A real gangster knows what to do with cards. It might help you to play in Poker, Baccarat or other card games, even if you don’t. Syndicate casino blog with Miquel Roman will teach you a few tricks on how to deal with cards like a professional dealer.
7 card shuffles to learn in a day
Watch the video and you will know how to do it.
1. The In-the-Hands Shuffle
You have seen it performed by dealers and players, and most often by magicians. They particularly love this way to shuffle cards. Two halves of a deck riffle together and cascade from a bridge right in your hands with such a satisfying sound. The Riffle-Shuffle looks like pro shuffling but can be mastered in minutes if you know a few card shuffle tricks. The most important one is to pay attention to your fingers and thumb placing.
2. Classic Table Shuffle
3. Casino Table Cuts
This shuffle is so easy you can learn it in ten seconds. Hold a deck in one hand, pick up a bunch of cards from the top, and place it on the table. Repeat until all the cards are on the table. Well done, you’ve learned another way to shuffle cards!
4. Ribbon spread & Wave
Put a deck on the table and with a broad gesture, line them in an arch in front of you. Works especially well with new sleeky cards and a smooth table surface. The secret to a pro move is the index finger placing.
But why stop halfway. Having spread the cards, you can now make a beautiful wave. The gangsters you play with will be impressed. Come on, turn a gambling movie on.
5. Long-side shuffle
You are now almost as good as a casino dealer, so you know the first thing to do is to divide a deck in two. Then hold the cards in both hands, bend them and let them cascade on the table, creating a pile of messy-looking but well-shuffled cards. Collect them and start your winning series of poker.
6. Ben Wade
You should begin by separating three small sections of cards and placing them in a z-shape. Then with a sleigh of fingers, you can make them move in a way that’s almost hypnotizing. Entrance other players and you have won the game! But first, you better watch the video to learn.
7. One-card tricks
The first one is the pirouette. It looks very similar to spinning a ball on your finger, but this time you turn a card. Lay it flat on the tip of the finger and sent it spinning while waiting for the next player’s move.
If you are not afraid to reveal your cards, use twirl. This can be compared with a coin flipped between the fingers.
So here are different ways to shuffle cards together with a couple of tricks to impress.