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How To: Sell baseball cards

Tired of grandpa's baseball card collection rotting away in your attic? Well, unlike his pop bottle collection, baseball cards could yield a decent amount of income for you, if you know how to sell them. There are different outlets available for selling an individual baseball card or card collection. Know how to sell the fruits of your hobby and avoid getting ripped off.

How To: Make a scrapbook about all of the books you've read

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a scrapbook about all of the books you've read. First, you will want to take a part from the pages that meant the most to you. Type out the text that was written, then glue it onto a similar sized piece of card stock. Adhere this to the top of a picture that has the same theme as the text that you just wrote out. After you do this, decorate your page even more until it's completely finished. You can also take pictures of the books that you have read and ...

How To: Get a hotel upgrade

Okay, Mr. Thrifty, you reserved the least expensive hotel room that you could. But your inner Donald Trump doesn’t want to settle for low-frills. Go ahead, it never hurts to ask. Watch this video to learn how to get a hotel upgrade.

How To: Deal with a flight cancellation

There's nothing more disappointing than finding yourself all packed and ready to travel when you find your flight has been canceled. You can make the best of the situation by finding out just what you are entitled to or how to best ameliorate the situation.

How To: Get your passport

If you are going to travel outside the United States on a ski trip with Skitravel.com, you will need a passport. From Skitravel's website you can click the "get a passport" link. The link will take you to the US Department of State's passport form (the DS11 passport form). On the Department of State's form, you have two choices, a passport book or a passport card. The passport book is good for ten years and you can travel anywhere in the world with it. The second choice is the passport card. ...

How To: Buy flowers for your girlfriend

Sure, you can go online and send the first flowers you see, but a little thought and planning will go a long way toward impressing her. Sure, you can go online and send the first flowers you see, but a little thought and planning will go a long way toward impressing her. You will need a friend or relative of the recipient. Send her favorite. If she’s ever mentioned a favorite flower, buy that. You’ll get bonus points for listening to her. If you have no clue, ask a friend or relative of hers ...

How To: 24 Safari Privacy Settings You Need to Check on Your iPhone

Over the years, we've seen security breach after security breach, as well as high-profile data scandals where collected personal information was misused by companies. Apple makes customer privacy a priority, so there have been few issues to worry about when it comes to its services on your iPhone. However, there are still plenty of privacy settings to explore and change, especially within Safari.

How To: Switch Internal and External Memory on the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2

There's a lot going for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2—smart screen rotation, huge HD display, great rear camera—which makes it an awesome device for reading, watching videos, and taking pics. But all of those luxuries will end up hogging up your internal memory, which is one of the few things the Note 2 could use some help in. The device comes with 16 to 64 GB of internal storage, depending on your model, with the option of adding a microSD card for more space. Only problem is, everything automat...

How To: Make a spooky paperboard lantern for Halloween

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a Halloween lanterns. Users will need to visit this website: jennadeangeles/] and download the Halloween template. The materials required for this project are: download template, vellum, poster, rubber stamps, metal ruler, glue and orange card stock. Begin by cutting out the lantern with the openings as well. Now stamp the vellum with some black acrylic paint. Finish by closing the lantern with glue. This video i...

How To: Perform the bandarama card trick

This video shows you how to perform the Bandaram trick. Things you'll need: deck of playing cards, elastic band. Select a card and show it to the spectators. Ace of Spades is chosen as the selected card. Return this card back to the deck. Do a table cut trick of the deck so that this selected card is brought to the top of the deck. After the selected card is placed at the top of the deck give it a few shuffles and cut but keep it on the top only. Do a double turnover so that another card come...

How To: Perform the "tell the truth" card trick

This video shows you a mind-reading card trick. This particular trick requires 8 cards: 4 kings and 4 queens. First, the subject is asked to memorize one of the 8 cards as they are laid out before the subject, face-side up. The cards are picked up and sorted in various ways and the subject is asked a series of questions. The questions are always asking whether the card the subject memorized is in a certain group that the trick performer presents. The card in question always is in the group th...

How To: Perform the mind blowing trick "card text"

First of all you need to a set up deck. You need to learn about two things. First you need to learn about calculating the numerical value of the card and also work out the suit the card. First take out a card and lay it face up. This is 4 of clubs. The rule here is that next card shall be 3 more in numerical value because this deck is a set up. So pick the next card that is 7(4+3) of hearts then 10 of spade (10+3) and then king of diamonds (10+3). Now remember the phrase "chsd", c for club, h...

