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ProfDigitation
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Hi all,

I just got my first invisible deck (came with Sankey's Invisible). The only thing is, is that it seems a bit "sticky". Is there a preferred method of breaking in an ID? Or is it that I just need to develop more of a light touch?
Rizzo
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Defenitely a light touch will help.
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RevJohn
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Also, I would suggest going through and spreading each card at least once. I have found that to help.

But yes, a light touch is very helpful.

John
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I think it mainly just gets down to practice. Work on it for a while and see if that's true. But, some IDs are easier to handle than others.

Robert
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