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KJ
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I have been trying for a long time to be able to fan a deck of cards and make it look good. However, when I try, the cards are clumped together! This happens with new and old decks. I have used Aviator and Bicycle cards! Could anyone tell me why this happens?

-KJ
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If it's a pressure fan then ECT really helped me get it. As for the thumb fan this method took me years to perform and I still can't do it perfectly.

John.
KJ
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ECT? What does ECT mean?
Pasteboardmoves
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Expert Card Technique by Hugard and Braue.
Alchemist
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Take a good look at the pressure fan. You could also try fanning powder if you're having a problem with moistue on your hands or cards.

Smile
secondbaseman
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Maybe you could get Dante King's Fanning Tutorial. It's great.

Niels
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You can buy some hand lotion that cuts down on the persperation on your hands. This will help immensely. Smile
MichalMystic
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Also Dante King has a great Fanning video that is very good and affordable.
Check it out at http://www.danteking.com
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Maybe you're holding the cards too tightly on the beginning of the fan. The Jeff McBride Card Manipulations Vol. 2 video can help also. Back off on the Aviator cards for fans. The finish is not very good and fanning powder only makes it worse.
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