This type of card trick is often used by the magicians but anyone can play this by just keeping a few simple things in mind. The trick requires four Kings along with Jokers but you may also use 9s and 8s. You place the four Kings down on the table such that one King is at the Top and the other three at the bottom in a side by side position. After that you place one Joker over the King at the Top. As you will pick one King from the table and place it between the jokers, it will disappear and the spectator will be amazed to see this. Although all the Kings should be together but when the cards are turned over, quite surprisingly they will be four aces.
Set the 4 jokers such that you have 2 Aces on 3rd and 4th position. Make sure that both the aces appear to be one single card so that you count four jokers before the audience, the Aces are not visible.
Now flip over the cards and put them on the deck. As you will deal the cards on the table saying that these are four Kings you will actually be dealing 2 Kings and 2 Aces with the other 2 Kings still on the top of the deck.
Now you pick the other pack that you made with 4 Jokers and 2 Aces. Showing that you are pulling Joker from the pack to the audience, you end up pulling out an Ace and you put it over the Ace at the top.
Next you pick the King from the table and put it in the pack in your hand and show it to the audience. Doing a virtual count, you make 3 as 4 thus creating illusion for the audience that you have King disappeared.
Finally when you will flip over the cards placed on the table, it should be the four Kings for the spectators. However, they will come out as the Four Aces which will make the audience feel as there were holes in the cards.