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HuronLow
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Hey guys, are these worth buying? Or should i just stick to bee?
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magic hands
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If you are looking to do card appearences..Back palming and such they are good..very thin..good for the card manipulator Smile
Mr A
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In Jeff McBride's Art of Card Minupulation, I think Vol 3 he teaches you how to make Bicycle cards easier to back-palm
Peter Marvey's are ok to learn on, but I like to use everyday looking cards.
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Peter's cards are thin and the idea of his design is great. Black backs with a thin brown stripe on the end to camo the cards. The one i saw where only a demo packet sent to the store but he prints his name in Big white letters in the center of the card. I know that it is not that bad but it seems self defeating since the whole point of the cards is to be invisible.

Perhaps he does not print his name on them when you buy a regular pack from him, but i never ordered any beacause i was not sure and could not get a good answer.

Mat
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