David Copperfield Magic Trick

Updated: January 24, 2014 / Home » Interesting Articles » Optical Illusion Pictures, Games & Magic


This computer is hooked up to a supercomputer that can read your mind, to prove this supercomputer’s capability, follow the instructions.

  • Step 1 – Pick a card out of the following 6 cards.

David Copperfield Magic Trick

Write down or remember which card you picked, proceed to step 2 when you are done. The supercomputer will now make the card you chose disappear from the list.

  • Step 2 – Click on the image below, is ‘your’ card among them?


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17 comments on “David Copperfield Magic Trick

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    How does it work?…that’s funny

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    ohh…I see now…smart.

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    because the card i picked will never be on the new set of cards that will be showed! im a big spoiler

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      Britney Spears [ Reply ]

      Cool Computer Magic Tricks

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    Offline Geek [ Reply ]

    This trick almost got me. Thought you had embedded any programing codes to change the cards chosen. Nice try.

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    this is lame i figure it out in one try

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    dgsdtgsdg [ Reply ]

    how do you freaking do this

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    Gautham Ranganathan [ Reply ]

    The cards displayed in the first are entirely different form those displayed at last… This is a simple logic… people get carried away with the K’s and J’s but nobody would concentrate in flowers…

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      microsoft [ Reply ]

      omg, skynet is real!!! it is alive, we are doomed!

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    phatrick morales [ Reply ]

    can i know about this game.2 learn how 2 play

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    Tem aqui no blog “alguns” erros na escrita!
    Como por exemplo: “eu não encontrar (..)”..
    O correcto seria:
    “eu não encontrei”…

    Aconselho-te a corrigir. :)
    digo eu.. :|

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    synyster gates [ Reply ]

    ohh my god that incredibal how does he do that

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      The Flying Illusion is an illusion performed by David Copperfield

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    hey there are new cards that is why we cant see
    our chosen cards

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    Mustafa [ Reply ]

    The cards on the next page are changed! Poor trick!

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    Lokeshkumar [ Reply ]

    All the cards which are displayed initially will not be displayed in the next set… they are all different cards.. very very poor trick

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