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bigchuck
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Are there any routines done with the Aronson stack similar to Sam the Bellhop or a Night At The Improv?

This is the stack I know cold and since this is how I arrange all my decks when I get them anyway -- I'd like to have a story to tell. Smile

I would think someone has gone and designed at least one or two good ones - any ideas you've seen in print or video?

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I would think someone has gone and designed at least one or two good ones - any ideas you've seen in print or video?

I have not seen anything like this so far...

But why don't you just look at the cards order of the Aronson stack and come up with your own story?

You could also use Nick Pudar's "Stackview" program, available for free at http://www.stackview.com and see how you could arrange the order of the Aronson stack after either one or a few cut(s), displacement(s), Faro shuffle(s), etc..., or a combination of some....

My 2 cents,

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Tamariz has a few ways of doing this with his stack. He does it using only half stacks though but the story's work out very well. You could probably apply his ideas to the Aronson.
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