The Great Card Magic of Nick Trost continues.
- THE SEVENS: A spectator finds the four Sevens. Of course it can be done with any four-of-a-kind.
- LOVE HAS GREAT POWER: Four Kings and four Queens are paired by a couple of Cupids (Jacks).
- BABY HAMMER: A spectator takes four cards, he shuffles them and turns them over at random. At the end, only one card is reversed and you did predict it. Can be done with ESP cards. Two versions are explained.
- RED-FACED GEMINI I: A spectator selects two cards from half of the deck. He then drops these two cards in the other half at any point. He finds, for example, two black Queens and two black Aces. All the other cards are red.
- ROLL-OVER STRAIGHT FLUSH: A spectator shuffles the deck. You deal twenty cards and the spectator shuffles them again and again. At the end, only five cards are reversed in the packet: A Royal Flush (or Straight Flush) in Spades.
- QUICK ACE OPENER: A quick method of finding the four Aces.
- RAZZLE-DAZZLE: A series of five incredible changes. Four face-up cards. One is turned face down and all four turn face down. The backs of the cards change from blue to red, then to green, then to yellow. For the surprise finish, the cards are dealt on the table and each has a different back. The cards can be examined.
- O-ACES: You place a prediction in view. You show four red-backed Aces and four blue-backed Aces. The spectators now eliminate seven Aces in a very fair manner. You have predicted the remaining Ace.
- TENKAI POKER DEAL: Cards are shuffled face down and face up. You deal four poker hands. All the cards are now face up and you have the four Aces.
- X-MARKS THE SPOT: You place a sticker with a big X on the face of a card and this is reversed in the deck. A spectator picks a card and replaces it in the deck under conditions making it impossible for you to locate it. The deck is cut in half and cards turned up from each half in unison. Amazingly, the X's card and the selected card turn up at the same time!