Review: False Shuffle Project by Patrick Redford

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_custom_heading text=”Reviewer: Michael Siegel”][vc_column_text]You bring along a deck of playing cards. They are in your favorite Si Stebbins stack, Osterlind’s Breakthrough Card System stack or your favorite memorized stack.

You are ready to do amaze and bewilder your eager crowd with some incredible feats of mentalism or magic.

You carefully remove the deck from the case and ask them to select a card.

Then you reveal the name of the card using your best showmanship skills.

As you accept the applause, you hear someone whispering to someone amongst the dispersing crowd that it was strange that the cards were not mixed before asking the person to select the card.

Your aura of mystery and wonderment fades away in the minds of a few now gone spectators.

If only you knew how to shuffle and mix the cards, but still maintain the same stack order in place.

Well, now you can with The False Shuffle Project by Patrick Redford.

The False Shuffle Project by Patrick Redford is a terrific resource for mentalists and magicians to learn how to false shuffle cards while preserving the cards in the same order that was there before you started to shuffle.

Being able to convincingly false shuffle a deck of cards is a great tool to possess for any mentalist or magician. Patrick teaches 5 wonderful false shuffles. Some are overhand false shuffles and others are table shuffles that are all very believable.

The video download is 45 minutes long and the video is clearly shot. Patrick explains each false shuffle in a clear, comprehensive, and patient manner. Patrick also uses over the shoulder shots which greatly enhance the learning experience. The false shuffles are easy to learn even if you are not a card person.

Every mentalist or magician should try to elevate his or her mentalism or magic to a high level so that the audience will be more entertained and your abilities are more appreciated.

A false shuffle to a stacked deck is an easy technique that is often missed out by mentalists and magicians resulting in their moment of mystery and wonderment to be unnecessarily deflated. Now you no longer have an excuse not to learn one or two false shuffles.

This 45 minutes video download is not $29.95. It’s not $19.95. It’s not even $15.95. It is only $10.00. Do yourself a favor and pick The False Shuffle Project by Patrick Redford. 10 lucky charms out of 10.

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Ning Cai is a Singapore Literature Prize nominated author, who was also long listed for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016. A bestselling writer, she is also recognised for her illusionist/ escapologist stage character Magic Babe Ning, and recognised by Channel News Asia as South East Asia's first professional female magician.

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