The faro shuffle (American), weave shuffle (British), or dovetail shuffle is a method of shuffling playing cards. The faro shuffle involves splitting the deck into two equal halves of 26 cards and then interweaving them perfectly so that the cards from each packet alternate, coming together like a zipper.

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  • The faro shuffle (American), weave shuffle (British), or dovetail shuffle is a method of shuffling playing cards. The faro shuffle involves splitting the deck into two equal halves of 26 cards and then interweaving them perfectly so that the cards from each packet alternate, coming together like a zipper. (en)
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  • The faro shuffle (American), weave shuffle (British), or dovetail shuffle is a method of shuffling playing cards. The faro shuffle involves splitting the deck into two equal halves of 26 cards and then interweaving them perfectly so that the cards from each packet alternate, coming together like a zipper. (en)
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