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Heinstein Shuffle (PAL)

by Hein, Karl

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Video Tape (PAL)
Publisher: MagicSmith

Product Description

A riffle shuffle with a bridge is recognized the world over as a most convincing way to shuffle cards. Karl Hein's Heinstein Shuffle mimics this perfectly - complete with riffle, weave, and bridge.

Best of all, the Heinstein Shuffle is for workers. It can be done in-the-hands, up-close, and from every angle. People will swear the cards have been fairly mixed (you don't need a table to perform it.) It's perfect for memorized deck work, maintaining a stack, story routines, or whatever.

Plus, you'll learn Karl's pet routine - the Heinstein Triumph. It's a convincing in the hands Triumph with a kicker. You not only find their card and right the deck, you magically restore the cards to new deck order.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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Official Review

October 18th, 2015 9:30pm
Reviewed by Doc Johnson

Karl starts with the teaching of the basic Heinstein Shuffle, an in the hands false riffle shuffle. The idea of this was to be able to do a false shuffle while standing, without the use of a table. This false shuffle requires two false shuffles to get the deck back in the same order as before.

He then teaches a version of the Heinstein Shuffle that involves a pseudo cover pass. This version, while a bit more difficult, requires only one shuffle to get the deck back in the same order.

He teaches a very strong Triumph using the Heinstein Shuffle. A card is selected and lost into the deck. The cards are shuffled several times. The cards are then visibly shuffled, face up into face down. They are shown, some face up, some face down. The cards are then spread showing all the cards facing the same direction with the exception of their selected card. The kicker ending is the entire deck is in new deck order.

This shuffle is something that can be done surrounded, and... [Read More]

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