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Magic Tricks Revealed

Updated on June 24, 2012

Magic tricks revealed is something no magician likes to share with anyone, a excellent book to read is called David Blaine magic tricks revealed that will give you a in depth look at how this sleight of hand trick is performed. I will endeavor to give you a few tips on one of the best kept secrets a magician uses to fool his audience and how he does this, it is but one of the tools he has up his sleeve to amaze his onlookers. With some practice you will be able to master this trick and amaze your friends and family.

Sleight Of Hand

This has to be one of the all time favorites that any magician uses to amaze his audience ,have you ever seen a magician ask a member of the audience to approach the stage or have them sit at a table to show them a trick close up. And the member of the audience thinks that because they are so close to the magician that surely they can't be fooled . So with keen eyes the audience member focuses on the magic trick hoping to see something that may give the show away. Now giving the fact that the magician is excepting this from the audience member to look closely at his every move, his only option is to use sleight of hand. It only takes a second for a professional magician to cleverly fool a member of the audience with this move.

Using This Technique

A professional magician will master this method to the point where it looks natural with every move he makes, he does it in a way where every move he does with his hands is in a natural flowing motion. He will use a split second to distract the audience member so to perform his trick, it is really astounding the way they do it, and in this case the hand is quicker than the eye. The audience member is left amazed at what just happened, and leaves the stage wondering how the heck they did it, it is of course the magician using the sleight of hand technique.

When Doing This Technique

When learning to do the sleight of hand technique ,you must make it look natural to the audience member ,you must learn to master every move before hand. There should not be any obvious jerking movements with your hands you should perform the trick deliberately and slowly and naturally as possible, so to give your audience no clue as to how it's done, otherwise if you do even one single movement out of place it can mean disaster. Sleight of hand is used to perform many amazing tricks such as using rings, coins, cards to make them disappear and reappear again. There are many books that teach you these methods from, magic cards revealed , to street magic revealed, and a favorite of mine the secrets of magic revealed, all have the information you need to study the art of magic. There are many books online such as magic tricks revealed Chris angel who is one of the greats for using sleight of hand tricks. Coin magic tricks revealed is yet another good read as well as street magic tricks revealed so study up on the art of sleight of hand and you will soon dazzle your friends and families.

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      Michael 

      4 years ago from Switzerland

      Huge fan of magic, and you have a great hub here!

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      samuel hodges 

      5 years ago from Winston-Salem NC

      I really enjoyed the read. And the video made me laugh...much delight. I like the way that you have the sells of magic items between each paragraph, clever. As a magician myself, I still get fooled...and love it!

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      jmoore557 

      6 years ago

      Magic tricks should be performed in front of family first and then perform in front of a crowd.

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      jaymelee23 

      8 years ago from United States

      Cool - I always wondered how some tricks worked.

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      TricksTutorial 

      8 years ago

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      jajatjmt 

      8 years ago

      mad n0 mad

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      Shaunelle Tansy 

      9 years ago from a galaxy far far away

      It's funny, I love magic, and every time I see a magician perform something, I'm desperate to find out how they do it. Usually, when I find out, I'm so disappointed. I try and not look behind the curtain anymore, it ruins the mystique...

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