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How To: Perform the "Best Card Trick in the World"

Hello ladies and gentlemen, Greg Solomon is here today in this video tutorial to teach you how to perform the "Best Card Trick in the World". He will show for you, and perform for you what many have referred to as the best card trick there is. See the performance of this illusion! Greg will reveal to you, and explain to you how the color change card illusion is performed.

How To: Perform the "Best Coin Trick in the World"

Hello ladies and gentlemen, Greg Solomon is here today in this video tutorial to teach you how to perform the "Best Coin Trick in the World". He will show for you, and perform for you what many have referred to as the best coin trick there is. Immediately following the performance of this illusion, Greg will reveal to you, and explain to you how the coin illusion is performed.

How To: Create a rusty, grungy checker plate texture in After Effects

You may not recognize the term "checker plate", but you've more than likely encountered it many times before. It's more commonly referred to as "diamond plate" and is the hardwearing, lightweight, non-slip metal stock with raised diamonds (or lines) that frequently adorn flight cases, stage decking and metal stair treads. This video will show you how to recreate that grungy look in After Effects.

How To: Perform an advanced high Webster (front aerial) acrobatic flip

If you're in gymnastics, you probably know what a Webster is, but for all you parkour and freerunners out there, a Webster is a type of acrobatic flip, sometimes referred to as a front aerial flip. This advance video tutorial will show you wannabe flipsters the correct way of performing a high Webster (or single Webster) off one leg, which is quite the feat if you can master it. Superstar Andrea Catozzi shows you his acrobat charm and wit. Be careful though!

How To: Use functioning & static dominant chords in jazz guitar

In this video, we learn how to play Jazz guitar: Functioning & Static Dominant Chords. When you play an A7 going to a D chord, you are playing a functioning dominant, because a five chord always wants to go to a one chord. This is because of the tension in the five chord and how it resolves to the one chord. You will hear that the chord wants to go to a different chord, so make sure you understand this concept as you are playing. If the chord does go to the other, it's referred to as a functi...

How To: Dissect the geometrical quadrilateral trapezoid

If you've ever had problems with trapezoids in the past, this math lesson should clear some things up. A trapezoid is a geometrical shape, a quadrilateral, that has only one pair of parallel sides. Outside of the US, it's referred to as a trapezium. Yay Math breaks down the properties of trapezoids, including the isosceles trapezoid, the legs of the trapezoid and the median of the trapezoid.

How To: Prepare a traditional absinthe drink with a slow-drip fountain

If you want to serve some absinthe at home, you'll be surprised at how delicate the process is! It involves a specially slotted spoon, a sugar cube and a slow-drip absinthe fountain. It's a mysterious process which clouds the alcoholic drink, resulting in a milky opalescence which is referred to as the louche. Watch the video for the full bartending secret to serving absinthe traditionally.

How To: Tie a necktie with a Pratt (or Shelby) knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old American classic—the Pratt knot (sometimes referred to as the Shelby knot). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect Pratt-Shelby knots in no time at all.

How To: Tie a necktie with the half-Windsor knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect half Windsor knots in no time at all.

How To: Stretch a canvas

It's no secret, artists are broke. That's why they're referred to as "starving artists". One day these artists will achieve unimaginable success, but for most of their lives, they'll be struggling to survive… struggling to keep their vision alive. That's why they need to work cheap. And that's why they stretch their own canvases, not buy pre-made ones or have the hobby shop do it. If you’re a starving artist, save a few bucks, hone your carpentry skills, and stretch your own canvas.

How To: Tie a necktie with a double (or full) Windsor knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old classic—the full Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full Windsor knots in no time at all.

How To: Use a pizza peel

If you want to make an authentic New York-style pizza pie, you'll require the proper tools. Among those tools is the pizza peel. World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani shows how to properly use a pizza peel, the wide, flat shovel that transports the pizza from countertop to oven. For complete instructions on how to use a pizza peel (also sometimes referred to as a pizza shovel), watch this free video tutorial.

How To: Do a Behind The Back Leg Catch freestyle soccer move

Soccer is often referred to as the beautiful game, and that is never more apparent than when watching excellent freestyle soccer players at work doing their tricks. Make your game more beautiful by learning the trick this video has to teach: the behind the back leg catch. It looks really hard, but with a little practice you should have it down. Not so useful in matches, unfortunately.

How To: Wire a Type G electrical plug

The Type G plug is the standard plug in the United Kingdom, usually 230V and 50Hz, and is referred to as the BS1363 (British Standards 1363). It's most commonly referred to as the "13-amp plug" because it has a 13-amp fuse inside. The wires consist of a hot (or live) wire, neutral wire, and an earth (or ground) wire.

How To: Brew hard apple cider at home

The best wines will set you back almost as much as a pair of Blahniks on sale, so why not cut expenses and just make your own wine? Watch this beer brewing tutorial to see how to brew hard apple cider which has a wine-like taste.

How To: Tie a necktie with the four-in-hand knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old standby—the four-in-hand knot (sometimes referred to as the "simple" or "schoolboy" knot). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full four-in-hand knots in no time at all. Tie a necktie the easiest way with this handy how-to.

How To: Find the "Baby" Panay easter egg in Just Cause 2

The cool thing about Just Cause 2, is not only do you play a shoot first, ask questions later type of character, but the game is stocked with a lot of hidden secrets. Or as they are referred to, easter eggs. This video tutorial is presented by the guys at Achievement Hunter and they show you how to find the "Baby" Panay Moustache easter egg. It's easy to find and involves some interesting art. Enjoy!

How To: Use direct and indirect reining

Rick Gore explains the differences between direct reining and indirect reining to have better control over the horse and have him go where you desire. Direct reining, also referred as plow reining, is when pressure is applied directly to the horse by pulling the rein. Apply as much pressure as you want to have the horse turn the way you want. Indirect reining on the other hand, is without pressure, laying the rein on the horses' neck to give him an indirect cue to go a certain way, instead of...

How To: Jerk (dance) - "Pin Drop & Break Leg"

JusJerk and Jerk dance crew, the Stick Figures demonstrate how a "Pin Drop" is done in the world of Jerking, and later, how variations of the Pin Drop (sometimes also referred to as the "Knee Drop") can lead to multiple Pin Drops in a row and/or some pretty impressive acrobats. Later in this tutorial, the Stick Figures show how to do "The Break Leg Pin Drop" by dipping and "breaking the legs". We're guessing they mean this figuratively.

How To: Perform a triple Charlier magic card trick

If you like cards, and you like tricks, you've come to the right spot to learn how to do some amazing card tricks. You're probably not a magician, but that doesn't mean you can't perform any magic, especially with a deck of cards. Just watch this magic revealed... see how to make some card illusions.

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