How To: Perform the "oil and water" card trick

In this short, fun and informative tutorial, Andy Field demonstrates the Oil and Water trick using four black cards and four red cards. Four cards are placed on one side of the table and the four red cards are placed on the opposite side of the table. He then mixes the cards, pulling one card from each side to make a new pile of cards with alternating colors. One red, one black, one red and so on and so forth with each of the eight cards. After letting the cards sit for just a few seconds he ...

How To: Use the siva count card sleight for many card tricks

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the Siva count sleight card trick. This sleight card trick is very similar to the Elmsley, except it is a reversal. It reveals the cards instead of facing them down. This sleight uses 5 cards, but only reveal 4 of them. It hides the target card. The card that you want to hide needs to be in he middle (3rd card). When going through each card, users have to double drop the card and not allow the spectator to see the hidden card. This video wi...

How To: Find the Right App to Schedule an Insurance-Covered Virtual Doctor's Visit Right from Your Phone

The World Health Organization has declared the new coronavirus a pandemic, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends video visits with a healthcare professional to reduce the risk of being exposed to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. If you are experiencing mild flu-like symptoms, virtual doctor visits may also prevent you from endangering others.

How To: Create Lists of Locations Using Collections in Apple Maps for iOS 13

Apple Maps has had a rocky history since its introduction, which included limited features and questionable data, earning it a reputation as a lesser alternative to Google Maps. Since then, Apple has worked to close the gap, and in iOS 13, they're introducing Collections, which allow you to create groups of locations on your iPhone that you can then quickly access and share with others.

News: Apple Releases iOS 12.4 for iPhone with Migration Tool, Apple News+ Improvements & More

While the eyes and ears of the iPhone world are singularly fixated on iOS 13 and its suite of over 200 new features, Apple was actively piloting iOS 12.4 in tandem with the big iPhone update, in preparation for the release Apple Card. Today, Apple has finally seeded iOS 12.4 stable, 116 days after its first beta version, and there's still no concrete evidence that Apple Card itself will show its face.

How To: Perform a card trick and let your friend pick the card

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform an amazing card trick. The magician begins by going through the deck and lets the spectator pick a card. The entire deck has a red back. Then the magician put the card at the top of deck and a cut. The magician then snaps his finger and lays out the entire deck face down. The cards are now a blue back and the only red back card is the spectator's chosen card. Then the magician snaps his finger again and the card changes into a blue back. Th...

How To: Do a double trouble card trick

Cardtrickteacher takes us through one of his favorite card tricks, the Triumph card trick. He explains that this involves using the audience, which he adequately emulates using just himself. Showing amazing dexterity, he goes through the process of the card trick in real time at first, showing us how exactly the card trick would look in real life and leaving us astounded. He then systematically breaks down the card trick showing each individual step and explaining with such clarity that even ...

How To: Perform the "pair" card trick for two people

In this video, viewers will observe the performance of the pair trick. This card trick requires 2 spectators. The magician begins by cutting the deck. One half is lying face up while the other one is for the spectators to select a card each. The 2 cards are then placed on the faced up half of the deck and then shuffled. The magician reveals that the cards are not on top or on the bottom of the deck. Then he combines the two halves, twist the deck around and lays out all the cards. The two car...

How To: Perform a math addition card trick great for kids

This video is actually about how to perform a math addition card trick. Firstly take two sets of four cards in which one of the sets consists of 2 of hearts whereas the other set consists of 3 of spades. Then take the set of 3's and place it under the 2's then once it is turned over you get four cards of 3's on the top which is placed aside and the remaining cards are of 2's. Now if you just give a shake then one of the cards of 2's turn into 3 of spades and when the shake is repeated another...

How To: Perform the "top shot" card trick easily

Andy Field performs the top shot card trick in this video. To begin this card trick, first a spectator is needed to name a card, not pick a card (this instruction is repeated several times throughout the video to emphasize importance). The card chosen is the five of clubs. He asks if the viewer would like it done fast or very fast, and opts to do it "very fast but in slow motion." Next the deck is shuffled, and held in one hand. He snaps his fingers with the available hand, and the correct ca...

How To: Perform the "count on it" card trick

Andy in this video explains us how to perform the "count on it" card trick. First of all it involves with him taking a pack of cards. He asks the person who is about to witness the trick to take a certain amount of cards and asks the person to count the number. After the person has done it. He is asked to see the card corresponding to the count he has when Andy show him one by one. After the person is done with it there here comes the trick. Andy counts the card from one to king. That is coun...

