False Shuffle


What I’ll Teach You Today

Today I will be teaching you how to false shuffle and how to false cut–which is a really important thing to know, if you want to be a successful card trick magician. This is because in a lot of tricks you will need to set the deck up beforehand. Convincing, the spectator that the deck is all shuffled up–when you really know what the order is–makes a specific card trick doubly fantastic.


673 King St.

This is a performance of 673 King St., performed by James Galea. It is quite entertaining, so I suggest that you watch it. Though, you will notice that everything that he does are false shuffles and false cuts–what we have been learning!


These are the links to my pages.

False Riffle Shuffle

False Cuts


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