I've had quite a few requests to teach people how to shuffle so I have made this video to help some people. Started in Australia and nicknamed the Melbourne Shuffle, the frenetic dance has mutated here into a "Cali-Style," hip-hop-flavored offshoot. I go through the very basic steps of the melbourne shuffle. I broke it down as well as I know how. Hope you find. This should happen at the same time as you lift your right foot. Plant your right foot on the ground while lifting your left foot back to its toes. Plant your right foot on the ground while lifting your left foot back to its toes. To do this type of shuffle, you need to master the "T-Step" and "The Running Man" and to learn how to transition between the two. Move to the left. Transition from "The Running Man" to the "T-Step. Not Helpful 1 Helpful This is a great way to shuffle cards. This is a very nice casino type action and an ideal shuffle to combine with the riffle table shuffle. Move the deck away from the bottom hand. Not Helpful 1 Helpful You can take just one or two steps of the "T-Step," turn your body, and then move right into the "Running Man. Hold the end of the deck with your thumb and middle finger. The Hindu Shuffle — A simple, quick and very elegant shuffle. The cards move away again and the small packet drops onto the cards below. As you point your right foot back down, shuffle your left foot outward so that your toes are pointing outward. Take five steps to the left and when you lift your left foot or the last time, turn 90 degrees forward or backward, and use this foot as your lead foot for the "Running Man. It is up to you about how many packets you glide off the top.