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Cheating at draw the one card transfer
2013-07-19 18:30
  Five card draw is a game with an inventory of scams all its own. You can cheat on the deal, cheat on the draw, cheat on the discards, cheat away from the deck, and stack, collude, and “play location” in ways that don’t work early as well, if at all, in other games. This is partly because each player receives five cards at once, and partly because of the exchange of cards featured in the draw.
  Draw became the dominant form of poker in the 1840s, shortly after the size of the deck jumped from 20 cards (10, J,Q,K,A) to 52, and it held that position for more than a century. Cowboys, gunslingers, riverboat gamblers, gold prospectors, railroad workers, and plantation tycoons all played draw. For cheats, the game was a font of inspiration, giving rise to such concepts as holding out, double dealing, double discarding, the spread, the three-card draw trick, and other forms of collusion.
  Here we’ll look at a versatile technique that enables the cheat to secretly transfer a card from his own hand t his partner’s using the deck as a springboard. It greatly ups the odds that the partner will win the pot, since the card he’s given is exactly the one he needs.
  The work: the cheats must be seated side by side, the dealer’s partner to left. As the players examine their cards, the cheat’s ally, without being obvious about it, holds his cards so that his partner can have a look at them. Let’s say he’s one card short of a flush, with four diamonds and a club. If the dealer has a diamond, and we’ll assume he does, he signals his partner: “stay in the game-it’s on the way.” He then palms the diamond in his right hand and drops out, tossing the remaining four cards into the muck as five. When it’s time to deal the draw, the cheat picks up the deck and transfers it to his left hand, adding the palmed card at the same time. There’s no fancy technique: the right hand descends directly onto the deck and adds the palmed card as the pack is lifted or slid off the edge of the table onto the waiting left hand. The cheat’s partner draws one and makes the flush. The move is called capping the deck.
  Obviously, the transfer can be used to complete a straight, turn a pair into trips, change two pair into a full house, or pass along any valuable card. it works with many styles of palming and can be applied to stud games as well lowball and other forms of draw.
  Some cheating teams to communicate with signals alone, rather than by exposing the cards.
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