Dan and Dave Buck

Vernon One-Hand Table Shuffle

A tribute to Dai Vernon's wonderful One-Handed Table Shuffle, done perfectly.

We originally learned this technique from Vernon's book, Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic (1967); however it wasn't until we saw a video of Ross Bertram performing the shuffle perfectly that we began to take interest. What you see before you is our own handling created to achieve the perfect one-for-one riffle along with various subtleties acquired from years of practice.

 

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Customer reviews for Vernon One-Hand Table Shuffle

Anonymous

The teaching to this awesome move is very good and well explained. I preform this all of the time just as often as a Charlier cut, like a side thing, not bringing much attention to it but still attracting audiences.

 

Eliasess

I've seen Dan and Dave do this move before but I've never found a tutorial but now they have one and ITS FREE....so that's a bonus!!!

 

James

The instructions are very clear. I am glad that I took the time to get this, and I look forward to becoming proficient at this skill.

 

John

It was a pretty good video, but the one-handed shuffle is not a knuckle busting move, so I was able to more or less figure it out myslef from the trailer. Although I am grateful for the info on positionig the hand on the packets. Unfortunately I sometimes have problems with the ending - which is an ideal faro and a proper bridge

 

YOUCEF

Great teaching. a beautiful technique ...love it

 

Rick

I love this table shuffle. This is one of those moves you learn that make you feel bad ass as your learning. The tutorial is perfect and explained very well. Learn thismove and become bad ass too!

 

Mike

Love the attention paid to detail and subtleties. You won't get it on your first go, but keep working at it. The video demonstrates the speed isn't important for it to be effective and eye catching.