C is for Card Trick
I have always been fascinated by card tricks. I learned a couple as a kid that have stuck with me, but in honor of our A to Z theme, I thought learning a card trick would be a fun game to play. I'll be sure to impress the few people I can show it to! But, I assure you that it's a beginner level card trick and you should give it a try!
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This time the AtoZ posts here are like bucket dip, new surprise every day.
That was cool!
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Very good and clever "C" post.
I know one card trick I learned as a child. It involves laying out 20 cards and asking someone to pick one, then immediately showing them a card of the same value.
Checked! Thanks for the entertainment ;) I'm heading to The Multicolored Diary to read more about cards ;))
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These days I think there are lot of magic tricks involving cards on digital devices as well...
I apologise for playing fast and loose with the Alphabet - but like a deck of cards, I have had to shuffle the letters about to match certain themes to particular chapters I am publishing it will all come right in a few days time - I beg not to be drummed out of the Challenge...
This time mine is totally unrelated, but anyway, here it is: How can we use the Chain Veil in #DnD?
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Taking independent action in my teens in "Confirmation: Finessing the Pledge." https://mollyscanopy.com/2021/04/confirmation-and-finessing-the-pledge-atozchallenge/
I was always fond of playing Cribbage with Cards. Might have to try learning that card trick for the next game.
My family is big on card games. I have vague memories of uncles doing card tricks as well.
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Very cool! Love card tricks. We used to keep the kids entertained for a long time with them--first amazing them, then showing them how to do the trick.
Happy A to Z Day 3!
I don't know any card tricks but they are fun to watch. :) Here is my post- C is for Carol Burnett.
Our son was fascinated with card tricks when he was younger. His uncle and aunt got him a VHS tape showing how to do them one Christmas. He actually got a few of them done quite well. :)
My next edition in my Looney Tunes Art Sketch series is live. Swing by to check out, Cecil Turtle on Curious as a Cathy.
Have a blessed Easter Sunday!
I love card tricks, they always amuse me.
Here are my "Moms be everything" series,
Day "C" with role moms play
Today's post is C for chinchlla
Fun "C" post. I'm going with coffee for my post for "C."
I enjoy watching others perform card tricks; and my kiddos enjoy tricking me so this is something I should show them..
Here is my C post Circumlocution or Circling Around to the Point Cleverly (Finally?)
Card tricks are simply a great way to pass time on long train journeys or to impress people at parties. I love card tricks too and used to be pretty good at them when I was younger. Will try yours and see if my grandchildren are gobsmacked
I'm lucky if I can shuffle the deck without making the cards fly all over the table... not sure how I'd do with a card trick!
For the letter C, I discussed a few movies with characters who use creativity.
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Movies reflect human needs: Creativity
I've never had much success at card tricks although I do enjoy them. Weekends In Maine
Just shuffling cards without letting them fall feels like a card trick to me :-)
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I have tried a few and had been successfull, but then life took over and the cards got lost in the chaos. Or it could be mobile games... LOL
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