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magicbyswh
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What is the best DVD or VHS for learning false cuts and false shuffles? I would like to get the best teaching video or DVD on these. Thanks for the info.
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John McLaughlin
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I liked Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights DVD for the false shuffles...can't remember which volume they are on. He demonstrates shuffles you can do in your hands or with a table.
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Alejandro Peterson
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I prefer 10 times DVD format, because more friendly format. Allan Ackerman is a top card man and he have a complete dvd series focused on cards, and one of this videos in focused in shuffle work. highly recommended)
Allan Ackerman Vol 5. (Advanced Card Control series)

Sleights and Moves:

G.W. Hunter False Shuffle

Erdnase False Shuffle

Strip-Out False Shuffle

Up The Ladder

Pull-Through with a Cut

The Zarrow Shuffle

The Shank Shuffle

Slip Shod

Vernon's Two-Shuffle Concept

The Sideways Shank Shuffle

Controlling the Top Stock

Controlling the Bottom Stock

Ireland's Red/Black Shuffle

Downs' Red/Black Shuffle

Double Undercut to Top

Double Undercut to Bottom

Top Block Transfer

Bottom Block Transfer

Tabled Fake Cut

Stover Fake Cut

Ose Fake Cut

Triple Fake Cut

Fake Double Swing Cut

Fake Triple Swing Cut

Tabled Slip Cut

Off-The-Bottom Strip Fake Cut

Klause Overhand False Shuffle
Mike Walton
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Bill Malone teaches various false cuts and the Zarrow on On the Loose for his Sam the Bellhop routine. He also teaches an additional false cut with his Favorite Opener; it may be a repeat from the Sam the Bellhop routine, but I don't remember it to be so.

Aside from learning the Zarrow and presented false cuts, you also get some excellent routines and peformance ideas from Bill Malone.
dmdk
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Green magic also have many good false shuffle and false cut.
Pants99
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I like Daryl for false cuts and shuffles.
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On 2004-10-17 11:29, Alejandro Peterson wrote:
I prefer 10 times DVD format, because more friendly format.



Yeah, but you can pick up some real bargins of magicshops selling off VHS tapes cheap.
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Turk
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On 2004-10-17 18:46, Mike Walton wrote:
Bill Malone teaches various false cuts and the Zarrow on On the Loose for his Sam the Bellhop routine. He also teaches an additional false cut with his Favorite Opener; it may be a repeat from the Sam the Bellhop routine, but I don't remember it to be so.

Aside from learning the Zarrow and presented false cuts, you also get some excellent routines and peformance ideas from Bill Malone.


I agree with Mike here. However, Bill Malone really goes into greater depth on the false cuts and the Zarrow Shuffle on his video entitled "Sam the Bellhop". Yes, he briefly covers some of this material when explaining the "Sam the Bellhop" routine on his Volume 1 "One the Loose" video BUT not as extensively as he does on the "Sam the Bellhop" video.

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Christian
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A good false shuffle which does not require a table is the Heinstein Shuffle which can be found in Genii, April 2001, p. 50.
There is also a tape out. The shuffle looks like this:
http://www.gregorylee.org/magic/clips/heinstein.m1v
Cardic
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But it shouldnt look like that
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If you are liking the false cut flourish scene, you would like to check the famous LeeAsher in http://www.leeasher.com

Cooking With Leeasher, Well Done and 5 Card Stud teaching flourish false cuts called Sybling And Fabrication that both look good.
Extreme Cutting with Keone has false cutting too.
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