# Sneaky Trick Uses Math Magic to Guess Your Cards

Math is basically magic. So it’s no surprise that a clever use of the Fibonacci numbers—a series of numbers (1, 2, 3, 5, 8, etc.) where each number is the sum of the two preceding numbers—and a super-slick shuffling method can combine for a card trick that makes it impossibly easy to guess the number and suit of the…

# Incredible Card Flourishes Look Even Better in Slow Motion

Cardistry is cool, but some of its best flourishes are often hard to follow. The hand movements are so small and quick that your brain barely has time to process what happened before the next trick begins. So thevirts decided to take things easy in a new video.

# This Kid Knows His Way Around a Deck of Cards

Cardistry wizard Zach Mueller is back to show us his floating card routine, which may or may not be the product of ghosts.

# Seeing These Card Tricks Up Close Almost Makes You Believe in Magic

Magician Patrick Kun isn’t breaking the wheel when it comes to these magic tricks but the way he packages them: short and sweet and right in front of the camera with little to no explanation, it makes watching magic sso much more fun. There’s no long build up, there’s no need to weave a senseless story, there’s no…

# Seeing a trick from a magician's point of view makes it more impressive

This video of a magician's card trick flips the perspective around so that we can see everything from the point of the view of the magician. Somehow with the reverse angle, it adds more 'magic' to the trick and makes what the magician does seem even more impressive. I got lost just watching him shuffle.

# This Phenomenal Magic Trick Was Created By An Artificial Intelligence

Magicians are not supposed to reveal their secrets. But what if that magician is a machine? Recent experiments at Queen Mary University of London show that it's not only possible to teach a computer program how magic tricks work, but that these systems are capable of designing new and superior versions that can be…

# Magician can guess the card you're thinking about through this video

Our eyes are too slow and our brains are too easily fooled. Just watch this video where Illusionist Eric Leclerc shows off by reading our minds through a simple YouTube video. He plays around with us in the beginning but at the end, he just jumped through the computer screen to peer into our wrinkled brain.

# Here's an Amazing Card Trick Bet You Will Always Win

The beauty of math and numbers and formulas and equations and so forth is that they can work without you ever understanding how the hell they work. What seems like complete randomness is actually just a math problem! Like this slick trick with a deck of cards. Take twenty or so cards and flip over five cards face side…

# Here's a Simple Card Trick You Can Learn in a Minute

Our friends at BoingBoing put together a video to show you a simple and fun card trick that anyone can learn in no time: Using a deck of playing cards, make three piles of three cards each. Flip a pile over to note the bottom card and then combine all three piles into one, making sure that the pile you flipped over…