Okay, NOW for the fun stuff. I’m going to be “exposing” one distinctive form of sleight of hand: snap change. It is a card trick that involves changing the card being exposed while the spectator is watching. This involves taking two cards (the spectator’s card and some dummy card) in your hand in such a way that it seems you only have one. You would show the “single card” to the spectator, with the dummy card being visible and their card right behind. Holding the cards with just three fingers, you snap and let the dummy fall behind, revealing the spectator’s card.
Now, you can either re-read that and try to understand what's supposed to be going on, or look at this video I made of it. If the video doesn't work (because this whole interface is weird), Google it.
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