Pull-through False Shuffle
Pull-through False Shuffle (a.k.a. Push-Through False Shuffle) is a generic term for a full-deck false shuffle in which a tabled deck is divided into two roughly equal packets, which are then riffled-shuffled together and apparently squared while in fact being kept slightly (though imperceptibly) misaligned. The packets are then pulled through each other in the act of cutting the deck, restoring it to its original order.
- Pull-through False Shuffle in Card College, Vol. 3 by Roberto Giobbi
- The Pull Through Shuffle in Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets of Card Magic by Lewis Ganson (1960, pp. 43-47)
- Artanis' False Shuffle in Close-Up Magic of Frank Garcia, Part 1 by Frank Garcia (1982, pp. 53-57)
- Push-Through Shuffle in Revelations by Dai Vernon (1984, pp. 208-211)
- Vernon On the Push-Through Shuffle in The Vernon Chronicles, Vol. 1: The Lost Inner Secrets by Stephen Minch (1987, pp. 44-47)
- Vernon's Pull-through Shuffle Variant in Card College, Vol. 3 by Roberto Giobbi