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Topic: The Combination Shuffle by Ben Earl (false overhand shuffle)
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (Apr 28, 2021 05:41AM)
This false overhand shuffle looks very good, must be a good shuffle for stack workers:


Is it easy to do/learn?
Message: Posted by: Mr. Mindbender (Apr 29, 2021 12:33AM)
As the title suggests, this excellent false shuffle uses aspects of a few classic false shuffles to create something that looks natural and is truly deceptive. Each of the elements is rather simple, the key is getting the knack of all of them in combination. So it'll take some repetitive practicing to get all to elements flowing together as one process, but as false shuffles go, I found this to be extremely attainable to anyone comfortable handling cards. What's great too, is that once you learn the pattern, you can play with different rhythms of how you execute this to make it look even more deceptive.
Message: Posted by: Nathan Horne (Apr 30, 2021 06:48AM)
I purchased the download last week and I've been practicing it daily as I'm sitting at my desk. It's going to be my go-to false shuffle. It looks really deceptive. TBH I think I'm just going to be doing it out of habit and muscle memory, regardless of me needing to false shuffle or not. It's just so fun to perform...

The download's production value is amazing and it's well shot. The only thing I found weird is that I got 2 separate videos for the same shuffle. Each one is shot slightly differently at a different location, but both seem to contain the same information.