ok while we're asking: how would you control two selections to top and third from top? i would work on it with a riffle shuffle, but it's take awhile and not be perfectly natural when the process has been hindu up to that point. simple solutions?
don't know the context...but here are some possibilities:
both cards are in participant's hand...first selection is returned and controlled to top via y.f.m. (return should, however, duplicate the actions of a bluff pass -- i'm sure that Howie showed his, phenomenal, handling at some point on saturday)
break taken under top two cards...second selection returned and controlled via bluff pass under two cards
second selection controlled to third from top via Marlo movable card pass (under cover of displaying the spread to show that all the cards are different)
selections culled to bottom and third from bottom (cf. Carney's multiple shift in Secrets
)...then triple cut, passed, or palmed and replaced to top...(r.h. bottom palm..."kicking" the cards into r.h. w/ pinkie rather than a color-steal)...or (and this might be best: break taken under bottom three, hindu shuffled to top (bottom three stolen as first talon replaced...)