Saturday, June 23, 2012

The Magicians Magic Tricks

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While the magic tricks are great, most are easy to do. Magic tricks are designed to please crowds, which inevitably forms a majority at most gatherings. Magic tricks are the most popular form of magic entertainment. Self-working magic tricks are effects that require essentially no skill, and can be learned in a few minutes. Magic tricks are often amusing, surprising and make us think. Magic tricks are based on scientific principles but people do not seem to connect magic and science. The best magic tricks are based on simple premises.

Occasionally magicians think that revealing their magic tricks is bad for the art, especially if it is free. Everyone always wonders how magicians perform all those fascinating, incredible magic tricks and illusions? Over the years, hundreds of magicians conjured their names into the history books. Many magicians will work alone because they don?t want others distracting the audiences? attention while performing the magic tricks. As long back as one might be able to remember there have been magicians and magic tricks. It is very enjoyable watching magicians perform their amazing tricks. People who use magic as a hobby will be able to amaze the audience, while the real professional magicians will astound and mystify their peers.

The most popular magic trick is the Three Card Monte. You can find many magic tricks in magic shops; one of the most popular tricks that you find in stores is the card tricks. Performing incredible feats of card magic which will make you look like a professional sleight-of-hand artist in just minutes. There are many card tricks that you can use that will astonish your acquaintances on poker or card night. Be the life and soul at any party with this amazing collection of card tricks.

If you want to pursue magic, you'll want to learn some simple tricks. But starting out it's most important to have simple magic tricks to learn. We recommend the simple magic tricks you can get started with. A wonderful collection of simple-to-do; easy-to-learn magic tricks with objects generally found around the house. People are able to learn magic will be able to amaze and amuse their friends and colleagues with some basic but incredible tricks. So remember, with a little practice and showmanship, you can learn to be the life of the party by performing simple magic tricks. Simple magic tricks are available through trainer?s warehouse and in books designed for young readers. You can perform these tricks with simple step-by-step instructions. It is simple entertainment with no lasting value. You too can learn simple Magic Tricks and amaze your friends.

Many of the magic tricks are found on the ability to misdirect, create disbelief and the ability to astound in the audience all at once. Just because most magic tricks are essentially the same doesn't mean all magic shows are alike. From the pulling a rabbit out of a hat to the coin that disappears, basic tricks will astound and please everyone. Magic tricks are always a big hit, and with practice you will be able to amaze the people around you.

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Magic Tricks and Illusions For Great Parties or Events

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Everyone loves magic tricks.

Remember being enthralled by the colours and the music when your favourite magician was on stage. Remember being mystified by the tricks and illusions that you really thought were magic. Remember being told that all magicians were sworn to secrecy about how they performed their 'magic'?

Well with the internet it's easy now to find out exactly what they did and even learn how to do it for yourself.

You can imagine being in front of an astounded audience (who can't guess how you do it) and perform those same illusions that you have seen all the famous name magicians performing time and time again. Wouldn't that be great.

This is just one of my favourites that you can learn and repeat dozens of times:

Numerical Prediction

You produce a sealed envelope and announce that it contains a numerical prediction. Placing the envelope on the table for the moment, you hand a small piece of card and a pen to a spectator and ask them to write a number between 1 and 1000 on the card.

This done, the first spectator hands the card and the pen to another spectator and you invite them to do the same, writing their number below the first one. This is repeated with a third spectator before the pen and card are retrieved.

The card, pen and sealed envelope are handed to a fourth spectator who is asked to total the three numbers written on the card. When he's done this he opens the sealed envelope to find that your prediction matches the total of the three numbers.

All you need to do is make sure the people you involve are seated well apart and you have another identical card which you have already written numbers on. Then a quick replacement switch and you're a mind reader!

Peter Fisher is an expert Author and Publisher. To find out more about how you could learn magic tricks and many more go to Magic Secrets

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Saturday, June 2, 2012

How To Do Magic Tricks

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How to do magic tricks: Simple steps you can take

Want to learn the magic tricks that you see the best magicians do? Want to be able to impress others at parties or in the bar and get instant VIP treatment? You don't have to have super powers to be able to do what the greatest magicians do: you simply need to know the secrets. Unfortunately, it can be extremely hard and expensive to learn what the great magicians know.

There are a number of ways you can go about learning the tricks of the trade, you can pay thousands of dollars for someone to teach you in person, or you can search the internet for books that will tell you in writing. Either way, it's a bit of a daunting task and the truth you still need to learn how to perform the tricks yourself, knowing the secrets is not all there is to it, but it's a huge part! Let me tell you that now.

If you don't want to spend a huge amount of money: I would suggest getting a hold of a book relating to magic tricks and how to do magic tricks. You need to read the book properly then dedicate a good amount of time learning what you've read. Only time and dedication will give you the ability to perform the amazing tricks you see on television. Of course, once you know some of basics, and you have ideas swimming in your head and will be able to create your own magic tricks!

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Sasa is a small time magician in north Carolina. He has been in the industry for years. Are you interested in learning the best magic tricks? Click Here!

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Magic Tricks and the Magical Performance

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If you wish to be a Magician, you have to do more than learn a few Magic Tricks. The trick is the mechanical detail of the effect; to be a Magician, you have to PERFORM!

You have to turn the Magic Trick into a Magical Effect. Make your audience believe that you just did the impossible - however simple you know the trick to be, the effect on your audience is what matters. They have to believe that you just produced a card out of thin air, made a coin enter a sealed can of Coke, restored a torn up newspaper - whatever the trick - if your audience don't believe that you actually did it, you have failed.

One of the best ways is to weave a story around the magic trick. I once saw a famous magician slide a knot off a piece of rope and make it disappear. Very slick. He picked up the rope, tied a knot and then ran his hand down the length of the rope and the knot had vanished. 5 seconds in the middle of an hour long stage show. I forgot about the trick until some years later when a close-up performer did the same trick for me. He took 5 minutes over it; told a story about Harry Potter walking along a river bank and meeting an old sailor who challenged him to a knot tying contest ... the effect was somewhat embellished but basically the same trick, and I remembered it - use it myself, now!

The point is; make it interesting rather than clever; better yet, make it amusing if you can. The public know that there is no such thing as Magic (well, OK - MOST of them know it ... there are a few odd-balls out there!) and so they realise, at the back of their minds, that we are fooling them. No one likes to be fooled but they will forgive you if you amuse them, entertain them, at the same time.

You don't have to be Tommy Cooper; it would not be a good thing if the entire Magic profession suddenly turned into comediens! Lighten your act; throw in a few jokes at appropriate points, perform some comical effects amid the more 'serious' ones. Above all, remember that you are an entertainer; try not to make your act a showcase for your own cleverness. Entertain and amuse your audience and they will want more. Prove to them how clever you are and they will clap but not care if they don't see you again.

The Magic Trick is just the method. The Magical Effect is the performance of that method in an entertaining and convincing way. If you 'do magic tricks', you are a technician; perform Magical Effects and you are a Magician.

Andy Canning has created a Website for fellow magicians - amateur or professional - at where he offers free magic tricks for you to learn and sources for all your magical needs.

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