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Products 1 – 13 of 13 Gary Plants on the Zarrow Shuffle DVD | Gary Plants | SEO MAGIC Hofzinser Transparent Card by Gary Plants · Gary Plants, $, Buy. Gary Plants on the Zarrow Shuffle. A Handling of Herb Zarrow’s Full-deck False Shuffle that fools the experts – and everyone else. Written by Stephen Minch. Title, Gary Plants on the Zarrow Shuffle. Author, Stephen Minch. Illustrated by, Tom Gagnon. Publisher, Card Plant, Length, 27 pages. Export Citation.

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This page was last modified on 16 Mayat I received this from Gary and fary have to agree with the accolades. Indigo New user 96 Posts. This sounds like a Awesome Shuffle. If you know of a past magician not listed in MagicPedia, start a New Biography for them or Email us your suggestion. What is important is that your spectators wont.

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The shuffle itself appears fair and innocent. Your DVD will be an immense help for those interested in teh the workings of your wonderful false shuffle.

Gary’s version of the shuffle is the only version I am aware of where the fair and false shuffles look identical. Support our sponsor Genii Magazine. Kabbalah Inner circle Posts. There also is a very brief description of the sky shuffle in the introduction. Just received my copy yesterday and began absorbing it today.


Stephen Minch is a talented and veteran magic writer, the description is clear, coherent, and filled with enough detail and illustrations by the equally talented Tom Gagnon to clearly convey what needs to be done. Mike Squires New user Dallas 56 Posts.

You can see a push through shuffle being used too. While described separately, they are meant to convey one continuous smooth action.

I was so energized by Gary’s handling that I immediately offered my services to illustrate it at no chargeif he would make it available to the magic community. Jul 17, I have the booklet already but I just ordered the DVD.

Jul 8, Steve Forte, in garu introduction, makes the honest observation about the Zarrow shuffle in that: I agree with Tom Gagnon and Mike Squires. What a gold mine.

A very worth while resource on the Zarrow. One of the key advantages to this handling is that it looks just as good with a one-card cover than with multiple cards.

Jun 26, It does require more cover than the shfufle handling, but not so much that it becomes unnatural. If you do a Zarrow shuffle but don’t know Gary’s work on it, you should get this. The description is split into five parts: The tells are all addressed and eliminated in a logical manner, and the technique allows for just enough cover to be visually deceptive for a move with a massive visual discrepancy.

I’ve also had the pleasure of seeing him do the Zarrow live and in person. Such material requires a high degree of sensitivity, and must adhere strictly to all applicable laws platns the United States. What do you all consider the other must haves re the Zarrow Shuffle itself? Plants has made cards for professional magicians all over the world under his magic business “The Card Plant”.


Gary Plants on the Zarrow Shuffle

It would be impossible to include all the information from the book on a DVD. The technique itself is very good. I’ve also had the great fortune to be able to talk with Gary directly about this shuffle and remember vividly when I bought the manuscript from him at a Houston TAOM 10 years ago. If you’ve never seen him perform it you will be shocked at how good this shuffle looks in Gary’s hands. Those of you that know Gary can attest that his Zarrow is one of the very best!

Jason, thanks for the heads up. From Magicpedia, the free online plangs for magicians by magicians.

Gary Plants on the Zarrow Shuffle – Stephen Minch – Google Books

I remember being told over and over again that the handling required a lot of cover, but looked completely deceptive. This information is essential for the serious student of card magic. Tom Gaudette New user 30 Posts.