Sleights

False Cut
Hold the deck by the sides near the ends between the thumb...

Jog Shuffle
After the spectator has chosen a card. Overhand shuffle so...

Bottom Charge
Hold as many cards as you are going to change, tip between...

Glide
# Hold the pack face up in the left hand between the first...

Riffle Shuffle
The deck is divided into two packets, the ends put togethe...

Stretch cut from pinky break
The stretch cut from a pinky break is not difficult at...

Palming a Card
Hold your right hand palm upwards and on it lay a face up ...

Turnover False Triple Cut
This False cut has to be done in one smooth rythm. It's mo...

Greek Shift
Here we go: Control the card you want to force to the top ...

Faro Shuffle
* The faro, also known as the weave shuffle is a tech...

Stripper Definition
This deck is cut in sort of a subtle 'trianglar' shape. me...

False Shuffle
A false shuffle at the right time can change a so-so card ...

Svengali Definition
This is a really neat deck. Every other card in the deck i...

Greek Shuffle
Here we go: Control the card you want to force to the top ...

Invisible Deck
This deck is a trick deck wherein the backs of the cards u...

Finger Break
Hold the deck in you left hand palm with your pinky agains...

Swing Cut to Bottom Palm
Goal: While pattering chit-chat you perform a simple swing...

The Hindu Shuffle & Force
The card to be forced is at the bottom of the deck. Hold t...

Overhand Shuffle
This shuffle is easier to master.(not that the hindu shuff...

Double Undercut
Have about half the deck in both hands, have the spectator...

Forcing a Card
First, take a look at the top card, A good time to do this...

Double Lift
With the pack well squared in the left hand face down, bri...

The Elmsley Count / Elmsley Pass
This is a sleight-of-hand manuever that can be done ambide...

Biddle Move
# Hold the deck face up in the right hand between the four...





Glide




# Hold the pack face up in the left hand between the first joint of the thumb on one side and the second joints of the four fingers on the other. Call attention to the bottom card. Turn the pack face downwards and with the tip of the left finger draw the bottom card, back towards the body about 3/4 of an inch. Now with the tip of the right hand second finger draw out the next card, and put it face downwards on the table.
# The glide is simply pulling back a bottom card so that the second to the bottom card is revealed alittle(this is done face-down though, so no-one can see the faces) It is only reaveled for touch. The second to bottom card is the slipped out as if it was the bottom card. (Usually it looks 'the bottom card is shown. then the deck is facedown(no attention drawn to this), then the bottom card is slipped out.(Of course, really the 2nd the bottom is slipped out.)'






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