How to Do the Color Monte Trick. Show off your magic skills with this great
card trick that’s entertaining and easy to learn. You will need One red Ace One black Ace One
random card and an audience. Step 1. Square the three cards in your hand with the
random card on top, the red Ace in the middle, and the black Ace on the bottom. Step 2. Perform a double-lift, grabbing the top and
middle cards together, pulling the two cards off to look like one card. Show the red Ace from the bottom of the two
cards to the audience, and place them on top of the other card. If you can perfect the double-lift, you can
do hundreds of other card tricks. Step 3. Take the top card, which should be the random
card, and set it aside face down. The audience will think this is the red Ace. Show them the actual red Ace and place it
on top of the random card aside. Repeat this with the black Ace. Step 4. Double-lift the top two cards the same way
as in step two and move them to the bottom. You will appear to have moved only the black
Ace to the bottom. Now reveal that the red Ace is on the bottom. Learn a fast-paced patter to keep your audience
occupied while you perform sleight-of-hand tricks. Step 5. Slide the middle card out slightly using your
first two fingers. Then pull the bottom card and the top card
off together, so they look like one card. Show the audience the red Ace, which is now
at the bottom of the two cards you pulled. Place those cards back on top while maintaining
the illusion of one card. Step 6. Show the audience the middle card, which is
now the red Ace again. The audience has now seen the red Ace in all
three positions. Place the red Ace back in the middle. Step 7. Show the audience the black Ace on the bottom. Using the same method from step five, pull
the top and bottom cards off together so that it looks as if the black Ace has jumped to
the top card. Step 8. Place all three cards in a row on the table,
face-down. Flip over the red and black Aces, and put
the random card face-down in the middle. The audience still thinks the middle card
must be a red Ace. Flip over the middle card to reveal the random
card. Did you know The “monte” card game first appeared
in the early 19th century and derives from the Spanish word for mountain.

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