How To: Do the 190 helix cut card trick

The 190 Helix cut is a pretty cool false cut that you can do with cards. When you cut the cards, the queen of hearts-which was there at the beginning-is somehow still on top after the cards seem to have been sufficiently cut. What you need to do is separate about ten cards from the top with your finger. Lock that in the opposite hand between the forefinger and thumb. Now put your ring finger down and flip the cards back. Do this and continue to rotate the stacks of cards so that the small pil...

How To: Perform the "haunted deck" card trick

Spread out three cards for the spectators to see and memorize. Then place these selected cards back in the deck. Now place the deck in the open palm your left hand. Use the fingers of your right hand to create a magic like actions on the deck of cards. The spectators shall gulp in horror because what happens is that the cards start moving itself on your left palm. First of all the deck shall move towards the right and leave a card at the right side of your hand. Then the deck shall move itsel...

How To: Do a jumping gemini with a three card monte throw

This video shows the viewer how to do a ‘Jumping Gemini’ card trick. In this trick three different cards of your choice appear to continuously find their way back to the top of the pack. This seems impossible as the cards are both placed on the table as well as being placed at the back of the pack. The trick uses a series of breaks and lifts to work. Essentially it involves continuously appearing to place the chose card at the back of the pack or on the table whilst actually keeping the card ...

How To: Perform the "whispers" card trick

In this video, viewers will be watching the performance of the "whispers" card trick. The magician begins by shuffling the deck and asks the spectator to select 3 cards. Then they are laid face down and the magician takes all 4 of the queens out of the deck. He uses the queens as a guide and is able to tell the spectator the 3 faced down cards. Then he waves a queen over the 3 cards and places it down. The cards in his hands become the selection and the face down cards become the 4 aces. This...

How To: Perform the "name it" card trick

In this video Andy shows you how to perform the "Name it" card trick. The presenter suggests introducing yourself quickly and then ask someone in the audience for a name. Count up the number of letters in the persons name (for instance David is five letters). You then split and reverse five cards. You then ask the audience member to cut the deck in half. Then double under break the remaining cards. Then place the selected card under the reversed card. Then ask the audience member his name aga...

How To: Perform the Ascanio spread and Elmsley sleight tricks

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the Ascanio spread and Elmsley sleight tricks. The Ascanio spread makes 5 cards look like there is 4 cards. Begin by hold the pack with a biddle grip. You are going to peel off the top card with your thumb, fifth card with your index and fourth card with your middle finger. The Elmsey count is a shuffle that hides a card. Square the cards and peel them off. When it comes to the hidden card, peel off the two cards at once. This video will be...

How To: Perform a Puerto Rican poker card trick

There can only be four players because the pack is dealt out and each player receive a quarter of the deck. The rules say players cannot look at their hands but they can shuffle or cut the cards. Look at the top card. Queen represents 12 and then counts 12 cards. The rest of the players repeat, cutting cards according to first top card. Bet on the cards. Look at the top card but all top cards are K. Then look at the bottom and see who has the lowest. Looking at all the cards, they are in the ...

How To: Amaze your friends with a great wallet card trick

Andy Field shows us a trick that has little set up and carries a high reaction. This trick is called the wrong prediction trick. You will need a deck of playing cards a wallet and a black magic marker. Take out the queen of hearts and write "9 of clubs" on the back of it. Stick the card in the wallet face side up this will be called the "force card". Find the 9 of clubs in the deck and slightly bend it to give a slight concave effect. Do the same to the queen of hearts. Fan out the deck face ...

How To: Use the double undercut to control the bottom card

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the double undercut using a deck of cards. This shuffle controls the bottom card. The trick begins with the magician asking the spectator to choose a card. Return the card on top of the deck. Then it will be shuffle and end up at the bottom. To do this trick, create a break between the card and the deck. Now cut the deck in half. The right hand packet is placed under the left hand packet. The card is now transferred to the right hand. The l...

How To: Control cut a selected card to the top of the deck

This video shows how to perform a simple magic card trick where you will be able to control cut a card to the top of the deck. After determining which card will be the one which is used, the trick may be done in one of two ways, one in which the spectator places the card back into the deck, and the other where the magician does it. Certain grips must be used on the deck, which are demonstrated in the video. You should make sure in both cases to have your pinky discreetly hold the place where ...

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