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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
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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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Ackerman Convincing Control by Allan Ackerman

This is Ackerman's variation of the Convincing Control.

runtime: 1min 45s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
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

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Fingertip Control by Allan Ackerman

Allan teaches two fingertip controls, one by Charlie Miller from Expert Card Technique and the other by Ed Marlo from his Fingertip Control book.

runtime: 3min 36s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Overhand Shuffle Control by Allan Ackerman

This is a basic card control - easy to do, but also easy to mess up. It allows you to control the top half of the deck. Allan teaches several fine points and variations, including the slip shuffle where the bottom card is maintained during an overhand shuffle.

runtime: 3min 57s

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Keep Jog While Dribbling by Allan Ackerman

A jogged card can be seen by a spectator if the pack is placed on the table. Allan teaches you how to use a dribble to disguise the jog, but at the same time allows you to maintain the jogged card.

runtime: 54s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Automatic Jog by Allan Ackerman

This is a Paul LePaul control, one of the classic, easy, but wonderfully deceptive techniques to get a break above a selected card.

runtime: 49s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Kick Count To Crimp by Allan Ackerman

Use a Kick Count to crimp a peeked at card.

runtime: 53s

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Fan Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

Once you have mastered the Maintain Break With Fan technique you can use this idea to rather glimpse a card than keep the break.

runtime: 44s

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
All Around Square Up Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

Once you hold a break, this technique allows you to peek the card while you square up the deck.

runtime: 51s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Maintain Break With Fan by Allan Ackerman

This is a very deceptive technique. It allows you to keep a break while doing a pressure fan.

runtime: 2min 13s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Controlling Cards to Top or Bottom by Allan Ackerman

Here you will learn a couple of ways to cut cards to the top or bottom. Allan also demonstrates the Kick Count which is used to change the breal from under the card you want to control to above the card.

runtime: 3min 3s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Klaus Breakout Display by Allan Ackerman

This is a wonderful Roger Klause idea to openly display a deck merely resting on your fingers while maintaining a break.

runtime: 59s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Marlo Break by Allan Ackerman

Once you have a break you want to handle and display the deck such that it appears to be impossible to hold a break. Here is one sequence of bends and riffles developed by Ed Marlo and published in his Card Control Series from the 1950s.

runtime: 53s

2009 / 5 / 12
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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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
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

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
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

2009 / 5 / 12
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