How to win playing cards?
Please begin reading the selection of methods below.
Method 1 of 13: The Card up the Wizard Sleeve Method
One of the simplest methods of cheating is the card up the sleeve method.
Wear long sleeves.
During a hand where you predict you will lose, take a card and hide it up your sleeve. Make sure to do this while no one is looking.
You may repeat this several times, but make sure you remember what cards you stashed and where you stashed them.
When you can make a good hand with the cards up your sleeve, place a large bet and win with a straight flush or a four of a kind, or some other great hand.
Method 2 of 13: The Pseudo Discard Trick
This is a good method for games like poker. The pseudo discard trick is easy, but it's also easy to get caught if you opponents are paying attention.
When it's your turn to discard, throw away only one card and say you threw 2 or three.
Take the extra cards and stack them really neatly behind the couple you were left with.
You now have a few extra cards to choose from.
Method 3 of 13: The Bottom of Deck Method
Be the last to put your cards back when a round is over. Make sure that the cards you want for the next round are on the bottom.
When it's time to discard, subtly draw from the bottom of the deck rather than the top.
Method 4 of 13: Bum Deal
When you are dealing the cards, arrange them so you get the best hand, but don't make it too obvious to the other players.
Method 5 of 13: Peek at Your Opponent
You can do this any one of the following ways:
Method 6 of 13: The Informant Peek
Have your informant stand behind your opponents, or walk around the table.
Have them send you their card information with a prearranged hand symbol method.
You could rub your face and look while you are rubbing.
Method 7 of 13: The Table Peek
This will only work with a glass or other clear table.
Drop something on the floor and peek at your opponents hand from under the table. Most people won't realize you are doing this.
Method 8 of 13: The Distraction Peek
When your opponent is looking at something else or they are distracted, take a quick peek at the cards in their hand.
Method 9 of 13: The Marked Deck
You can mark the cards in a deck so that you can tell what cards your opponents have.
This will help you know when to bet big and small. If you know exactly what your opponent has, then you know for sure if you will win or lose.
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