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( Kindle ) ⚖ Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table: A Treatise on the Science and Art of Manipulating Cards ☼ Considered by many magicians and card sharps to be the one essential guidebook to attaining the highest level of card mastery Includes author s own systems of false shuffling, false riffling and cutting, dealing from the bottom, palming cards, skinning the hand even three card monte, plusdazzling card tricks ContentsProfessional SecretsHoldouts Prepared CardsConfederacy Two Methods of Shuffling Primary Accomplishments Possibilities of the Blind Uniformity of Action Deportment Display of Ability Greatest Single Accomplishment Effect of Suspicion Acquiring the Art Importance of Details TECHNICAL TERMS Definitions of POSITION FOR SHUFFLEBLIND SHUFFLES ERDNASE SYSTEM OFI To Retain Top Stock II To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole DeckIII To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole DeckBLIND RIFFLES AND CUTS ERDNASE SYSTEM OF I To Retain Top Stock II To Retain Bottom Stock BLIND CUTS I To Retain Bottom Stock Top Loosing One CardII To Retain Complete Stock III To Retain Top StockIV To Retain Bottom StckV Combination Riffle and Cuts FANCY BLIND CUTS I To Retain Complete Stock II To Retain Complete StckFANCY TRUE CUT ONE HANDEDTO INDICATE THE LOCATION FOR THE CUTI By Crimp II By Jog III By Crimp IV By Jog BOTTOM DEALING Top and Bottom Dealing One Hand SECOND DEALINGORDINARY METHODS OF STOCKING, LOCATINGAND SECURING STOCK SHUFFLE STOCK SHUFFLING ERDNASE SYSTEM OFTwo Card Stock Three Card Stock Four Card Stock Five Card Stock Twelve Card Stock Euchre Stock Euchre Stock CULL SHUFFLING ERDNASE SYSTEM OFTo Cull Two Cards To Cull Three CardsTo Cull Four Cards To Cull Nine Cards PALMING ERDNASE SYSTEM OF Top Palm, First Method Top Palm, Second Method Bottom Palm, First Method Bottom Palm, Second Method Bottom Palm when Cards are Riffled TO MAINTAIN THE BOTTOM PALM WHILE DEALING TO HOLD THE LOCATION OF CUT WHILE DEALING SHIFTS Two Handed Shift Erdnase Shift, One Hand Erdnase Shift, Two Hands MODE OF HOLDING THE HAND SKINNING THE HAND THE PLAYER WITHOUT AN ALLY Dealing Without the Cut Replacing the Cut as Before Holding Out for the Cut Shifting the Cut Dealing Too Many Crimping for the Cut Replacing Palm when Cutting The Short Deck THREE CARD MONTE Mexican Monte LEGERDEMAINSHIFTS Single Handed Shift The Longitudinal Shift The Open Shift The S W E Shift The Diagonal Palm Shift THE BLIND SHUFFLE FOR SECURING SELECTED CARD FORCING PALMING The Back Palm CHANGES The Top Change The Bottom Change The Palm Change The Double Palm Change TRANSFORMATIONS TWO HANDS First Method Second Method Third Method Fourth Method Fifth Method Sixth Method TRANSFORMATIONS ONE HAND First Method Second Method BLIND SHUFFLES RETAINING ENTIRE ORDERFirst Method Second Method Third Method Fourth Method Fifth Method METHODS FOR DETERMINING A CARD THOUGHTA