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CardsExpert
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Dear all,

I am quite new in the Magic Café and it is actually my first post.

I consider the table riffle stacking the most useful gambling technique when it comes to cheating.
Here is one of my vids on the matter for those interested.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9EGvYQagm4

I know some of you are pretty familiar with this technique. It is always a pleasure to watch top notch cheats. If some of you would like to share their vids or comment on the subject, feel free.

Have a good day and greetings from Paris
http://cards-expert.com/
Marlin1894
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Greetings to you. That looked swell, thanks for the video.
CardsExpert
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Thanks!
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Hey Marwan,
I saw all your videos and website some time ago and it is an absolute pleasure to watch you work. Top notch technique. Keep it up and I wish you all the best Smile
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Marwan, I came across your videos some time back. That's some smooth work. There's just a few things that bug me sometimes - like your dealing a burn card before dealing players' cards at the start of this video, or your cutting the deck right after doing a strip cut. Both of those things seem to break procedure to me, but that may not be as important to you.

At any rate, some real nice work.
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Thanks. To answer your questions. In France, we tend to burn the first card before dealing the players, that's why I burned the first card at the start of the vid. And cutting the deck after a strip cut... I have to say it is some kind of habit. But thanks for your comments, I appreciate.
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Was wondering if there may be regional differences. It seemed more deliberate than correcting an overstack. As far as cutting after a strip cut, it's not enforced in many places, but I've read advice not to do it, and I think it makes sense based on how easy it would be to indicate the location of the cut.

Tu es français, donc? Je croyais bien que c'était le cas, en me fiant sur ton nom. C'est bien de voir d'autres français ici (je suis québécois).
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You may be right on the cutting sequence.
Eh oui, je suis français. Merci pour tes commentaires splice. By the way, I love Canada and especially Quebec. Been there 4 times. See you 'old cousin'.
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On 2010-10-28 16:36, CardsExpert wrote:
Thanks. To answer your questions. In France, we tend to burn the first card before dealing the players,


For poker or just for Black Jack?
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That's very nice work, smooth.....with excellent control.
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Very nice - interesting web site to.

Cheers!
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This is great work. Bravo from France, I admire your work...
JJS
CardsExpert
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Thanks for your comments guys
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Very nice work!
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Excellent.

Burning a card in seven or five card stud used to be normal procedure in some places as I recall. Its been so long since I played those games I can’t remember clearly now. I have played Hold’em at The Aviator in Paris and the standard procedures were used.

Anyhow nice work I thought.
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Have watched your stuff on youtube for a bit, I wondered if you would ever show up here. Nice stuff.
Nobody expects the spanish inquisition!!!!!



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Wow. I must say that I'm impressed, especially after the last video I just watched.
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Great stuff, I really enjoyed your videos!
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To bad you have dick marcus on your website...



just kidding
Nobody expects the spanish inquisition!!!!!



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Fantastic stuff! It's something that I actually find entertaining. It's definitely not all Gambling things that I find entertaining to watch, but with this one, it's like I said, entertaining, aswell is the other videos you got on you channel.

Jonathan
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