Cheating At Gin
by George Joseph
Gin and its many variations is one of the most popular card games ever invented. Children as well as adults play the game regularly as it is wildly popular at venues such as schools, private clubs and even family gatherings. It is also a very competitive gambling game where thousands of dollars can be won or lost in a short time. Because it is basically a two-person game, without supervision, it is very susceptible to cheating.
On this DVD George Joseph who is an authority on cheating techniques discusses, demonstrates and explains the many methods that are regularly used to cheat at Gin.
Subjects covered include: Pushthrough shuffle, stripout shuffle, false up the ladder cut, retaining the top and bottom stocks, overhand shuffle techniques, location play, drop-off shift, holding out, faro shuffle, heel peek, bottom peek, glim work, box ruse, double deal, playing heavy, bottom palm, top palm, toss palm, marking cards, bend work, nail nicking, sanding, daub, strippers, marked cards, strike second deal, bottom deal, counterfeit meld, cold decking and much more.
Sold for educational and entertainment purposes only. Millions of dollars are lost every year to card cheaters and we recommend that anyone who plays Gin be familiar with these techniques in order to protect themselves.
Running time Approximately 45 minutes