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Allan Ackerman
Ace Assembly Variation by Allan Ackerman

You deal four hands of cards. The first card for each hand is an ace followed by four indifferent cards. However, magically all the aces assembly in the performers packet.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 4min 1s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Spectator Cuts the Aces by Allan Ackerman

A deck rests on the table. The spectator is asked to cut it into four roughly equal packets. The top card on each packet turns out to be an ace.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 2min 3s

2009 / 6 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Ten Card Trick by Allan Ackerman

This is Allan's variation of the famous Eleven Card Trick. That reads like a joke, but it ain't. The spectator counts ten cards and hands them to the performer who double checks counting them aloud. However often he counts, adds and removes cards, they never really are ten cards. (Requires knowledge of Carly's False Count.)

runtime: 6min 40s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Deceptive Perception by Allan Ackerman

This is an updated handling of a Le Paul effect. A blue and a red backed deck are used. The spectator selects a card from the blue backed deck. This card is mixed into a small packet of red backed cards. Magically the back colors change and suddenly the selected card has a red back and the other cards are now all blue backed.

runtime: 5min 8s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
No Palm Travelers by Allan Ackerman

This routine was first published in Allan's Moose Notes. The subject of the performance is shuffle tracking. Spectators are signing the four kings, which are lost in the pack. Nevertheless the magician finds them. But then they magically change to the four aces and the kings are found in various pockets of the magicians suit.

runtime: 16min 3s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Twins by Allan Ackerman

This is Allan's handling of a famous Brother John Hamman effect. Black queens transform into red queens and black kings transform into red kings, all tied together in a fun story of a double date going to a bar.

runtime: 5min 28s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Evapor-ace-tion by Allan Ackerman

The four aces are shown. When they are counted and they reduce to three, then two, one and finally none. A few cuts and the aces are found again in the deck.

runtime: 3min 34s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Twisting the Aces by Allan Ackerman

This is a tremendously visual effect developed by Dai Vernon using the Elmsley Count. The aces one by one turn face-up while the four aces are merely shown and counted. For the climax the black aces change place with the red aces while they are resting in the spectators hand.

If you want an even more visual twisting effect, then take a look at Waving the Aces by Guy Hollingworth.

runtime: 4min 14s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Faro Mental Displacement by Allan Ackerman

This is a 'princess' style mental effect. Spectator receives a few cards, remembers one of them and then these cards are shuffled back into the rest of the deck. The performer shows groups of cards to the spectator until a group is identified that holds the spectator thought of card. The card magically travels from one packet to another packet exactly to the position that a second spectator cut to.

runtime: 5min 21s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Marlo's Matching Routine by Allan Ackerman

The deck is shuffled. Spectator cuts off a small packet and sets it aside. The performer selects one card from the remaining cards. It turns out that this is the mate card to the card on the bottom of the spectator cut packet. The same procedure is repeated and again the performer is able to pick the mate card. In ever more impossible ways the spectator selects cards which turn out to be located next to their mates.

This routine was first published in Faro Control Miracles. It uses the stay stack principle.

runtime: 16min 52s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
The Gun by Allan Ackerman

This is an effect by Francis Carlyle. It is an unusual revelation of a peeked at card. The Ace of Spades, also known among gamblers as 'the bullet', is used to shoot out the spectators card.

runtime: 2min 22s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Acetamation by Allan Ackerman

This is one of Ed Marlo's best routines also sometimes called "Miracle Ace Cutting" and was first published in Faro Control Miracles. The patter Allan uses is from Dai Vernon and tells the story of a one handed gambler who miraculously can cut to the aces.

runtime: 6min 52s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Acrobatic Aces by Allan Ackerman

This is another classic of card magic, a routine first published in Paul LePaul's book. The four aces are put back into the deck at different locations. The deck is shuffled and one half is half-way stuck into the other half. A few flicks and one ace at a time flies out of the deck.

runtime: 1min 58s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Marlo's Spade Routine by Allan Ackerman

A deck is riffle shuffled. Spectator cuts off a portion and performer can tell by the weight of the packet how many cards were cut. Performer quickly glances through the deck. Spectator calls out a number and performer knows immediately the card at that position in the deck. Then a poker hand is dealt with the magician dealing himself a straight flush. And the routine ends with a game of bridge where the performer receives all 13 spades, the best hand you can have in a game of bridge.

