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KenTheriot

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I'm having trouble with the HaLo Cut. Which of Harry's books is the best reference for it?

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According to Denis Behr's archive you can find it in several books. Here is what I found: 

http://archive.denisbehr.de/list/search?keyword=HaLo+Cut


I hope this helps.



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Thanks! I was just about to look through the archive. Thought there might be opinions on if there is one definitive best or first description.
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Hrm, I thought it was taught in JawDroppers because it's used in startler, and Harry usually teaches all the moves you need in the routine in the book, but apparently not. Well I learned it first from Rim Shots from the Classic Collection 2, in my opinion the best card book ever.
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I also seem to remember that he teaches it in one of his Best Ever DVDs... 

Found it... He must teach it within HaLo Aces...






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Found it in Personal Collection. Those illustrations are helping a lot. In that book, Harry says: "I originally taught it in RIM SHOTS, where I first “gave away” the basic HaLo (Bottom Slip) Cut." And thanks for the video!

For reference, it's page 131 in RIM SHOTS, at the beginning of the description for HaLo Aces.
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HaLo Aces makes for a phenomenal opener...
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Ken, I use the HaLo cut frequently, but originally had difficulty making it flow. My reason? Dry hands, especially that certain "place" that anchors the slip cut. I always make sure that area is sufficiently moist in advance of the move and it flows like lava.
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I have that collection that l clip is from. It's fun watching Mr. Lorayne perform magic
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