ok disscus deck stacking... th ways you know how to do it and what to watch out for....

2 ive found that are a little difficult to detect are the 8-7-6-5 shuffle and one that involves putting the 5 cards you want in positions 2,3,4,5 and 6 of your deck...BOTH TYPES INVOLVE 40 CARDS ONLY

8-7-6-5 shuffle

start by choosing the 5 cards that you want to draw as your opening hand

then put 1 of those cards on top of your deck

put 1 as the 4th card in the deck

put 1 as the 28th card

1 as the 29th card

and 1 as the 35th card

then pile shuffle with 8 cards... ***

then pick up the piles in the order that you put them down in

then pile shuffle again but this time with 7 piles

then 6

then 5

still picking them up in the same order they were put down in

then after you have picked up the 5 piles look at the top 5 cards of the deck. they should be the ones you picked out at the start....

basically what you are looking for is if your opponent pile shuffles using 8 piles then 7, then 6 then 5....

the way to mess up a hand if someone tries this way is to do the pile shuffle in piles of 5 and u need to do this 3 times and this should reset their hand to what it was b4 they shuffled

the other way

pick out your 5 cards again

then lift the top card off of your deck

place the 5 cards you want on top of your deck then replace the card that you lifted off

then pile shuffle using 7 piles

that needs to be done 3 times

you can then pick up the top 5 cards of your deck and aslong as you have picked up the piles in the order you put them down in they should be the 5 cards you picked..

if you notice your opponent doing this then just shuffle the deck like normal or cut pile shuffle it your self...

the thing that makes it hard to notice if your opponent has stacked their deck this way is the fact that they look like they have shuffled their deck alot so some people tend not to be bothered shuffling casue the stacker has done it so much they they dont think its necessary... so always make sure to keep an eye out for someone doing either of these and always shuffle the opponents deck after them

***(for those of you not sure what im on about... put 8 cards down to start the piles then put the next 8 cards on top in the same order that you put the 1st lot down.. then do the same again with the next few cards and so on till the cards are all split between the piles)

2 ive found that are a little difficult to detect are the 8-7-6-5 shuffle and one that involves putting the 5 cards you want in positions 2,3,4,5 and 6 of your deck...BOTH TYPES INVOLVE 40 CARDS ONLY

8-7-6-5 shuffle

start by choosing the 5 cards that you want to draw as your opening hand

then put 1 of those cards on top of your deck

put 1 as the 4th card in the deck

put 1 as the 28th card

1 as the 29th card

and 1 as the 35th card

then pile shuffle with 8 cards... ***

then pick up the piles in the order that you put them down in

then pile shuffle again but this time with 7 piles

then 6

then 5

still picking them up in the same order they were put down in

then after you have picked up the 5 piles look at the top 5 cards of the deck. they should be the ones you picked out at the start....

basically what you are looking for is if your opponent pile shuffles using 8 piles then 7, then 6 then 5....

the way to mess up a hand if someone tries this way is to do the pile shuffle in piles of 5 and u need to do this 3 times and this should reset their hand to what it was b4 they shuffled

the other way

pick out your 5 cards again

then lift the top card off of your deck

place the 5 cards you want on top of your deck then replace the card that you lifted off

then pile shuffle using 7 piles

that needs to be done 3 times

you can then pick up the top 5 cards of your deck and aslong as you have picked up the piles in the order you put them down in they should be the 5 cards you picked..

if you notice your opponent doing this then just shuffle the deck like normal or cut pile shuffle it your self...

the thing that makes it hard to notice if your opponent has stacked their deck this way is the fact that they look like they have shuffled their deck alot so some people tend not to be bothered shuffling casue the stacker has done it so much they they dont think its necessary... so always make sure to keep an eye out for someone doing either of these and always shuffle the opponents deck after them

***(for those of you not sure what im on about... put 8 cards down to start the piles then put the next 8 cards on top in the same order that you put the 1st lot down.. then do the same again with the next few cards and so on till the cards are all split between the piles)