15-Year-Old Magician Leaves 'America's Got Talent' Judges Spellbound With Epic Card Tricks

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This season of
America's Got Talenthas seen its fair share of mind-blowing magic acts, from a techno-wizard who could control people's phones to a close-up magician who turned quarters into rose petals.

In this clip from the upcoming episode of AGT, a 15-year-old kid named Henry Richardson joins the ranks of the illusionists who have left the judges absolutely mystified.

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The charming teen -- who revealed to the judges that his interest in magic and sleight of hand came from watching America's Got Talent with his dad when he was younger -- said his dream is "to perform in front of as many people as possible, and hopefully make you guys all happy today."

Richardson certainly achieved the second half of that dream with his amazing close-up card tricks that left judges Mel B and Simon Cowell stupefied.

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From switching a signed card from Mel B's closed hands with a card from his deck to magically guessing exactly what image Cowell was thinking of -- Richardson proved that just because you're young doesn't mean you don't have the skills to amaze.

Check out the video below for a look at another magic act -- involving a pair of twin brothers and a magical screen -- that brought down the house earlier this season.