Zarrow shuffle or Push Though shuffle?

Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by Jonathan O, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. #21 Goldmos, Feb 21, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 22, 2011
    Thank you, thank you everyone. I'll take that in note.
     
  2. Note that the push-through looks more convincing and has less technical flaws than the original zarrow, but the zarrow doesn't require a cut. That being said, it's easy to put them into context when you know what you need to do. For example, if it were me trying to control the entire deck order in a few riffle shuffles and cuts, here's how I would personally do it:
    Push-through
    Push-through
    Up the ladder
    Push-through
    Up the ladder

    I like to end my riffle shuffle sequences with a few cuts, so that would work fine for me. If, however, you were doing it without a cutting sequence at the end, this would be one such way you could do it:
    Push-through
    Push-through
    Up the ladder
    Zarrow

    The zarrow would have to be modified slightly, but it's not too hard to figure it out.
     

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