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Yet another "Best Card Trick" ever

May be it is, may be not, but it is clever.

However, that's not why I have posted it. In the first part of this show he does a trick with audience participation with his hands, twisting them at arms length.

I can't see what he did or how he did it. I've just spent 10 minutes scrolling the video back and forth, but I can't see what he does different to the audience. Happy

Can anyone here see how he did it?

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He misdirects attention while he switches
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That's cheating!

Nice find Tony, and thanks.

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Thanks, I knew something had to happen

when the camera was off him because I saw his left arm was different.

PS Illusionists always cheat. That's their job.


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