World’s Easiest False Shuffle and Cut

By Tom Interval

If you’re a beginning magician, the most important thing you can do is master a few fundamental moves and build on them as you progress.

Take card tricks, for example. You’ll find an overabundance of then on YouTube. Some are brilliant, others are, well, not brilliant. But trying to learn as many card tricks as you can instead of starting with the basics (as you would in any other pursuit or profession) is a mistake. Sure, you’ll have a few cool tricks to show people, but outside of that small repertoire, you won’t be fully prepared to perform something impromptu at a party, for example.

This tutorial, filmed at San Diego State, teaches three truly useful card principles you’ll use for the rest of your life. While they’re not actually tricks, you can use them in a countless number of effects. Check out the following preview video and consider becoming a Rokfin subscriber or Patreon patron to access the full version with explanations.

About Tom Interval

San Diego Magician Tom Interval, owner of Interval Magic, provides magic entertainment and training to private and corporate clients locally and nationally. A member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM), Society of American Magicians (SAM), and the Academy of Magical Arts (AMA), Interval has captivated tens of thousands of people at numerous venues, including Busch Gardens theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia. With a BA in professional writing and minors in communications and business administration, Interval writes magic-related e-books, magazine articles, and blogs and produces tutorials and related videos for his YouTube channel. Most recently, Interval earned The Linking Ring Award of Excellence for a cover story he wrote for the magicians' publication. To learn more, please visit https://www.intervalmagic.com.
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