Too many people want to learn magic card tricks and become true professionals. To start learning the art of card tricks best with the simplest of tricks, which however is also quite effective and will help to develop memory, attention, reaction and ability to distract the attention of the audience. All these are the qualities of anyone who decides to master the ability to show a card trick.

The simplest tricks of developing memory and attention

The easiest trick, which is to begin training allows you to learn to divert the attention of the viewer. To show it does not require special dexterity, you only need a deck of cards. The magician invites the viewer to choose any of his "magic" deck for any card and put it on top of the deck. After that, a young magician, still maintain a casual conversation with the audience, looking directly at him, takes the deck in his hands, puts them behind his back and quickly turns over the top card. Then the deck goes on an outstretched arm, the viewer is shown her from the bottom of the question, whether the suit of the bottom card. In this case the inverted chosen card is looking directly at the magician. Regardless of the decision, the deck is again moving back. The selected card, which the actor has managed to remember, flipped to its original position. Knowing the card, the magician gives the deck to the spectator with the request as thoroughly as possible to mix and confidently begins to search for the selected card. At this stage, in search of the right cards you can turn imagination and train in the techniques of verbal influence on the viewer.

The following simple trick requires only novice illusionist attention, the ability to distract the audience and a small sleight of hand. When showing this trick the magician guesses the top 3 cards of the three piles, which laid out the deck. The demonstration begins with a shuffle of the deck at the end of which the magician, distracting the attention of the audience, for example, a funny anecdote, remembers the bottom card and imperceptible movement puts it on top. Further, any interested person invited to split the deck into 3 piles. Knowing the top card in one of the piles, the magician calls the card he remembered, but draws a card from any other pile, not showing the audience, looking at a map and puts it on the table face up. Then calls the one that took the first, and draws the next top card. The last is taken from the card that the magician has memorized, and is called a map, taken from the second pile. Maps now you can show the audience.

A simple mathematical trick

Another simple trick to train attention and mathematical thinking is the focus by guessing cards from a reduced deck of 21 card. The cards laid out in front of the audience three rows of 7 cards, then the magician asks you to think of any card and to call a number, in which it lies. Then the deck is going so that the specified row is located in the middle of the deck and again decomposed in equal ranks, this time vertical, the viewer calls the number again with the intended card. The procedure for the collection and the layout of the rows is performed again, the number should also be located in the middle of the deck, the spectator calls the last number. The magician, making sure that the named range was in the middle, the last time gathers the deck and begins to lay out one card. Conceived card is always the 11th from the top.

Once you have mastered these 3 simple focus and practice to show them accurately and relaxed, you can begin to learn more difficult card tricks.