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Allan Ackerman
Minus One Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

'Minus one' means that you do not deal the bottom card but the second from the bottom - sort of a second but dealt from the bottom. This is an Allan Ackerman invention and uses a push off bottom technique.

runtime: 1min 57s

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Center Deal Change by Allan Ackerman

This is a heirophant type card change using the Push Off Center Deal.

runtime: 1min 26s

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One-Handed Center Deal by Allan Ackerman

You can achieve a terrific illusion with this one-handed center deal of the push off variety.

runtime: 1min 25s

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Side Glide by Allan Ackerman

This is a well thought out Dai Vernon version of the Glide. Every finger position and movement has its reason. The Glide is not necessarily the most deceptive move, but it is easy to do. This version is very deceptive. As is so often the case, Vernon elevates a simple move to a masterpiece of deception.

runtime: 1min 8s

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Allan Ackerman
Double Deal by Allan Ackerman

The double deal is to secretly deal the bottom card together with the top card. Here Allan combines the dealing action with turning the card(s) face up on the deck revealing the bottom card.

runtime: 1min 15s

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Quick 3-Way by Allan Ackerman

Allan applies the Double Deal to a quick 3-way sequence popular in color monte routines.

runtime: 1min 15s

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Little Finger Break by Allan Ackerman

Holding a little finger break is probably the most basic and important technique to master in card magic. Allan teaches you how to make this break invisible.

runtime: 1min 54s

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Allan Ackerman
Spectator Peek by Allan Ackerman

Let a spectator peek a card from the deck and catch the break with your little finger. This is a very deceptive method and avoids the over-used line "pick a card".

runtime: 1min 16s

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Allan Ackerman
Book Break Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

This is a glimpse Johnny Thompson liked to do. It is a very deceptive glimpse, executed at an off beat moment and literally undetectable.

runtime: 1min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Draun's Fan Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

This Steve Draun idea allows you to peek the card while you do fan cards using a pressure fan. This is in contrast to techniques where you glimpse at or after closing the fan.

runtime: 1min 8s

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Allan Ackerman
Fan Jog by Allan Ackerman

A terrific control from a fan, created by Paul LePaul. You insert a selected card into a pressure fan. After closing the fan you have the selected card jogged, which allows you to take a break above or below.

runtime: 1min 16s

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Allan Ackerman
Fingertip Control Force by Allan Ackerman

This is similar to a riffle force but in fingertip control position. You riffle while the spectator says stop.

runtime: 1min 8s

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Convincing Control by Allan Ackerman

This is a very deceptive and very popular control attributed to both Ed Marlo and Larry Jennings.

runtime: 1min 58s

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Ackerman Convincing Control by Allan Ackerman

This is Ackerman's variation of the Convincing Control.

runtime: 1min 45s

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Simon-England Convincing Control by Allan Ackerman

Frank Simon and Don England independently came up with this variation on the Convincing Control.

runtime: 1min 9s

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Allan Ackerman
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

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Allan Ackerman
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

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Allan Ackerman
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

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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

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Bluff Pass by Allan Ackerman

The bluff pass is a very nice way to get a selected card to second from top when it looks like that you are burrying the card in the center of the deck. Allan also tips a bluff Kelly replacement - something to fool your magic friends.

runtime: 1min 42s

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Vernon Pass by Allan Ackerman

This is a turnover pass developed by Dai Vernon.

runtime: 1min 20s

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Allan Ackerman
Draun's Midnight Shift by Allan Ackerman

This is a Herman style pass developed by Steve Draun.

runtime: 1min 5s

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Turnover Pass by Allan Ackerman

This is another Herman style turnover passe. You execute a pass while turning over the deck.

runtime: 1min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Christ Twist by Allan Ackerman

You will learn two half passes, one by Henry Christ what is called the Christ Twist and the other by Ken Krenzel, the Mechanical Reverse.

runtime: 1min 26s

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