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jmstrings
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http://www.packthebowl.com/stuff/tripscheat.mov

It's best to just watch the video knowing that this could be happening in a poker game as one of the players is taking a second to chat about the last hand, and the dealer is shuffling the cards. Or, friendly conversation is going on. Whatever. Point is, there will never be heat or attention on the dealer, ever... unless you call it to yourself...

I don't speak in the video. All I'm doing is dealing out a game of hold 'em.

Say this is a game of 5 players (x variable) and you are the 5th position (y variable; you are the dealer).


Just let this remind you to be careful about who you play cards with. The most unsuspecting guy will be the most lucrative cheater.
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Fell asleep at the 40 second mark. Is that when you hit me with the cooler?

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Agreed, it is boring. Though it is also informative.
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I once heard that shuffling is sometimes done with the cards face-down. Has anyone else heard about this?
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On 2009-09-22 01:36, jmstrings wrote:
Point is, there will never be heat or attention on the dealer, ever... unless you call it to yourself...



If you ever were in any game I'm at, I'd watch you run singles while overhand shuffling a face-up deck with a bemused smile on my face, wait till you took your minute or two to "shuffle", and then ask someone to shuffle that deck properly.

The second time you tried you'd be booted.

The two different fake cuts with the magician's hand gestures framing them were pretty darn funny I must say.

Good luck being lucrative with such obvious methods.

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On 2009-09-22 02:20, jmstrings wrote:
Agreed, it is boring. Though it is also informative.


Informative? You must be new here. We've seen stacking done before.
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Splice,

You just stole my words...

PS to jmstrings. The time you shuffle your deck we've played 2 hands in an actual game and 3 in a casino Smile.
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Stacking face up sure saves a lot of work......why didn't I think of that?
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Am I the only here that has respect for this guy?

Cheating is one thing, but cheating the blind is a whole different ball game.

Godspeed.
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Just let this remind you to be careful about who you play cards with. The most unsuspecting guy will be the most lucrative cheater.


That's probably true, jmstrings, but do you have any videos of an unsuspecting guy dealing to prove your point?

I was thinking the same thing Silverking...Good Lord, will someone give him a deck of traditionally cut cards so he can riffle them face-down????
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If I were going through all that trouble I would at least deal myself a set rather than trips.

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Yeah, but you didn't see what he dealt to his partner. Smile
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Be nice to him, he has just "pack(ed)thebowl" on to many times...
Nobody expects the spanish inquisition!!!!!



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Am I the only here that has respect for this guy?

Cheating is one thing, but cheating the blind is a whole different ball game.

Godspeed.


Nah, I have no respect. He's doing it wrong. Stacking against the blind is silly, just miscall your hand once in a while. That'll get the money.
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If you can manage to find a time machine to transport you back to Kazakhstan circa 1600s, I'm sure you'd make a fortune with your sly methodology...

Best advice: PM Mr England and get yourself Mr Forte's DVD set. Watch, study, practice.
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Are you all speaking from experience in play? Because I am.

I have never been caught.


Note that I do NOT cheat, it's unethical and wrong.
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On 2009-09-22 16:33, jmstrings wrote:
Are you all speaking from experience in play? Because I am.

I have never been caught.


Note that I do NOT cheat, it's unethical and wrong.


It's difficult to get caught if you don't cheat...
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For whatever reason it won't play on my computer but based on the above comments I reckon I can better spend my time else where!
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Mickey, here's a description:

He does an overhand shuffle with the cards face up.

He runs the cards one at a time to stack them.

He does a riffle shuffle with the cards face up.

He runs the cards some more.

He deals five hands.

Now, don't ask me how he controls the cards. I don't know. The guy is a wizard. But the other guys around here have a problem with his face up shuffling.
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On 2009-09-22 16:33, jmstrings wrote:
Are you all speaking from experience in play? Because I am.


Experience definitely isn't required to be tickled by your video - my 5 year old niece knows to shuffle the cards face-down.
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Yep, I'm talking from actual experience.

I'm gonna be honest, I don't exactly stack the way you do. On the following link, you'll be able to watch vids about one (among many!) way I use to stack cards.

http://www.arnoldmcdonald.org/en/code/index.php?p=6210000
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