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Getting Packets the Same Size by Allan Ackerman

Use the faro shuffle to quickly without counting get to two equally sized packages.

runtime: 1min

2009 / 5 / 13
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Hamman Count by Allan Ackerman

This count by Brother John Hamman allows you to hide a block of cards.

runtime: 1min 12s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Hartman Change by Allan Ackerman

Blowing on the top card changes its face. Allan also teaches how this method can be used to prepare for a second consecutive color change.

runtime: 1min 8s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Havana Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

This is another Ed Marlo creation - a stud bottom deal.

runtime: 1min 47s

2009 / 5 / 11
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Heirophant Change by Allan Ackerman

The heirophant change is a color change that happens while a card is snapped to the table. It was developed by Ed Marlo.

runtime: 1min 4s

2009 / 5 / 11
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Here's Hockley by Allan Ackerman

Essentially this is a reverse Biddle action where the Biddle move is used as a force. This idea was developed by Ed Marlo. (If anybody knows why this is called "Here's Hockley" please email us.)

runtime: 1min 45s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Hit Double Lift by Allan Ackerman

This double lift does not need a 'get ready'.

runtime: 1min 8s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Hofzinser Bottom Card Force by Allan Ackerman

This is similar to the Hofzinser Force with the difference that we are now forcing the bottom card versus a card close to the top.

runtime: 1min 2s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Hofzinser Card Control by Allan Ackerman

This is also often called the Hofzinser Cull or Spread Cull, developed by Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser. It is a very versatile move and the grandfather of the Convincing Control.

runtime: 1min 27s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Hofzinser Control To Top by Allan Ackerman

Use a Hofzinser Card Control type action to control a card to the top.

runtime: 54s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Hofzinser Force by Allan Ackerman

This is a very clean force of a card close to the top. Allan also shares a subtlety by Jimmy Grippo to make this force look even more convincing and fair.

runtime: 1min 44s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Hofzinser Switch by Allan Ackerman

Use the Hofzinser cull action to switch a block of cards for another set of cards.

runtime: 2 min

2009 / 5 / 12
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How To Practice False Dealing by Allan Ackerman

The best way to practice your false deals is to do it in front of spectators. However, until you have mastered the deal you can't realy use it. Allan shows you how you can practice dealing while performing for the public.

runtime: 2min 16s

2009 / 5 / 11
$3

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Hugard Braue Addition by Allan Ackerman

A classic move developed by two great magicians, Jean Hugard and Fred Braue.

runtime: 2min 57s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Hunter False Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is the G. W. Hunter False Shuffle, an overhand false shuffle, that leaves the entire deck in order.

runtime: 1min 34s

2009 / 5 / 12
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In-Hand Faro Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

Allan describes in detail how to do an in-the-hand faro shuffle. He explains the difference between an in-faro and out-faro, how to correct if the weave is not perfect, as well as several other fine points and tips to make this difficult move easier to perform and practice.

runtime: 11min 4s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Incomplete Faro Control by Allan Ackerman

This technique allows you to control a spectator selected card exactly to the 26th position from the top.

runtime: 2min 11s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Incomplete Faro With Jog by Allan Ackerman

This is technique from Trapdoor Magazine, a variation of the Incomplete Faro Control, and it allows you to control a selected card to the top or bottom.

runtime: 1min 17s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Instant Ace Revelation by Allan Ackerman

This visual and simple ace display was worked out by Lee Asher, Darin Martineau and Allan Ackerman.

runtime: 2min

2009 / 5 / 12
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Ireland's False Count by Allan Ackerman

This count deceives both the eyes and the ears.

runtime: 1min 18s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Ireland's Red Black Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is an overhand shuffle that allows you to retain cards in their respective half. Say you have all black cards in the top half of the deck and all red cards in the bottom half of the deck. This shuffle will keep all the red and black cards together. But it is not a complete false shuffle, because each half by itself is shuffled. This is a very useful move for effects like Out Of This World, Oil and Water, and other others.

runtime: 1min 21s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Jennings Add On by Allan Ackerman

Another beautiful switch attributed to Larry Jennings and Ken Krenzel.

runtime: 1min 33s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Jiminy Cricket Count by Allan Ackerman

This is a 2-4-4 count developed by Ed Marlo. You show two cards at the same time, table them and then show the remaining two cards, all while you hide two of the four cards.

runtime: 49s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Jordan Count by Allan Ackerman

The Jordan Count, developed by Charles Jordan, interfaces nicely with the Elmsley Count, because after the Jordan Count you are setup to do an Elmsley Count and vice versa, after an Elmsley Count you can do a Jordan Count without any adjustment, always hiding one card.

runtim: 1min 34s

2009 / 5 / 13
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