Pinky Count Card Sleight Tutorial



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The Pinky count is a great utility moves that allows you to get a break under a number of cards with just one hand. In my opinion, this is the best get ready for a double lift and it will clean up your overall card handling. It will take practice and you will need to develop hand strength to do it well, but it is worth it.

Credits/Sources
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First published as Olindo Galluccio’s “Little Finger Count” in Genii, Vol. 21, No. 1, September 1956, p. 15.

Deck Used
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Aristocrat Banknote Deck
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39 thoughts on “Pinky Count Card Sleight Tutorial”

  1. It's so hard for me, my hands are too small as my pinky finger can't reach the bottom of the dect😭😭

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  2. To me pinky count doesn’t look as good as riffle not a big riffle
    But small

    It just makes it looks obvious as a setup but what works better than riffle or pinky is just getting feel for 2 cards on finger and just do double lift trust me looks better and doesn’t get caught

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  3. thanks, thanks thanks! did this first time, and practice all day, my pinky was dead by then. Now, a week later, I can dop this move no problem.

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  4. After practicing my pinky count on a deck, the whole deck is kinda bend down a lil bit so when i turn the deck face up, i find it is really hard to do the pinky count so are there any tips for this? do i need apply less pressure or sthing?

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  5. Thank you so much! I've been trying to find a decent pinky break video for ages and I saw this in a caption on another of your videos and took a chance. This is exactly what I was looking for. You're other videos are great too, so you've got yourself another subscriber.

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  6. Wow, those classic sleight learning days from the past, when 52kards really got me going with sleights and decks and everything else! 🙂

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  7. Im having problems with this move i realise hiw old this is but any advice would be awsome

    When i apy pressure for the count my ring finger naturally wants to apply the same pressure i cant push my pinky down and keep my ring finger straight
    So im fighting my ring finger but im struggling to apply pressure to the thumb pinky and keep the ring finger loose any advice

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  8. For you people moving your ring finger with your pinky: it's because your whole lift your ring finger has been helping your pinky out. Just practice and reverse the conditioning. Gonna take time to detrain something you have literally been doing your whole life.

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  9. I tried this for about 15 minutes after and thought it was really hard…
    Until I realised I was using my non-dominant hand for some reason

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  10. Im a complete novice and have practiced this for 5 min so take my observations with a grain of salt. I think it's important to focus on applying the pressure as close to the TIP of your pinky as possible. And keeping the left edge of the deck OUTSIDE of your palm as he has. Not in your palm. Then it's easier to control your ring finger for whatever reason.

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  11. i remember the pain I had to go through to learn pinky count. but sadly still i am not as good in pinky counting with my left hand as good as i am with my right hand. with my right hand i mastered in a day as it is my dominant hand. but after a month still i am having trouble doing it with left hand 🙁 it makes me angry at my left hand.

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  12. Hiie Asad, may you teach us how to do the pinky clip?(im not sure how its spelt) but i think its basically a move where you clip a card between the pinky and the ring finger at the base of the hand

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