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Mowee
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Now if only someone would start making them again....
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On May 11, 2018, Mowee wrote:
Now if only someone would start making them again....


Whose item is this? It's up to them to delegate manufacturing permission/rights.
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I believe at one point Douglas Wayne made the Devano style deck.
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Marty Grams is selling a great deck here:

http://martinismagic.com/Products.html
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I'm surprised not to hear George Richbark's name mentioned...
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On Aug 26, 2018, Pop Haydn wrote:
Marty Grams is selling a great deck ...


Is this the deck you use? If I recall correctly, he uses toupee tape on the gimmick and not the pins. Do you have a tip for removing the risen card from gimmick without it talking?
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I have a whole teaching video on it. I prefer to use masking tape. It is tamped until it is no longer sticky--just enough to pick up the card by friction. The spectator can take the risen card.

What is George Richbark's contribution? I am not aware of him.
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On Aug 28, 2018, Pop Haydn wrote:

What is George Richbark's contribution? I am not aware of him.


http://www.richbark.com/m_closeup.html He makes and sells a devano type deck which uses the metal pins. He also has a court card on the face of the gimmick instead of an ace. He is recommended by Ron Bauer in the "Don Alan's Devano Card Rise" pamphlet.
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After watching Pop Haydn's video on the rising cards, I would say that Richbark is making a thin model A.M.Y./Arne type deck using the plate with the pins instead of something sticky, Not exactly a Devano deck.
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