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Carron
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Hi threre guys I'm really struggling to try an learn this move and as I've found out it is extremley difficult, Any help you guys could offer would be great

cheers

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Hi Tom, have you seen McBrides DVDs Volume 3 of Art of Card Manipulation? He gives some pretty good tips.
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Moisture (or lack of) on the fingers could play a factor. Sort-Kwik is great for moves requiring the right type of grip such as the LePaul spread and Curly Cue. Also make sure the cards buckle mainly between your thumb and second finger and spring off mainly over the tips of the first and second finger. The move is really all in the middle finger.
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Curly Q-Tips, ouch is all I say.

Hehe I dunno, I heard the move is all a super knacky thing.
Keep practising I guess yo.
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It is a knack you just gotta keep practicing and to judge the amount of pressure your using. Once you do the move stop at given point because if you apply to much pressure the cards will splatter everywhere, so the thing is just like whith the pressure fan and the le paul spread is all touch. Hope this helps.
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Quote:
On 2005-01-31 16:43, Harwin wrote:
Curly Q-Tips, ouch is all I say.

Hehe I dunno, I heard the move is all a super knacky thing.
Keep practising I guess yo.


Actually they conform to your ears better. Don't knockem till you've tried them.
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I know you have to have your pinkyy bent at least that's what I read. Very cool florish!

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