Written by Allan Ackerman

2005
Work of Allan Ackerman

54 pages (Spiralbound), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(33 entries)

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Allan Ackerman Foreword
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Allan Ackerman New Math Addition perpendicular hidout, Tamariz
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Allan Ackerman The Olram Plus Count Olram variation
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Bob Veeser, Allan Ackerman The Bluff Shift to bottom
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Allan Ackerman Block Slip Cut apparently open single slip cut, erdnase break
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Allan Ackerman The HP Action Hidden Packet maneuver, underneath thumb fan
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Allan Ackerman The HP Half Pass Hidden Packet maneuver, under cover of thumb fan
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Allan Ackerman The A-I Move "Asher-Inspired", control to bottom with Pulp Friction methodology
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Allan Ackerman, Harvey Rosenthal HP Center Load Variation Hidden Packet maneuver, small block reversed and loaded into center
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Allan Ackerman The Auto-Unload removing cards from deck, secretly holding one back
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Allan Ackerman The Ultra Rub-a-Dub-Dub face-up
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Allan Ackerman, Juan Tamariz The P-Shift multiple shift that palms cards in left hand
Related to 18
Edward Marlo, Allan Ackerman Old Marlo - New Handle named card has an X on back, see Marlo's X-Deck (The Best in Magic, p. 120)
Inspired by 21
Allan Ackerman Finesse the Finessed Travelers including a deck switch
Related to 23
Steve Draun Pocket Change Bag showing pocket empty
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Dave Rumfield Card from Shirt Pocket
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Allan Ackerman Follow the Leader
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Jack Carpenter, Allan Ackerman Revisiting Molly monte routine in which money card changes at end and appears reversed in deck
Inspired by 29
Dai Vernon Vernon Utility Move
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Unknown An Instant Flip-Over Change
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Allan Ackerman The Prequel and Sequel aces transpose with card in pocket, McDonald's Aces is performed, aces travel to pockets, designed to ring double facers in and out
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Marc DeSouza The Shapeshifter Change brief
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Theodore Annemann Jinx Switch
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Art Altman Double Undercut Palm
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Allan Ackerman LJ visits BJ visitors handling with third phase
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Allan Ackerman, Cliff Green Quad Technique four as two turned over
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John Guastaferro, Allan Ackerman A Bigger Surprise no-throw monte routine with surprise transformation
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Jack Carpenter Flushtration Count Variation
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Ken Krenzel Monte Plus Plus
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Jack Carpenter, Allan Ackerman I Dance for the Devious - Two queens vanish one by one, reproduced at once together again
Inspired by 43
Allan Ackerman The 23 Year Old Clean Up
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Allan Ackerman Fingertip Rhythm two as four
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Allan Ackerman An Impromptu Finesse the Finessed
Inspired by 53