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Jaybs
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Hello everyone,

I am a big fan Gabi Parera's work and saw a video of him performing a wonderful version of triumph. I love the casual and fairness of it and was wondering if anyone knows if this was published anywhere?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v-WVRfWw1Y

Although I consider myself pretty well versed with triumph effects, this one got me and I would really like to track the source. Thanks everyone!
Maxyedid
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Its just a Cheek to Cheek deck
Have a nice day
qkeli
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This is Excellent, thanks for sharing it
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On Jul 31, 2021, Maxyedid wrote:
Its just a Cheek to Cheek deck


It's not "just" the deck - it's a great presentation.

I'm trying to make sense of the way he turns over clumps of cards about 9 times before he gathers them up. I love how messy and random it looks. It reminds me of Shuffle-bored by Simon Aronson - but messier. I would be very interested to learn how this works. Is it the kind of thing Lennart Green does?
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