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[quote] On 2012-02-18 06:55, Bill Hegbli wrote: Jim, the more you work with them the more they work without fanning powder. I have been Faro shuffling and shuffling them a lot and as yet to put any powder on them. Of course I will powder them, as powder give you better control. The cut edges need to be worn down a bit from the stamping process. You can do this by working the cards and letting your hands get use the the feel, or take a heavy duty spoon and run/rub the bowl of the spoon around the edges of each card. This micro edge left protruding from when they were stamp cut, is what is preventing them from gliding smoothly over each other. To find out what I am refering to the cut edge, fan the deck and run your finger lightly across the faces of the cards. As you pass each card, you will feel a slight raised edge. This edge is what needs to be smoothed out. Hope this helps your cards. [/quote]
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