The Three Approaches

The Low-Power Approach Neo-Tech is used defensively to avoid loses to Neocheaters. The Neo-Tech Discovery reveals (in Parts Two and Three) detailed, specific techniques for the low-power approach, including the original White-Hat Techniques that are effective, ethical, and honest. 2. The High-Power Approach Neo-Tech is used offensively to gain advantages and profits -- in cards or beyond. The Neo-Tech Discovery also reveals (in Part One) detailed techniques for the high-power approach,...

Neocheating Beyond Cards

Neocheating beyond cards involves gaining easy advantages and power over others through combinations of techniques that meet two criteria 1 easy to execute, and 2 not vulnerable to detection or assailable as dishonest. Once those two criteria are established, Neocheating formats can then be established in any area of life. With such formats, a person not only gleans unbeatable advantages over others, but commands easy shortcuts to profits and power Those who use Neocheating formats to achieve...

Collusion Cheating through Partner Crossfire Betting

That evening John Finn entered a major casino on the Strip. The casino had a large poker area. The action was heavy. In addition to many low-stake and intermediate-stake games, several high-stake stud games 30-60 games of high stud, low stud, and high-low stud were in progress. John began in a 5-10 game, moved up to a 10- 20 game and then graduated to a 15-30 stud game before encountering professional cheating. The cheating was simple collusion between two professionals who signaled the...

Culling and Stacking the Neocheating

Riffle Culling

Neocheaters extensively use the discard-culling and discard-stacking techniques described in Chapter III because easy opportunities to cull from the discards exist almost every time they deal. But also, with only a few hours' practice, anyone can pick up any deck without knowing the whereabouts of a single card and then cull and stack a hand in the normal course of riffling and shuffling. Indeed, the Neocheater will frequently cull and stack during the shuffle in conjunction with his discard...

False Riffling

Riffle Culling

The false riffle shuffle is nearly as effective as the blind shuffle and is necessary for certain kinds of culling and stacking taught in the next chapter. Moreover, the false riffle is easy to learn The deck is stacked. Now, handle the deck in the same way described for culling an ace in Chapter II. That is, place the thumb and two center fingers of the right hand at opposite ends of the deck while knuckling the forefinger down on top. Riffle-part the end of the deck with your thumb as shown...

Unbeatable Collusion Cheating through Dealer Player Partnerships

Moving farther south on the Strip, John Finn entered a casino that normally offered the highest-stake poker games in Las Vegas. For twenty minutes, he watched six players in a 100-200, seven-card stud game. Two professional players were squeezing money from four out-of-town gamblers who were losing heavily. While the two professionals did not seem to be in direct collusion with each other, when winning a pot neither player toked tipped the dealer. And while the dealer never glanced at face-down...

Understanding the Neocheater

Up until now, this book has revealed Neocheating, but not necessarily the Neocheater. An important distinction exists Properly revealing Neocheating requires exposing the full extent it can be applied. Chapter III, for example, explains how anyone can quickly learn to stack four aces. But the Neocheater operates with quiet subtleness and rarely needs to stack powerful hands. In fact, stacking such hands is seldom desirable and often works against his extracting maximum money from card games....

The Neotech Discovery

The Neo-Tech discovery evolved from the earlier discovery of Neocheating. In a sense, Neocheating was not a discovery but an identification of elegantly sophisticated techniques of card cheating that met two criteria 1 required little effort or skill, and 2 were undetectable or unassailable as dishonest. The effects of Wallace's identification of Neocheating are similar to the effects his earlier identification of the Advanced Concepts of Poker had on the poker world during the 1970s Like...

Neo Tech versus Neocheating

A new field of knowledge was discovered by Dr. Frank R. Wallace. For two decades, Dr. Wallace developed a powerful array of integrated knowledge called Neo-Tech. In 1986, Dr. Wallace was interviewed about Neo-Tech. Below is a condensed, edited portion of that interview which explains his early discoveries Q What is Neo-Tech How can I benefit from it WALLACE Neo-Tech is a new, integrated method for capturing major business and personal advantages everywhere. Neo-Tech has nothing to do with...

The First Move Cutting Aces

When you finish reading the next nine chapters, you will have a complete working knowledge of not only Neocheating but of every other important technique used by professional and amateur cheaters. And more importantly, after a few hours of practice, you will be executing undetectable Neocheating . . . you will be controlling the cards in ways that would confound and beat your opponents -- even if they are experienced and alert cardplayers. And most importantly, you will have the knowledge...

Synopsis Of The Neotech Discovery

The Neo-Tech Discovery allows ordinary people to live much more prosperous lives. Anyone can immediately benefit from Neo-Tech. Moreover, the Neo-Tech Discovery debunks positive thinking, mystical, and other such approaches that lead to nothing. The uses of the Neo-Tech Discovery range from making anyone unbeatable at cards even wealthy, if he chooses, as shown in Neo-Tech I , to much more important uses such as gaining power and advantages where it really counts. . . in business, financial...

B Blind Shuffling False Riffling False Cutting and Crimping

Blind shuffling, false riffling, false cutting, and crimping are key maneuvers for cheating, but by themselves they do not constitute cheating. They are covers -- the tools and props for cheating maneuvers such as stacking. Three basic ways, therefore, exist to detect cheating 1 detect the covers of cheating blind shuffling, false riffling, false cutting, crimping. Those covers always indicate previous cheating moves, even if no cheating move can be detected 2 detect or sense the cheating...

