• A good riffle culler is almost impossible to detect. A person usually must detect Neocheating in earlier stages such as during discard manipulation or in later stages such as during the blind shuffle or false cut. Watch for the dealer who habitually glances at the passing cards while riffle parting the deck. (Most players do that, but if a dealer never looks at the riffling cards, you can rule out the riffle cull.) Also watch for the dealer who extensively uses riffle shuffles while consistently dropping one, two, or three cards last on the deck from his left thumb.
Continuing now with the next stacking technique:
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