part of the top rubber band. Then, when you count to '3', you will quickly move and put your middle finger through the other rubber band, making them link together. ...
It doesn't take much skill to drink beer fast, but to chug an entire beer in one gulp is an art. Learn how to execute this bar trick by picking up a few simple techniques. Start watching and start chugging.
There is no better way to amaze people than with a vanishing act. When something tangible is there and then disappears, it is bound to blow anyone's mind.
Next time you're at a party, try this beer bottle trick out. See how to break the bottom out of a beer bottle, with just hands and water. You just fill the empty beer bottle up with cold water, hold the neck in your hand, point the bottom in a safe direction, and smash your palm against the mouth. Simple as that.
Mindfreak. Indeed. In the magic community, Criss Angel is considered a bit silly, albeit hardworking.
There are good magic tricks, and there are bad magic tricks. The host of this video tutorial might not be the most skilled magician around, but he's a pretty good judge of card tricks. Check out how to perform the quick flip card trick. With just a little sleight of hand and a little magic, your spectators will be astonished. See the reveal and explanation.
Improve your magician skills with this magic card trick video lesson. This magical tutorial will show you how to perform the color changing deck card trick. Doing the color changing deck card trick just takes a little sleight of hand and practice. See the reveal of this cool card trick.
When you finally turn the privileged age of 21 in the U.S. (or 18 in most other countries), the first thing you'll probably do is sprint to the nearest pub, order a drink, and revel in your new freedom. Congratulations, you've survived two decades on Earth, you've earned that drink.
Need a new way to impress your friends? Well, when you're out partying, show them how to break a beer bottle with you bare hands. This bar trick is sure to amaze anyone, and it relies simply on air pressure. Just keep in mind that this could be dangerous... glass will fly.
This is a video tutorial in the Magic & Parlor Tricks category where you are going to learn how to do card tricks: "Mismag822" card trick revealed. This is really easy for beginners. Ask someone to tell you a number from one to ten and count up those many cards from the deck and place them face down on a table. Now count out the same number of cards two more times and put them on the table. Then ask them to place the rest of the pack on any one of the piles. Next ask them to pick up any one o...
A wave of all it appears to take to find the selected cards in the Red and Black card trick. Of course, it takes a little set-up to create this illusion. Learn how to perform the Red and Black card trick by watching this video magic tutorial.
Here you have three logic tricks to impress people or get extra points in math class!
If you want a challenge, try this at home or anywhere. Learn to spin a book on your finger. This will make you enjoy more of your vacant time. It also helps your balancing skill developed. 1. Get a book. 2. Get your finger to the center of the gravity of the book. 3. Spin the book on your finger. 4. As the book spins, your finger gets outside of the center. 5. Try to get your finger back to the center and you can do that by moving your hand in a linear circular manner. 6. Keep practicing by s...
Watch this video to learn how to perform the four pile card trick. This tutorial will teach you a simple magic card trick in which you make the spectators card magically appear.
Learn some free magic tricks with Cameron. You can learn some of the worlds best magic tricks from Cameron Oelsen, an amateur magician who loves to share the tricks behind his tricks.
This rope trick will have your audience asking "how'd you do that?" You will need a length of think rope about 3-4 feet long and a pair of scissors. Sometimes we use materials that require adult supervision... like scissors so make sure you have friends and family around whenever you do magic tricks.
In this video, learn a cool bar trick. In it, you will see how to remove a cork from inside a bottle without breaking it.
This card trick is called Jack the Bounty Hunter. After a series of cuts, placements, and sorting, Jack the Bounty Hunter ends up adjacent to a card the spectator picked earlier in the trick. Brief synopsis of the procedure (you need to see the video for the full explanation): First, you set a Jack aside. Then you make two piles of 15 cards and set them aside. The spectator gets a pile, and you get a pile. Cards are cut. The spectator picks a card from the remainder of the deck. The spectator...
Mismag822 shows you how to perform the "best little self working" card trick. Get your mini deck of cards and count out 16 cards. Shuffle the cards out and lay them out in a grid. Select 4 cards over the deck. Then the other person selects a row and fold it over like a book. Keep folding till you have one deck. Spread out the cards 4 should be face down. The four cards that are left should be all aces.