Four cards are shown. They are the Four Aces. The cards are given a "twist" and when the cards are again counted it is seen that one of the aces has turned face down. This is repeated three more times, each time an ace has turned face down until all four aces are face down. The magician offers to explain how the trick was accomplished. The cards are again counted, and it is found that the magician was cheating. There are really five cards in the packet. The magician states that five cards make a poker hand, and as long as he is cheating he might as well give himself the best hand possible. The cards are turned face up and fanned; the cards make a Royal Flush in Spades!
1st edition 2012, 6 pages + video
word count: 1267 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Aaro Sorva (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Friday 10 February, 2012
First, sorry my bad english. I've to say, this is really good packet trick. Only five cards used and this is really stunning. Also this is really easy to learn, so I highly recommend this to everyone. Resets easily when casually showing the cards and when you put the packet away. Aaro Sorva