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There were very few people around who could do a zarrow shuffle and fewer still who could do it well. I remember being told over and over again that the handling required a lot of cover, but looked completely deceptive. The Zarrow shuffle has a complicated history; a brief description first appeared in The New Phoenix No. There also is a very brief description of the sky shuffle in the introduction. The booklet proper begins with a description of the four common tells associated with a Zarrow shuffle.
It is important to note these are NOT inherent to the shuffle but rather artifacts from bad technique or insufficient practice. Without tipping the details, these tells should be apparent to any seasoned student of the shuffle. The description is split into five parts: the split, the weave, the strip-out, opening the gap, and the block insertion.
While described separately, they are meant to convey one continuous smooth action. Stephen Minch is a talented and veteran magic writer, the description is clear, coherent, and filled with enough detail and illustrations by the equally talented Tom Gagnon to clearly convey what needs to be done. The booklet concludes with a brief description of the Oeink shuffle and the honest riffle shuffle. There are a few names in magic that has been consistently associated with an excellent quality of material, and depth of thinking.
It does require more cover than the original handling, but not so much that it becomes unnatural. The technique delivers on the premise of the booklet. The tells are all addressed and eliminated in a logical manner, and the technique allows for just enough cover to be visually deceptive for a move with a massive visual discrepancy.
One of the key advantages to this handling is that it looks just as good with a one-card cover than with multiple cards. This cannot be said of any other Zarrow shuffle handling. Next post Previous. Theme: Linear by Peter Vidani.
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