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 Post subject: In the hands false riffle shuffle w/bridge
PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 2:17 pm 
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Does anyone know anywhere to find this?


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Ah-Ha, Harkey/Anderson

Drawing Room Deceptions, Hollingworth

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 11:37 pm 
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heinstein, but i would go with the shuffle in Ah Ha, cause I saw it used in one of Oz's videos and it looked amazing (I've been wanting to get that book for some time). Hein stein doesn't look as real, and unless you practice and do it smoothly and fast, one (short) part of the shuffle has terrible angles.


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Lennart Green has a great false riffle shuffle complete with bridge that is much better than the Heinstein. I think it's coming out in one of his new videos. I'm not too sure though. It looks INCREDIBLE. A friend of mine showed it to me and I seriously thought he was joking when he told me that it was a false.


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The Zarrow shuffle looks amazing but I don't know any more info about this (I just saw the demo).


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well all u do is a false riffle shuffle then bridge


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daryls encyclopedia of card sleights volume 1


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I'm curious if anyone has any info. What got people into doing bridges when riffle shuffling? I mean, it doesn't mix the cards up any more after the actual shuffle. Yet everyone shuffling usually does it. I guess maybe cause it's easier than just squaring up the cards afterwards? Or quicker? Dunno why I thought of this, just curiosity I guess..


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it looks cool Besides, its the only flourish that laymen can do. I guess it also proves that the deck is shuffled, since you get to see the cards fall on top of each other, unlike just squaring it, where someone might be doing the zarrow or a strip out etc.


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1st off: there isnt even remotely anything close to being a false riffle shuffle on EOCS Vol. 1. Guy Hollingworth has a good one in 'Drawing Room Deceptions'. Lennart Green is supposedly coming out with one in one of the volumes of 'Green Magic Vol. 4-6' which come out tommorow!!! And there is the Heinstien which you can find in 'The Hienstien Shuffle' video. And if im correct there is one in a volume of 'Tarbell'.


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Don't get the heinstein. Though it is taught in the video, I am pretty sure the false shuffle taught in Ah Ha and Drawing room deceptions will be better (i don't have either book).

If you want to know where you can see a demo of the shuffle in Ah Ha, PM me.

yea, I heard there are some great false shuffles in Tarbell, but
ive been hopelessly looking through the huge volumes and can't seem to find them. Maybe they're on the volume 7 which isn't included on my lybrary.com version...


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For a demonstration of the Anderson/Hollingworth shuffle, watch "Unshuffling Oz" on Oz Pearlman's site. It's also performed in the video for "Thought Foreseen."


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