From a lines of four: Two people on the right side of the line take one step forward and slide to the left. The two people on the left end of the line slide to the right to stand directly behind the other couple. Finishes with one couple behind another. NOTE: In Mainstream Dancing, Shuffle the Deck was pushed aside by Wheel and Deal.
Ed Gaut 1958
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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