Trick

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Trick may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Trick McSorley (1852–1936), American professional baseball player
  • Armon Trick (born 1978), retired German international rugby union player
  • David Trick (born 1955), former Ontario civil servant and university administrator
  • Marcus Trick (born 1977), retired German international rugby union player
  • Stanley Arthur Trick (1884–1958), English cricketer for Essex
  • Stephanie Trick (born 1987), American stride, ragtime and jazz pianist
  • Trick Daddy (born 1973), American rapper and producer
  • Trick-Trick (born 1973), Detroit rapper

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

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Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Sports and games[edit]

  • Trick, skill, or element, a maneuver in various sports:
    • Trick, an acrobatic move performed in an acro dance
    • Juggling trick, a maneuver performed while juggling
    • Skateboarding trick, a maneuver performed on a skateboard
    • Trick shot, a shot played on a billiards table, which seems unlikely or impossible, or requires significant skill
  • Tricking, a martial arts-based sport with emphasis on aesthetics
  • Hat-trick, in sports, succeeding at anything three times in three consecutive attempts, or three times in one game
  • Trick-taking game, a type of card game

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