Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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cards:full_deck_false_hindu_shuffle [2017/09/18 09:36]
tylerwilson Added Kennedy and Mead reference.
cards:full_deck_false_hindu_shuffle [2019/04/22 07:44] (current)
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 The same concept---but applied to the overhand shuffle---seems to have been independently created by both John Kennedy and Eric Mead. Their handling was taught in Michael Close'​s ebook, //Closely Guarded Secrets//, 2004, p. 90. The same concept---but applied to the overhand shuffle---seems to have been independently created by both John Kennedy and Eric Mead. Their handling was taught in Michael Close'​s ebook, //Closely Guarded Secrets//, 2004, p. 90.
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 +Pulling the bottom portion of the deck off as though it was the top portion was used as a key card placement before its use in a full-deck false shuffle. In //​[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​38378/​The+Sphinx/​9|The Sphinx]]//, Vol. 48 No. 3, May 1949, p. 65, this bottom pull-off placement was credited to Bert Allerton.
  
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