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Profile of johnwolfe
The hindu shuffle force is very effective. Most of my performances are in banquet and club settings and the revelation of the card is the key to the routine's success and entertainment value. The finess that you may need at the close up table is not quite as critical in those settings. I have never had anyone question the legitimacy of their card selection in hundreds of shows.
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I find the riffle force to be very effective, especially using a lot of the subtleties from card college. But make sure you switch up your forces during your routine. If you aren't doing the classic force, doing the same force over and over may start to cause suspicion. I say using the simplest forces for times like these are the best such as the balducci, hindu shuffle, or even just get them to touch a card and do a top change before they look at it.
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I just stick with the Riffle force because "riffling" the cards is something I like to do. For instance, I like to do the LePaul Bluff pass, and also I like to "riffle" the cards as the magic "move" in my abitious card routine (as opposed to snapping). It just shows consistancy.
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