Legerdemain \lej-ur-duh-MAIN\, noun:

1. Sleight of hand.
2. A display of skill, trickery, or artful deception.

We are inclined to regard the treatment of [paradoxes] . . . as a mere legerdemain of words.
— Benjamin Jowett, Dialogues of Plato

Their alleged legerdemain at the blackjack table and roulette wheel of the luxurious Salle Anglaise was caught on closed-circuit television.
— “Double dealing puts Monte Carlo in a spin”, Daily Telegraph, February 23, 1997

There is a certain knack or legerdemain in argument.
— Shaftesbury, Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times

Legerdemain is from Old French leger de main, literally “light of hand”: leger, “light” + de, “of” + main, “hand.”

Dictionary.com Entry and Pronunciation for legerdemain

I don’t know what is the best part of this video. The hot blond german twins? Hearing a flowing string of German interrupted with “Poker face” and “50/50 chance”? Or is it just the sheer unadulterated anticipation as you immediately grasp where this video is going… I gotta tell you though, I might have a few more choice words to say than simply “Schei├če

“Is this your link?

Here’s one that works. And works well.

The hand is faster than the link.