My patter when teaching spectators how to shuffle consists of me telling them the names of shuffles then me demonstrating them: overhand shuffle, hindu shuffle, riffle shuffle, then "show-off shuffle" a.k.a. Sybil. It always triggers laughs, but my friend who's into cardistry told me how ugly Sybil is and advised me to learn a nicer looking flourish. So, any suggestions of what I should learn next? My only criteria is that I would prefer it to be a completely false shuffle as I'm dabbling with tricks involving stacked decks and would not like to disturb the order.