oBest card control

Jun 8, 2012
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I was wondering which card controls were the most effective when performing, or whether it is better to use a pass such as; herman, turnover or spread. I usually perform to small crowds of 1-4 people!
 
Nov 19, 2010
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I've always said this and always will. Just learn a classic pass and practice it like crazy. Nothing looks better then openly putting a card into the deck and seemingly do nothing. I don't like double undercut because it shows you shuffling the cards around right after returning their card. A pass is the best in my opinion.
 
Dec 23, 2007
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my go to controls are as follows
-classic pass
-miller cascade control variation
-side steal
-double undercut
-ego slip
-unpublished control by me (may have been invented elsewhere)
 
Apr 26, 2011
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loosing control by lee asher
orbit control by chris brown
bluff pass
miller cascade control
double lift
wesley james add-on

in my opinion the best control are usually the boldest as everything is staight to the point
 
May 6, 2012
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1. Dmb spread control/Dmb to any position variation
2. The Kelly Psych
3. Double undercut variation
4. Cherry control (I don't perform this control in real life performances)
 
Jun 10, 2012
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You gotta learn how to cull its very easy but extremely invisble i would say got kostya kimlats roadrunner cull dvd
 

Josh Burch

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Aug 11, 2011
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1. Double undercut
2. Turn over pass
3. Diagonal palm shift
4. Double lift

I've found myself doing less and less card controls though. With a lot of what I do a peak, force work fine.
 
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