What did I just see? That was crazy!
There were two cards on bottom as opposed to the 1 that most would only see. If you watch the right hands ring finger at the end you can watch as the illusionist flick the "other" card as he places them both down at the same time. Also note the tight grip on the cards to assure maximum illusionary effect.
WOW!!! how'd he do tat!!! Normally i can figure out card tricks...buttat WAS krazy!!!!
Wow!! Howd you learnt to spel...
I mean really, Tat, buttat, krazy...Wow!!
He just double lifts the cards... Its not a hard trick.. One of the first i ever learnt..
it's still a really good presentation
so that is what you were doing instead of learning how to spell?
I was following him fine until the last one, dunno how he pushed the other card.
the trick was iiiight but the video was doodoo
Very easy and basic cardtrick..He had funny accent thou =P
Tat waz 2 cool i dont care if u know it, if u knew it why didnt u just post the trick? 8)
looks like an edited video to me
Learnt? Correct spelling in most civilised countries.
it's civilized....learn how to spell before you tell others how to
It depends what country you're from, it's spelt civilised in Australia and the UK
Card tricks are great
"Civilised"? Really? Wow. You're making fun of people who are spelling wrong and you can't spell civilized!? Wow. So much for grammar police.
American English is not the end all. Please, take a moment to broaden your horizons before sticking your foot into your mouth.
Copied from dictionary.com
/ˈsɪvəˌlaɪz/ Show Spelled[siv-uh-lahyz] –verb (used with object),-lized, -liz·ing.
to bring out of a savage, uneducated, or rude state; make civil; elevate in social and private life; enlighten; refine: Rome civilized the barbarians.
Also, especially British, civ·i·lise.
should be at number one. or at least number 3
Another example of England and the US being 'separated by a common language' probably leads to most yanks missing the joke at the end, not knowing what 'the other' is in Britain.