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edh
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Where can I find a source for this? I would like to learn it. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks edh
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Pm me and I will teach it to you.. via video demo...........
the count can also be found on JC Wagners video Queens Debate.....
the rhythm count by Jennings is one of the best or if not the best false count ever created.

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John Guastaferro brain storm card magic vol. 2 (jazz fusion effect) he explain the rhythm count plus several amazing cards routines but if you want a dvd focused on counts take a look on Allan Ackerman Advanced Card Control Series Vol 7
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It can also be found on J.C Wagner's Commercial Magic DVD.
S.Segal
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Or in JC Wagner's newest booklet, "Full Metal Jacket".
Check out the demo on http://www.meandjc.com for a cool trick utilizing the Jennings "Double Olram Subtlety" (later named the Rhythm Count).

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On 2005-06-30 18:34, vinsmagic wrote:
the rhythm count by Jennings is one of the best or if not the best false count ever created.

vinny

Yes Vinsmagic, but it depends in the situation, I want to add that is the best if you have a table...........
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Or try Jean Pierre Vallarino´s "Rhumba Count" instead.

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Glen the rhumba count only shows one card the rhythm count mimicks showing all four different cards.....
alejandro, if you are doing walk around you can use spectators hands
as I often do.
some other counts that are very powerful are the hamman count . and Lennart Green's mirror count.
as amatter of fact I also use my own count called the roll over count which I use in place of the Elmsley count...
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I agree the Rhythm Count is a very neat one that can be very casual and fair-looking. You have to have to correct timing though, it's everything in this count.
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I use this count in oil and water routines to great effect- very easy to master and looks very natural.
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Vinny - I've never heard of the roll over count. As it's your creation, would you be willing to explain it or submit a demo video?
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Jaun pm me with your email address and I willsend a demo of the handling of the roll over count
I demonstrated this cont to Jc waganer and Doc Eason they both loved it....

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Two handlings of the Rhythm Count are explained in Up In Smoke. Two effects using the count are also explained. Information can be found here: http://www.larryjennings.com/jennings_up_in_smoke.htm
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On 2005-06-30 18:04, edh wrote:
Where can I find a source for this? I would like to learn it. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks edh



I learned it from Allen Ackerman's lecture notes, "How to Tame a Moose" along with a great trick called, "Kings in the Corner". I do this trick regularly in my c/u routine and it always gets a great response.
The last I heard he could be e-mailed at ackerman_allen@hotmail.com

LEARN THIS MOVE. IT'S GREAT!!!!

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The original source is a trick called uniflection in the classic magic of larry jennings.
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Hey Noah, I may be wrong, but the original source is "A Visit With Larry Jennings"... 2 handlings were taught for tricks "A Logical Conclusion" and "Uni-Flection". It was also referred to as the "Double Olram Subtlety". Later on it was printed in "The Cardwright" and "Classic Magic" where it was named the "Rhythm Count".

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Hello Wand,
YOu might be interested to know that Allan has just begun to release his latest lecture notes for 2005 (the first in some years) with some great new material in them. The notes come with a performance only DVD which shows how the moves/effects should look. PM if you'd like to know a little about the effects as I have a set of the notes.
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It seems to me if someone comes in and asks a question how to do a simple count that everybody is afraid to tell them how to do it. Then sends them to a site where he could purchase a book or a tape.
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Afraid? Not really... first of all, exposure is against the rules in this particular forum. Secondly, he didn't ask to be taught, but asked for a "reference" which usually means he doesn't mind learning from a source like a "book or tape".

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