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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Randommagicnewbie08, Aug 13, 2019.
Just curious to know.
Magicpedia defines a color change as a "generic term for any card sleight in which one card is apparently (and often visually) changed into another."
There's a magicpedia?!?
Oh of course there is... hopefully with more accuracy though than its general counterpart.
It's fairly useful for some things but it gives a very brief description of each magic topic, sorta like Wikipedia does except a lot of them seem to have less detail.
Contrary to popular belief, although Wikipedia isn't an accepted "credible" source for papers and whatnot, it's usually pretty good for getting a surface level understanding of something. Most, if not all, articles have sources at the bottom you can check too.
From The Amateur Magician’s Handbook: