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I have a very tough time producing the card at the end of the cut. The buck twin didn't do a good job explaining the production of the card in hit the road. are there any tips that may help? thanks
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Buy their lecture notes or ask them by email. Smile
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Just practice the cut itself at first, until you can PERFECTLY do it like to the point where it's automatic and you can perfectly flip the deck and catch it. Do this for awhile and then try the production. I've experimented with the crimp and I think you can do it crimping the short sides instead the long sides when you crimp. So the card is like; ), picture that figure being straight instead of sideways. Try this and do it. Hope it works.
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You should ask the man they took the move from. TG Murphy. He has better ways to do it as well.
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I've found that there is no need for a crimp at all. When you do the deck flip just make sure you have a break under the top card, and that will cause the card to turn.
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Man... I practiced this for many hours but the BOTTOM two cards always fly off when I do it... about 99% of the time.

I can get the deck to flip and stay together and produce the card or not produce the card whenever I want.... but still 99% of the time the bottom 2 cards fly off.

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The fly-off of bottom cards will desappear with time. I try to hold the deck in a way it doesn't lie in my left hand. Try to get a position in which the contact between the deck and your left palm is the minimum in order to avoid the friction that cause this flying-off.

I still can't be sure of the result of my move: a fancy false cut or a fancy production.

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