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Allan Ackerman
Combining the Faro and Riffle Stack by Allan Ackerman

You will learn how to effectively combine faro stacking with riffle stacking. Allan teaches a wonderful effect "The 10-Hand Poker Deal Demonstration" where the spectator chooses the hand that should receive the 4 aces. No false dealing is necessary. Everything is accomplished with stacking.

runtime: 3min 24s

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Stay Stack by Allan Ackerman

One of the great principles in faro shuffling is the stay stack principle. Allan describes what the stay stack is, how it should be suffled, and how to get into a stay from new deck order.

runtime: 3min 16s

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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

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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

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Automatic Placement Control by Allan Ackerman

This technique allows you to place a selected card inbetween two other cards with one faro shuffle. For example, two face up kings catch a face down selection between them. You will need to know the Incomplete Faro Control to successfully perform this move.

runtime: 1min 30s

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Any Card At Any Number by Allan Ackerman

The faro shuffle allows you to place a certain card at a certain location. You will learn how to mix in-faros with out-faros in the right way to achieve this effect.

runtime: 4min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Getting Packets the Same Size by Allan Ackerman

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

runtime: 1min

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Faro Divider by Allan Ackerman

This is a neat technique to split a deck into four packets of exactly 13 cards each without counting.

runtime: 1min 18s

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Reverse Faro by Allan Ackerman

You will encounter the term 'Reverse Faro' quite frequently in card literature. In this little video Allan will explain and demonstrate what is meant by it.

runtime: 1min 7s

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Faro As Cull by Allan Ackerman

Four Aces that are spread throughout the deck are being 'culled' to the top by two faro shuffles.

runtime: 1min 18s

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Elmsley Count or Ghost Count by Allan Ackerman

The Elmsley count, developed by Alex Elmsley, is probably the easiest and most deceptive count there is. Allan calls it 'the monster move of the 20th century'. Countless of routines have been devised using this move. The most famous of all is Twisting the Aces by Dai Vernon.

runtime: 2min 43s

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Counting Terminology by Allan Ackerman

If you wonder what the 'Underground Elmsley' is or what a 344 or 345 count is, then you will find out here in this video. Allan also shares a few more fine points on the best way to perform the Elmsley count.

runtime: 2min 32s

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OPEC Count by Allan Ackerman

OPEC stands for Out of Position Elmsley Count - a variation by Ed Marlo.

runtime: 1min 25s

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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

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3-4-3 Count by Allan Ackerman

Show three cards as four while actually having three cards.

runtime: 52s

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3-5-4 Count by Allan Ackerman

Count three cards as five while actually holding four cards.

runtime: 2min 8s

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2-X-2 Count by Allan Ackerman

Count two cards as many cards as you like.

runtime: 54s

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2-4-4 Count by Allan Ackerman

Count two cards as four while holding four cards.

runtime: 1min 1s

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Allan Ackerman
Olram Subtlety by Allan Ackerman

This is a very deceptive and visual 3-4-4 count, hiding one card, developed by Ed Marlo. In case you wonder who or what 'Olram' is, that is Marlo spelled backwards.

runtime: 1min 32s

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Allan Ackerman
OPOS Count by Allan Ackerman

OPOS stands for Out of Position Olram Subtlety. It is a 3-4-4 count.

runtime: 1min 8s

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Gemini Count by Allan Ackerman

This 2-4-4 count was developed by Brother John.

runtime: 1min 48s

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Allan Ackerman
Rhythm Count Jennings by Allan Ackerman

This is a 2-4-4 count and it can be used as replacement wherever a Gemini Count is needed. It is a beautifully flowing and deceptive count. By some accounts the best card count developed to this date.

runtime: 1min 40s

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Rhythm Count Ackerman by Allan Ackerman

Here Allan Ackerman combines Dai Vernon's Optical Move with Larry Jennings' Rhythm Count to achieve an even more visual deceptive rhythm count variety.

runtime: 2min 1s

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Rhythm Count Carpenter by Allan Ackerman

This is a Jack Carpenter variation of Larry Jennings' Rhythm Count.

runtime: 1min 29s

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