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Topic: David Copperfield Illusion
Message: Posted by: brehm (Dec 13, 2003 10:35PM)
My father sent me this link. How many clicks did it take you to figure it out. http://www.zorstec.net/copperfield.htm
Message: Posted by: Jordan Piper (Dec 14, 2003 12:04AM)
That's Copperfield's best trick yet. But how did he do it? :lol:
Message: Posted by: rvigon (Dec 14, 2003 05:45PM)
Come on! That has got to be one of the most over used tricks on the net!
Message: Posted by: Dbzkid999 (Dec 16, 2003 05:19PM)
Does anyone know how to put one of those on a website?

Because I want to put one on my site.
Message: Posted by: redstreak (Dec 16, 2003 07:04PM)
You can do it with Flash. Yeah, it's almost exposing to do that because it only takes so long until you figure it out by watching it over and over again.
Message: Posted by: Vanished Zauberer (Dec 16, 2003 07:47PM)
Oldest web trick in the book...
Message: Posted by: oldguy (Dec 17, 2003 05:23AM)
That idea has been around a lot longer than the web. I think I used to do a similar trick with only two cards, maybe 40 or so years ago. Tom
Message: Posted by: maylor (Dec 21, 2003 04:50AM)
Yeah, that's so old I'm pretty sure most people know the principle behind it now.
Message: Posted by: MrBiddle (Dec 23, 2003 11:07PM)
No clicks. I experienced it once 3 years ago, asked my friend and when I was told the secret, I ended up kicking myself real hard. :giggles:

It's a classic.
Message: Posted by: Close.Up.Dave (Dec 23, 2003 11:46PM)
Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's Dai Vernon's princess card trick trick.
Message: Posted by: Magna (Dec 24, 2003 06:47PM)
It took me one look at the trick cause I looked at two cards and they both got taken away. :readingbook: