Tony did it for me when I interviewed him for the Genii cover story, back in 2003. I don't know a lot about false dealing other than that I've seen lots of people do it. Most are terrible, some are good, a few are invisible. Tony's was very good, but not invisible. However, he was past 80 and my experience is that most sleight of hand doesn't stay with you to that age. Vernon could do a few things frighteningly well, but most things not. The best I've seen near that age was Charlie Miller who, despite the arthritis in his knuckles, did everything to near perfection. But he was in his early seventies at the time.