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Hello again everybody. Today I'm going to you a really easy card
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trick.
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I really like this one. It's real simple and it every time.
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What you're is take fifty-two cards. you have a full .
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the two jokers and you have a spectator two cards. For the
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purpose of this trick,
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10s, Jacks, Queens and Kings will be ten and they any one
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of those cards. They cannot select a 10 and the two cards they select, which are
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going to be Ace Nine, cannot total ten. So they can’t take a 6 and a 4
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or 7 and a 3.
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So now they can any two cards they like. So let's say they an
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8 and a 5. Take an 8 and a 5 out. We'll these over to the .
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We'll get back to those in a minute. So, now what you're going to do is shuffle the
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cards. You the two that they've taken and you're going to
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make piles.
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Every time you see a 10, Jack, Queen, or King, you could another card on it.
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Every time you see two piles that ten, place a card on each one of those
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cards––and in groups of two––so if it's a 10 you can put a card on it. Or two cards
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that add up to 10.
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So let's . There is a 10. We can a card on it. There's an Ace and a 5, a Jack––
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that's ten, so we can a card it. A King is
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ten. Ace and Nine is worth ten.
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Jack is worth ten. Queen is worth ten. 6 and 4 is ten.
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These three ten but we're not going to do it. It has to be two cards. 2, 3
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Jack is 10, place a card on it. 5, five and five is ten. There's a Jack–– the
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card it.
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Two and eight is ten—wow, look at these low cards––
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7, seven and three equals ten. 10 is ten. Put a card on it.
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Nine and Ace equals ten––place a card one of those. We have no two cards
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that equal ten here, so there's an Ace. Ace and nine equals ten––put a card on the
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King because that's ten. Six and equals ten. Seven and three equals ten.
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We can place a card on the King, a card on the 10. Now we have and two equals ten. Seven
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and three equals ten. Nine and Ace equals ten.
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We put a card on the King and on the Queen. A card on the 10.
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Then we have six and four equals ten and it's one card that can go right on top
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of the Queen, and if there was no place for that to go it could start its own
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.
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Now what we're is we're going to everything that's TEN.
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So we're up one pile that equals 10. We’ll rid of it and now
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every two piles that add up to ten. So 3 and 7 equals ten––get these two
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piles. Six and four equals ten––get rid of these two piles. And eight and two equals ten–– rid
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these two .
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After you do it you have two piles and these two piles—this––
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these two cards will determine these two cards.
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you to is say “Two plus what equals ?” And “five plus ten?” And five
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plus five equals ten. And two plus eight equals ten, so you know these two cards are a five
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and an eight.
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So I don't know how it , but it works time.
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Give it a try let me know what you think. That's it.
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I'll see you next time.