Riffle Pass

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Postby Guest » 12/09/01 06:14 AM

I am new to the forum. IN fact, I am almost new to magic as I have had close to a 30 year layoff. Am rediscovering the passion I had as a youth, etc.

The internet is a great tool for exposing and teaching and I have enjoyed the various video sites out there.

My question is: What publication, video, etc. best teaches the Riffle Pass. From what I have seen so far I need to learn this sleight.

Thanks for putting up with a newbie.


Postby Terry » 12/09/01 06:42 AM

Richard Kaufman has a video for sale called "On the Pass" which not only covers the Riffle Pass, but also the Classic, Jiggle, Half Jiggle, Herrmann, etc.
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Postby Bill Mullins » 12/10/01 03:00 PM

Jay Sankey's "Sankeytized Vol 2" and Jim Swain's videos were the most help to me as I tried to learn the Riffle Pass.

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Postby Guest » 01/07/02 03:48 PM

Is Richard Kaufman's "On the Pass" video also available on DVD? If not, can anyone recommend any DVDs that teach card sleights, particularly the Riffle and other Passes.

Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/07/02 07:19 PM

happytrickster, Meir Yedid, who now owns and markets my tape "On the Pass," is going to put it out on DVD soon. But, it will probably be a region free NTSC DVD, not PAL. Do you have an all system DVD player?
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Postby Guest » 01/08/02 02:44 AM

Thanks Richard. Yes, i think my DVD player should be able to cope with that.

Postby Andru Luvisi » 01/29/02 11:45 AM

"More Card Manipulations", weighing in at less than $5, has a good description of the riffle pass.

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