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ChrisK
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On 2008-01-28 15:56, Joshua Barrett wrote:
Why not just do a false shuffle then a real cut instead of making it complicated with a "special move"


Ditto that. In fact, a simple swivel cut will do won't it? Why draw extra attention to yourself and the deck when you don't have to.
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Do a push hough and then the bottom half goes to the top.


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AlexanderYan
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There is a false shuffle that was taught to me by Jeff McBride, but can be seen on Eugene Burger's Stevens Magic Emporium video. He uses it in his routine, "Diamond Jack". It is extremely convincing, occurs in the hands, and can easily be used to simply cut the deck under the guise of a somewhat sloppy shuffle.

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Lennart green's "real green shuffle"

Benjamin Earl's "grey shuffle"
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My vote is on a push through or strip out and then legitmately cut the deck. Or a false strip cut. I use a false strip to set a key card. It gives the impression of a fair shuffle while maintaining full deck order.
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