## The Tricky Duck

"Turning" a Duck into a Rabbit is easier than you think.

"Turning" a Duck into a Rabbit is easier than you think.

This magic trick with food is based on the same principle as the **21 Card Trick**.

A mind-reading trick with a pair of dice.

Do you count your pennies?

Here's a trick you can do any day (of any month of any year).

This magic trick, devised by *Robert Neale*, is a variation of a Martin Gardner routine and appears as **The Two Guns** in the book **Self-Working Number Magic** by *Karl Fulves*.

This card trick, based on the original *Henry Hardin* routine, has become one of the most popular internet card tricks.

This psychic magic trick uses a set of dominoes.

I bet I can guess your age. This number mystery is one of the oldest number magic tricks.

This is a slightly more complex version of the **Number Mystery** magic trick that uses "windows" for obtaining the key numbers. This trick appears in *Martin Gardner's* book **Mathematics, Magic & Mystery**.

Turn the cat into a mouse (and vice versa).

This classic mind-reading magic trick involves mathematics, zoology, colorology and geography.

A presidential coin trick based on a principle developed by *Edward Bagshawe* and *Sam Schwartz*. This version was devised by *Karl Fulves* and appears as **Metalogic** in his book **Self-Working Coin Magic**.

Is your favorite animal among these? If so, I bet I can guess what it is. This magic trick is based on the same principle as the **Number Mystery** trick.

This classic card trick will have you going around in circles.

Bad at math? Dont't feel bad. This math problem might even trick your math teacher.

An ancient magic trick where a coin in hand is worth more depending on which hand it's in. This trick appears as **Which Hand?** in *Martin Gardner's* book **Mathematics, Magic & Mystery**.

A new take on a classic card trick.

This magic puzzle demonstrates why magicians are a vanishing breed. A version of this magic puzzle appears as **The Vanishing Face** in *Martin Gardner's* book **Mathematics, Magic & Mystery**.

Is time on your side? If so, then it's time for another magic trick.

Another classic card trick.

Created by *Sam Lloyd*. Loyd sold his puzzle to *P. T. Barnum*, who marketed it as **P. T. Barnum's Trick Mules**.

Year MDCLXV (1665) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar.

This card trick is based on a magical principle that has been around for over 4,120 years.

This magic trick is based on a principle invented by *Martin Gardner* and appears in the book **Self-Working Number Magic** by *Karl Fulves*.

A "geometrical vanish" designed by *Mel Stover*, in which 13 pencils, **7 red** and **6 blue**, mysteriously become **6 red** and **7 blue**. Which pencil changes color?.

A famous mind-reading magic trick.

The basic idea for this magic trick was devised by *Arthur Carter*. There are many versions of this trick, one of which appears as **The Red Prediction** in **Self-Working Table Magic** by *Karl Fulves*.

This magic trick is kind of a magic matrix bingo effect.

A mind-reading trick employing the tapping principle. This particular version was devised by *Martin Gardner* and appears as **Tap-an-Animal** in his book **Mathematics, Magic & Mystery**.

This calendar magic trick is based on an idea of *Walter Gibson* and appears in the book **Self-Working Number Magic** by *Karl Fulves*.

This coin trick is based on ideas of *Bob Hummer*, *Stewart James* and *Mel Stover* and appears as **Immovable Object** in *Karl Fulves'* **Self-Working Coin Magic**.

Do you like to gamble? You could win big (unless you're betting against a magician).

This magic trick can be found in **Self-Working Paper Magic** by *Karl Fulves*.

A magic trick with a crystal ball that can read your mind.

Every princess knows that when you kiss a frog it turns into a prince. Right?

A mind-reading trick with a die invented by magic dealer *Harold Sterling* and named "**MIKO**" in honor of **MI**lt **KO**rt.

Another *Sam Lloyd* creation in which a warrior magically appears, then disappears.

Is your favorite sea animal among these? If so I bet I can guess what it is. A fishy version of the **Number Mystery** trick.

A magic number trick with four colored coins.

An interactive card trick based on *Jim Steinmeyer's* **World's Thinest Deck of Cards**.

A fruit flavored version of the **Window Cards**.

Would you trade your cow for these Magic Beans?

This card trick is the invention of *Karl Fulves*.

How big is your family?

Coccinellidae is a family of beetles, known variously as ladybirds, or ladybugs.

This interplanetary trip will have you going around in circles.

Another "geometrical vanish" designed by *Bob Page*.

Have you used one of these popular Emojis recently? If so I bet I can guess which one. This is another magic trick is based on the same principle as the Number Mystery trick.

A *Royal V. Heath* magic effect based on a math trick developed by *Ed Balducci* alternatively known as **The Di-Ciphering Trick** or **Heath's Deciphering Dice** or **Phenomenon**.

*Stephen Bradd* expands the *Royal V. Heath* magic effect based on a math trick developed by *Ed Balducci*.

In this poker chip baffler by *Bob Hummer*, the Magician arrives at the total of the chips selected freely by the Spectator.

In this mathematical magic trick by *Bob Hummer*, the Math-Magician can immediately (and repeatedly) announce the total of all 6 randomly chosen cards.

Another *Bob Hummer* inspired Humdinger!