This is a routine Ed Marlo published in the 1940s in his book Spades - that is where the name of the routine...

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Allan Ackerman
Vernon's Triumph by Allan Ackerman

This is an all time classic routine first published in Stars of Magic developed by Dai Vernon. A card is selected, lost in the deck, and then cards are shuffled together face-up and face-down mixing them into a big mess. Magically all cards turn back face-down except the one chosen by the spectator which is found to be face-up in the center of the deck.

runtime: 5min 5s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Cutting Aces & Kings by Allan Ackerman

This is a nice opening effect for a routine where you need aces and kings. Performer shuffles and cuts to produce two kings. He does that another time to produce the other two kings and repeats the sequence to produce the four aces.

runtime: 2min 8s

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Allan Ackerman
Poker Deal with Color Changing Deck by Allan Ackerman

Face-up and face-down cards are shuffled together and then dealt for a five handed game of poker. Some cards will be face-up and some will be face-down. However, the performer is able to deal himself mostly face-down cards whereas everybody else receives all face-up cards. The four face-down cards the magician received turn out to be the four aces. On top of it the backs of these four aces have a different color than the rest of the cards.

runtime: 4min 50s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Card Through Table by Allan Ackerman

This is a routine by Carmen D'Amico. The effect is exactly what the title says. The performer passes a freely selected and ungimmicked card three times right through the table.

runtime: 3min 4s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Ackerman's All Backs by Allan Ackerman

This is a fun routine that first appeared in Allan's Magic Mafia book. It is based on a Dai Vernon plot from the 60s. However, a typical 'all backs' routine requires many moves - half passes and double lifts. Here Allan has engineered a routine with a lot less moves. You could even do this routine while maintaining a stacked deck.

You show a deck that consists of cards that have backs printed on the front and back. This changes then to faces on both sides of the cards until everything goes back to normal.

runtime: 6min 30s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Blank Thought Deck by Allan Ackerman

The performer fans a deck of cards which are all blank. Spectator merely thinks of a card. Performer removes the thought of card, which is naturally again a blank card. Magically the blank card turns into the thought of card and as a climax the whole blank deck turns into a regular deck.

runtime: 3min 31s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Professional Ace Cutting by Allan Ackerman

Performer repeatedly riffle shuffles the deck and still cuts to all four aces one at a time. This is an Ed Marlo routine.

runtime: 2min 25s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Roy Walton's Think of a Card by Allan Ackerman

This is a Roy Walton's effect where Allan has slightly changed the method. A spectator selected card ends up between the two red kings.

runtime: 3min 56s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
Don't Think Out Loud by Allan Ackerman

A spectator peeks at a card and performer knows which card was peeked at. This is done twice in a row and both times the performer is correct.

runtime: 3min 9s

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Allan Ackerman
Downers & Uppers by Allan Ackerman

This is a neat ambitious type card routine where it appears that the deck consists of all the same cards because the same card can be found on the top, center and bottom.

It is assumed that you know the Ultra Move, Double Deal and a double lift.

runtime: 2min 13s

2009 / 6 / 15
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Allan Ackerman
No Throw Monte by Allan Ackerman

This is a routine Roger Klause and Allan Ackerman worked out in the 70s. The effect is the classic find the black lady. The classic effect is to throw three cards on the table face-down. Here the cards are simply displayed and counted to the table to achieve the same basic effect: the spectator never finds the black lady. The three card monte is expanded to a four card monte and the climax is that the cards change to the four aces.

runtime: 9min 36s

2009 / 6 / 15
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