Step Three Positioning the Ace by Crimping

Riffle Culling

The ace is now on the bottom after one overhand shuffle. Naturally, Neocheaters do not flash the ace or peek to make certain it is there. Next, you are going to cut the deck without disturbing that bottom ace. As you finish your overhand shuffle, place the deck face down in the palm of your left hand. Pull fifteen or twenty cards from the center of the deck with your right hand as shown in Figure 3 and gently slap those cards on top of the deck. When done three or four times in rapid...

A Cutting Aces

If you practiced an hour or so cutting high cards as described in Chapter II, you can now cut aces at will. But if you merely read that chapter without actually trying the technique, you will still understand the nature of culling and crimping enough to sense and counter any cheating when cutting high cards for money 1 Insist on cutting your card first if you suspect Neocheating--but do not insist on cutting first until after the cheater has shuffled and placed the deck on the table. Indeed, he...

Colluding the Neocheating

Neocheating is a concept -- a concept of safe and easy cheating . Actually, any cheating technique including any traditional or classical technique that is safe and easy is Neocheating. Even collusion cheating becomes Neocheating when it delivers safe and easy advantages. In fact, one of the ultimate Neocheating ploys involves collusion. 27 1 That collusion ploy is one of the subtlest and most potent of all cheating techniques. The anecdotes in the first chapter show two examples in which John...

F Riffle Stacking

If you have practiced riffle culling and can perform the false riffle with any degree of smoothness, then you already know the moves required for riffle stacking. For example, look again at Figure 2 on page 26. Notice that four cards are retained by the right thumb while the single ace is retained by the left thumb. That picture suggests a shortcut method for stacking your first ace Instead of dropping that ace last, drop it first and then drop the four cards from the right thumb on top of the...

Contrasting Characteristics

When should I do it feeling -- cheats at every opportunity Knows exactly when to Neocheat --Neocheats selectively Keeps players from watching him closely with distractions and concealments Lets players watch him thoroughly shuffle without distractions or concealments Uses distractions constantly they often interfere with the difficult and dangerous maneuvers of conventional cheating Uses distractions rarely they seldom interfere with the simple and safe maneuvers of Neocheating Causes suspicion...

White Hat Neocheating

Neocheating used to benefit all honest players is called white-hat Neocheating. For example, you can benefit honest players by bankrupting cheaters with Neocheating. By bankrupting the cheater, you rid the game of a menace to benefit the other players. While you can win extra money directly from the cheater with Neocheating, a prerequisite of white-hat Neocheating is that no player except the cheater lose money because of the cheating 29 1 You can also benefit the other players with white-hat...

Preface The Neocheating Revolution

Imagine if simple techniques were available that would enable anyone -- after only a few hours of practice -- to invisibly relieve cardplayers of all their money. Now imagine if those techniques were available to everyone. What would happen to poker And what about other card games played for money such as blackjack, bridge, and gin Would poker and other card games break up and vanish as this effortless and invisible cheating spreads Effortless and invisible cheating Is that only a dream of...

Foreword By John Finn

For the first time, good players need to worry about getting wiped out. A new breed of cheater is invading the card tables. He is the Neocheater. And the Neocheater does not lose. Neocheating is quietly spreading. What will happen when hoards of people using Neocheating invade card games throughout the world Those people could drain all available money from all players and games. The resulting paranoia and chaos could eventually destroy most card games played for money. Neocheating is...

D Overhand Stacking

The Neocheater regularly uses the overhand stack to stack pairs and three of a kind with ease but he seldom uses this technique to stack four of a kind, a full house, or other pat hands, unless he has already used discard stacking described later or the undercut to initially stack part of the hand -- such as a pair or three of a kind. Like many stacking methods, this technique is particularly effective when used in conjunction with other stacking techniques to build the desired stack. All...

E Knowing Everyones Hole Card

What if you are playing five-card stud and want to use either the undercut stack or the overhand stack to deal yourself kings back-to-back, plus you want to know everyone's hole card As explained in Chapter III, that is easy to accomplish when using discard stacking. But neither undercut stacking nor overhand stacking offers opportunities to glance at the cards as they are being stacked. So, how do you get to know everyone's hole card without discard stacking Assume you have stacked yourself a...

G Combining the Advanced Concepts with Neocheating

Only two certain winning techniques exist 1 using the Advanced Concepts and 2 using Neocheating. Any honest player wins in proportion to the extent he applies the Advanced Concepts. Likewise, any cheater wins in proportion to the extent he applies Neocheating. But a cheater applying Neocheating is not a Neocheater until he grasps and uses certain Advanced Concepts, namely those concepts involving the long-range, Maximum-Win approach as described in this chapter. The ultimate evolution of good...

Neocheating The Rising Menace

Neocheating--The Unbeatable Weapon and the Neo-Tech Discovery Beyond Cards Frank R. Wallace Mark Hamilton William S. Neocheating exists as 1 specific techniques and 2 general concepts. The specific techniques are based on the safe and invisible Neocheating maneuvers first uncovered by Frank R. Wallace. Those techniques that apply to card games are identified and taught in Part One of this book. The Neocheating techniques are selected for their effectiveness, safety, and subtlety. They have...