2020
Written by Greg Chapman
Work of Greg Chapman
54 pages (Paperback), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Greg Chapman
Language: English
29 entries
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Jeremy Griffith Foreword
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Greg Chapman Introduction
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Greg Chapman Technique, Theory and Applications discussion of the faro shuffle
  • Quality and Condition of Cards
  • Regular Cut vs Traditional Cut Cards
  • Full and Partial Shuffle
  • In the Hands vs Tabled Faro
  • In-Faro vs Out-Faro
  • Straddle-Faro
  • How to Learn and Practice the Faro Shuffle
  • Top-down vs Bottom-up
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Greg Chapman How to execute a perfect shuffle - in-the-hands, top down
  • A Closer Look at Interlacing the Two Packets
  • Starting the Weave for In vs Out
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Greg Chapman How to execute a perfect shuffle - in-the-hands, bottom up
  • Bridging the Shuffle Flourish
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Greg Chapman Splitting 26/26 - How to split perfectly in half using estimation (in the hands)
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Greg Chapman Adjustments to Correct Estimation Errors without Elmsley mention
  • Adjustment - for one card too many in the top packet during an out-faro
  • Adjustment - for one card too few in the top packet during and out-faro
  • Adjustment - for one card too many in the top packet during an in-faro
  • Adjustment - for one card too few in the top packet during and in-faro
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Greg Chapman How to do a Perfect Tabled Faro no riffling
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Greg Chapman Eight Perfect Out-Faros
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Greg Chapman Fifty-two Perfect In-Faros
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Greg Chapman Splitting 26/26 - Stacked Deck and Key Card Peeks
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Greg Chapman Calculating the New Position for Any Card After Each Out-Faro
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Greg Chapman Out-Faro Charts
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Greg Chapman Six Belts
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Greg Chapman Fixed Floating Key Cards in a Stacked Deck 18-35 principle
    • High Card
    • Hold'em
  • Work in the Cards
  • Other Positions
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Greg Chapman Faro Fooler - controlling a card to the top with one shuffle and cut two handlings, with crimp at known position, selection replaced during dropping piles on table
  • Fooler No. 1
  • Fooler No. 2
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Greg Chapman To Bring Cards Together (e.g. 4-of-a-kind to top, middle)
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Greg Chapman The Faro Shuffle and the Stacked Deck short comment on quartets and Si Stebbins
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Greg Chapman To Bring Multiple Cards to Specific Positions short note
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Greg Chapman Anti-Faro comment
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Greg Chapman In-Faro Calculations: Calculating the new position for any card after each in-faro
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Greg Chapman 51-Card Faro allowing cuts
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Greg Chapman The Morphing Stack on using the different faro states of a stack for different routines
Related to
  • Greg Chapman, The Devil's Staircase, 2014
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Greg Chapman A Difficult Sleight
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Greg Chapman Faro Shuffle Philosophy
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Greg Chapman More Faro Descriptions, Theory, Techniques and Routines a few faro references
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Unknown Bonus Routines
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Greg Chapman Searchers Undone faros bring sandwich cards together in stages
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Greg Chapman One Card Missing (Version 2) spectator removes any card, after a few faros the performer looks through the cards and names missing card
Inspired by
  • "One Card Missing" (Greg Chapman, Details of Deception, 2017)
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Data entered by Denis Behr.