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@Ohthedrama--no it`s not hard--he used two simple moves, the false riffle shuffle and a one-hand pass--both of which can be observed in the video. He could have made it even simpler by using a $4 "stripper deck" to facilitate both. I could teach you how to do both moves using one of those in about 10 minutes. The hardest part was prearranging the deck before hand, and remembering the ridiculously contrived story.
To all--Jean Hugard`s "Encyclopedia of Card Tricks" (Dover Publications, 1937) has an entire chapter on effects like this. In particular, this is a version of "The Adventures of Diamond Jack" (page 242-243).
No Sh|t? Wow, your powers of observation astonish me. Whats next? Are you going to explain how most movies use CGI and animation? Douche
Love the talent it takes to make these tricks work!
I need to learn how to do THAT.