Chris Kenner also published a faux S.W.E. shift in which an outjogged card near the bottom of the deck rises to the top by jumping up ten or twelve cards at a time. The illusion is beautiful, and it's considerably easier to master than the real S.W.E. shift (though of course the technique is only designed to emulate the latter, not replace it). You can find it in Gary Ouellet's highly entertaining book, The Pass , along with Brett Wolf's ingenious handling for the last jump, in which the outjogged card appears to just melt up through the last few cards and come to rest on top of the deck.
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