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domno
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I think taking a break is probably the best advice here. Magic should be fun. if you are getting frustrated and angry it won't be fun any more and you will learn at a slower rate. I also agree with what noobini said. People are not going to notice an injog. The only way that they may think something is up is if you are burning your own deck. Your eyes are a powerful thing. If you look them in the face, they will look at you. If you look at your hands, they will also. If you are really worried about the card sticking out, maybe play around with a little finger break in lieu of an injog.
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I whole heartily agree. You take a break almost forget about it and then you come back and it seems easier and you impress yourself.
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