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BiGGoGiBBo
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Having learned the Tamariz deck now for about 6 months, I am pleased to say that I have now found a great, unexpected, by-product in using it. I can use it to practise the classic force without any worry of missing the force card. This is a great safety net for effects that require a specific card to be taken. I just peek the position of next card where the original was taken and if its not the one I expected then I go into a different effect. I would say to anyone who wants to learn the classic force, memorise a stack first, that way you have the perfect safety net for the effect you are about to perform.

Has anybody else come across other by-products of using a stacked deck?
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That's a great way to do a mental divination. It's a completely free choice of a card, and you just glimpse one of the formerly adjacent cards as you mention.

As far as knowing the name of the card for practicing the classic force - that gives you one more out, but most effects that you'd go to after a miss - you don't need to know the name of their card in the first place.
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