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Zarrow Shuffle

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Zarrow shuffle is a sleight of hand technique that gives the appearance of being a normal riffle shuffle, when the cards being manipulated maintain the order the magician or card sharp desires. It was invented by magician Herb Zarrow circa 1940.

This is an example of a false shuffle. The shuffle appears to be a normal riffle shuffle to spectators. In fact, it leaves the cards in exactly the same order as before the shuffle.