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Welcome to the official YouTube channel of Jay Sankey Magic. Jay Sankey is
a true magician’s magician and is widely considered to be one of the most
original thinkers and finest magic teachers alive today. He is also one of
the most prolific magic creators on the planet. Jay’s original tricks have
been performed by many of the world’s most famous magicians including
David Copperfield, Criss Angel, David Blaine, Dynamo and Keith Barry. Jay
also fooled Penn and Teller on the tv show ‘FOOL US’ and made Toronto’s CN
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most experienced performers and teachers. Jay uploads new tutorial videos,
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29 COMMENTS

  1. Dope new intro brother! I deal with them by staring into their soul and not saying a single word until they either get weirded out or say something stupid and then turning back to everyone else and getting back into the trick 🙂

  2. Jay, after you complete the hard palm with quarter and shown gone do you make it reappear or just drop it in pocket etc.? If reappear how do you get it was not obvious in was in palmed hand?

  3. If a spectator seems to be set on ruining your tricks, end at the next natural stopping point and thank the group. Explain that you will be doing more magic later in the evening, and then move on to another group. You are not obliged to perform under these conditions. You can return to the group later in the evening, once the ‘heckler’ has moved on.

  4. With hecklers, I simply finish the trick and I'll let them explain how they think the trick is done. Then I say, in a mickey mouse voice, "WOW, show me how you do that trick you just explained." And they usually get embarrassed. Haha haha 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  5. I don't know about the coin one but I love the card trick. Trouble is I have boney fingers with "windows" when I hold them together. I've done palms, I just rely more on misdirection.

  6. hi Jay sorry I haven't been commenting for sometime. I like soo much that you provide two tricks one is a coin trick and the other is a card trick for us to have solutions for every situation really when I deal with hecklers I find myself developing tricks like these while I am performing from frustration😂 also I often after watching one of your videos I try to convert the trick to be like these tricks a normal magic trick for normal people and a roasting magic trick as I like to call them thank you soo much for your inspiration keep it up

  7. The sucker trick I have the most fun with is Design for Laughter from the royal road to card magic. After performing it for years I play with the crowd and they are always sure I have got it so badly wrong and they know that I don't have a clue I have messed up. so much fun to perform but watching their reactions is priceless.

  8. Good vid, Jay. I deal with hecklers by handing them the wand and letting them dig their own pie in the face. Most hecklers are so far behind you mentally that they are pretty easily brushed off. Anyone with any real knowledge of the secrets won't be heckling in the first place. I think hecklers are fun… usually.

  9. Personally, I make it sound like the idea of heckling is just stupid. My favorite method is to give them a "no, really?" look and roll my eyes while I say, "um, wizard powers, obviously." If that fails, I give a similar "here's the dumbest method possible" look and tell them how the trick could be done. Sometimes I give the actual method and make it sound obviously wrong. This works best if I can add another, obviously wrong technique. "Sure, what I did was hide the coin in my hand like Spider-Man. I've got a web shooter in my wrist. I also put the card in my mouth. Here, let me use your sleeve to wipe the spit off." This often puts the crowd on my side and helps them see the heckling as dumb, too.

  10. I usually try and involve them with an audience interaction trick – generally, they want to be the "center of attention", so now you're helping facilitate that. Doesn't work with those that are just a-holes though. 😛

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