Slop Shuffle

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Slop Shuffle is a False Shuffle, created in the 1920s by Sid Lorraine, in which you apparently shuffle cards face-up and face-down.

First published in Subtle Problems You Will Do written by Stewart Judah and John Braun (1937).

Variations

  • Neat Slop Shuffle by Phil Thomas in Phoenix No. 60, May 12, 1944, page 246.
  • Super Slop Shuffle by John P. Hamilton in Phoenix No. 87, July 6, 1945, page 354.
  • Super Slop Shuffle - Ideas by Edward Marlo in Phoenix No. 90, August 17, 1945, page 367.
  • Modernized Slop Shuffle by John Benzais in Deck-Sterity by Harry Lorayne (1967)
  • "Fair and Sloppy" in a Ron Bauer booklet.

References

  • Phoenix No. 62, June 9, 1944, page 255, para. 16.
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