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There is no better trick out there that can get your audience as involved like The Poker Test does, you can take this with you everywhere you go.
Phase 1: Observation
You ask the audience to participate in an observation test and to focus on the details of what they see before them. And the note that there are no extra cards in either hand, it is a fair test.
Phase 2: The “Easy” Question
You start by asking an easy question, which the audience can easily answer. And they answer correct in telling you the number of cards in your hand.
Phase 3: The “Hard” Question
You tell the audience that the next few questions will be harder than before. By asking what the bottom card was, you seem to confuse the audience, for this question was just as easy as the previous. But to everyone's surprise, a card has impossibly appeared where the blank card was held.
Phase 4: The “Harder” Question
Ask the audience to dig deep into their memory and remember what the color was on the back of the playing cards. But alas, the color of all five cards has changed! Just as openly and five times as amazing as the first change.
Phase 5: The “Hardest” Question
Now that all the card backs have impossibly changed colors, it's time to draw the audiences attention back to the faces of the cards. Asking them to recall what the other four cards were seems like an easy feat. As you slowly drop your hand down to reveal the faces of the said four blank cards, you now hold in your hand an entire Royal Flush!