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    What if your in-the-hands riffle shuffle was a perfect Faro? What could you accomplish? Joseph Barry knows the full potential of this incredible feat..

    In nearly an hour of teaching, Daniel Madison and Joe Barry discuss the mechanics, psychology, finger placements, nuances, tricks, tips, advice and possibilities of the perfect in-the-hands riffle shuffle.

    Not since the advent of the Anti-Faro has a perfectly normal way of handling a deck of cards (a shuffle) been so changing to the world of card magic.

    The perfect riffle shuffle accomplishes the same as a perfect 1-for-1 Faro, but done casually, without looking at the deck - and completely unnoticed as anything other than a standard shuffle - because that's all it is. A Standard shuffle. Just done perfectly. Every time.

    Joe reveals three of his favorite effects using the Perfect Riffle Shuffle - an impossible 4 Ace location taking inspiration from Scarne (this is worth the price of the download alone - 4 aces are located with ease in a clearly cut and shuffled deck), a perfect order 'false' shuffle and a chosen card revealed in shuffled deck effect that is impossible to reverse-engineer.

    A comprehensive credits and further thoughts/studies list is also supplied. This is the absolute, ultimate - and only guide to Joe Barry's Perfect In-the-hands Shuffle that will have magicians and spectators alike thinking you're one of the greatest sleight of hand artists in the world, all thanks to one little shuffle.

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    Difficulty: Intermediate/Advanced
    Duration: 56 Minutes
    Format: Download

    Customer Reviews

    • by Azzan Sandhu

      Mar 8, 2014

      The perfect riffle shuffle is just amazing, the fact that I can do it alone satisfies me, the video is well done and gives a lot of tips and tricks. I'm really happy with this, I honestly believe that this is the best thing I've ever learned.

    • by reilly stone

      Mar 2, 2014

      This is a wonderful effect just a bit hard! one thing i do not like is that the video never really tells you how to hold the cards. It just gives close ups sometimes and that is what makes it kinda challenging! it would be better if it joe barry actually went through it with us. other then that this is something you must get its a great effect

    • by Tim Willoughby

      Jan 24, 2014

      I was utterly unprepared for how good this move is. Having spent a lot of time on tabled faros and various other shuffle controls, this one is unusual in being both as good as billed, and absolutely worth the time to perfect.

      While the teaching focuses more on applications/mentality of how to use the move than it does mechanics, in the long run I think that this is probably correct, though I can see how that might be cold comfort for those who have trouble getting the mechanics down. Maybe I'm just lucky, but I found myself getting pretty close to a perfect riffle pretty quickly, at which point I have no issue whatsoever with putting in the hours to sort out the last little bit.