Four spectators each choose a card. The magician, by means of telepathy, tries to guess what each card is. He asks each participant to raise their hand as they hear the magician calling the card chosen by them.
The magician names four cards, but unfortunately none of the spectators raised their hand because his magic didn't work.
The magician pretends he doesn't feel disappointed by showing the spectators an envelope lying on a table saying they can find their four chosen cards in it.
While he is taking out the card, the spectators can see it. It is a Jumbo-size card in which are printed 52 cards. So obiviously the four chosen cards are on the jumbo card, so the spectators feel a little disappointed at this. The magician admits his mental act didn't work, so he tears up the card in front of them.
The magician pretends he is pullling all the pieces of the card together, and little by little shows to the audience that the card has been restored by magic (he shows the back of it), then he turns it over, shows the face of it, and to their surprise the audience can see that the card with the 52 cards inside has transformed into one card with only the four poker-size cards.
- Very Easy!
- Has material for 25 performances
- Has 1 extra card much more thicker with the 52 tiny cards.
- Stage, parlor, stand up magicians will benefit from this routine!