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ES Andrews
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Hello, can anyone please suggest any good sources for a full deck palm? I am trying to work out a deck switch while seated at a table. Thanks.
papermechanic
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Check out steve fortes tapes volume 3 I believe. he shows some deck switches on there and you may be able to get a look at how he holds the deck.
ES Andrews
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Thanks for the information papermechanic. Hope to be buying the Forte tapes soon.
Andrei
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Grow big hands.

Or be clever.

Andrei
tommy
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You don't need big hands... just a big heart.
If there is a single truth about Magic, it is that nothing on earth so efficiently evades it.

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Or perhaps big cajones? Smile
Daniel M. Carrico
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Try this:
Latral palm the cold deck in the Right Hand. Hold the Hot Deck in the Left Hand in a deal position. Move the Right Hand with the Cold Deck over the Hot Deck. Square up the Cold Deck, showing it. It hides the Hot Deck. Gamblers cop the Hot Deck as you place the Cold Deck onto the table and spread it Right to Left, for a table deal or whatever. At the same time the Hot Deck goes into the lap.

It's fast and easy but it's not angle proof.
If there is a single truth about Magic, it is that nothing on earth so efficiently evades it.

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You don't need big hands nore a big heart you just need small cards
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