I saw a couple of card throwing tricks on here, which were very good, but after wasting a long time watching the instructions, I was going nowhere. After some work, I concluded the simple piece that was juggling. You should not try to throw the cards but spin them!
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Watch card-throwing tricks explained in Video
Step 1: Getting Started.
All you need to get started is a deck of cards and someplace to throw them. I suggest indoors where you won’t knock stuff over and break it.
Any cards will do; I used inexpensive crappy paper and expensive plastic-coated ones and didn’t notice much difference.
The main points to keep in mind are:
*Don’t attempt to throw the card! This seems silly, but this is precisely the error I was making. The card has no weight, and if you attempt to throw it like you would a heavier thing, it will flutter for a little and soil about 2ft away.
You will need to twist the card; this activity comes in the wrist. The faster you are able to spin the card, the better it will fly. You will need to place some forward motion in your forearm, but this is a gentle, relaxed movement merely to provide the card some forward momentum. You will need to keep your arm and wrist very relaxed. The entire motion does not require much force, and you’ll most likely realize that the harder you try and throw the card, the less likely you are to succeed.
Step 2: How to Hold Card (Card Throwing)
The following page shows the two ways I held the card. Both worked for me, but you could find one works better than another.
The first way was to hold it between your indicator and middle finger in a small diagonal using the tips of your characters on the corner of the card. When you throw it, you want the card to pivot around the ends of your characters to give it a spinning movement. The next way is truly very near the way I hold cards when I am dealing. As you throw it, you use your index finger to bring the spin.
Step 3: Throwing Technique
As I said, the entire purpose is to have a relaxed, smooth arm motion to provide the card forward momentum and a relaxed wrist snapping to provide the card spin.
You barely have to move your arm whatsoever. The image below shows you the motion that you would like. Do this gently; trust me, it’ll work much better this way than trying to put plenty of weight on it.
As soon as you have the technique down (which, if I’ve explained this properly, should be on about the 2nd or 3rd card you throw), you can get a decent distance on each and every card.
The more you practice, the quicker you’ll have the ability to twist the cards and the farther and faster you can make them fly.
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Here are a Few Questions you Might Find Interesting
How do you throw a card fast?
Snap your wrist forward. In one fast, smooth motion, swing your arm forward from your shoulder and step into a throw like throwing a baseball to get the most power and accuracy out of the card. At the end of that motion, unroll your wrist, spreading your middle and ring finger slightly to release the card.
What is the world record for the longest card throw?
The current world record for the farthest card thrown is held by Rick Smith, Jr., who threw a card 65.96 meters (216 feet, 4 inches) on December 2, 2002. This is also the record for the fastest throw, clocked at 148 kilometers per hour (91.96 mph).
How do you throw a card?
With your index finger resting on the top-right corner, place your thumb and middle finger on opposite sides of the card, pressing in on the middle towards each other. Make a peace sign with your dominant hand and clasp a card between the two fingers. Bend them over the top slightly and throw.
How do you deal with the cards?
Deal the first card to the person on your left. Toss the card face down across the table to the player. You may also slide the card on the table to the player. Continue dealing cards to players in a clockwise direction
Do you deal clockwise or counterclockwise?
Is it clockwise to the left or right?
In conclusion, the amazing card throwing trick is a testament to the impressive skills of those who practice it. It is a feat that requires precision, accuracy, and a deep understanding of physics. Watching a performer execute this trick flawlessly can be a thrilling experience that leaves the audience in awe. Whether it is used as a standalone act or incorporated into a larger performance, the card throwing trick is sure to captivate and entertain audiences of all ages.
4 thoughts on “Amazing Card Throwing Trick”
This simple trick needs a lot of practice. 😀
Yeah that’s bitter truth, people try to become master it in one day that’s why they failed to learn simple tricks too