EFFECT: You cut a deck of cards several times. You then deal from this pack the four aces, casually showing the fronts and backs of the aces. A spectator calls "stop" as you riffle through the deck. You show the cards, and then deal three cards faces down from the spot where the spectator called "stop" at, onto the first Ace. (Spades) You continue again, riffling the deck, stopping at the spectator's request, then dealing three more cards faces down from this new spot, onto the next Ace. (Diamonds) You do the same for the last two Aces. (Hearts and Clubs) Alternatively, you can deal the cards (three each time) faces-down onto each of the four aces from the first time the spectator calls "stop" to save time. Re-Cap: You have four faces-up aces with three faces-down cards on top of each of the aces. You now proceed to visually and visibly vanish the Ace of Clubs, Hearts, and Diamonds from their respective piles! Calling attention, now, to the Ace of Spades pile, you turn over the three cards that were resting faces-down on that ace the whole time...they are now the Ace of Clubs, Hearts, and Diamonds, having joined the Ace of Spades!
NOTE: Check the accompanying video...the effect is as simple and accurate as that! It's just that easy to do...almost self-working, yet this classic of card magic, "McDonald's Aces", has previously employed complex sleight-of-hand to accomplish the same effect! Legends such as Frank Garcia, Michael Ammar, Derek Dingle, Dai Vernon, Gary Ouellet, David Copperfield, and the Amazing Kreskin have performed various versions of this effect, and now it's YOURS to share, without hours of constant and frustrating practice, so you can concentrate on presentation, and ENTERTAINING your audiences. I have been personally performing this effect since 1980, and it has a permanent place in my professional close-up routine.
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