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Mind Phantom

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I really like doing Darwin Ortiz's Liar Poker Poker routine but, I only know how to do a single push-thru shuffle. I feel that the routine would be more convincing if I did a second push thru shuffle followed by a up-the- ladder cut.

Is there somewhere in print that gives how to do this 2nd shuffle ? I think I am missing it on the up the ladder cuts at the end.

I hope that makes sense..

Thanks in advance !

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culldavid

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Hello Logan five,I hope I understand what your asking but
to do a second push thru shuffle all you have to do is,for the first shuffle take the top half off and shuffle/push thru and for the second shuffle you take off the bottom half and shuffle/push thru,followed by the cut or up the ladder.At least that is what I do.

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François Lagrange

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Are you saying you want to perform two push-through back to back, but only perform the up-the-ladder cut on the 2nd one?

I hope I understand your question.

The way I do it: I cut the top half to the right and perform the push-through up to the point where the ends are sticking out on each side. Then, instead of pulling the packets apart at an angle, I pull both packets apart on a straight line and immediately perform a 2nd shuffle followed by the running cut.

You’ll see that pulling the packets in a straight line is very deceptive, especially when you follow up with a second shuffle.

Edit: I perform my "regular" push-through by cutting the top half to the left, that's why I cut the top half to the right on the 1st shuffle so as to be in position to execute the 2nd shuffle with the original top on the left.

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Thanks a lot guys I think I've got it !

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