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Symmatrix
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I am a collector of playing cards and I do practice manipulation and I love to collect manipulation cards too. Therefore I would like to contribute some material on the types of manipulation cards in the world.

Peter Marvey Manipulation cards

Julianna Chen Manipulation Cards

Jeff McBride Manipulation Cards

UGM Manipulation cards (Color Changing Fan)

Dragon Fan

Bee and Bicycle cards do make good manipulation cards too...

Hmm... at the moment that's all I could think of.

Thanks

Symmatrix
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Murphy Manipulation Cards are great.

I also use Norm Nielson's cards. Very good for manipulation.
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Lance Burton has a manipulation deck out on the market, although I haven't used one.
I managed to find a back design to the following Manipulation decks HERE!

Peter Marvey (Thin, and extra thin)
Juliana Chen Deck
Murphy's Deck
Norm Neilsen (Although my back design is different)
Lance Burton Deck
McBride Deck

The thickness of the decks are as follows:
Peter Marvey (super thin): 9mm
Peter Marvey (thin): 12mm
Chen Deck: Not supplied
Murphy's Deck: 10mm
Norm Neilsen Deck: 13mm
Lance Burton Deck: 12mm
McBride Deck: 15mm

Thank God that's over Smile
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Wow good job in finding us those backs Scot. My Norm Neilsen back design is different from that shown too. They are wonderful cards for producing fan after fan, particularly because of their thiness and small size.
McBride cards are like Bee cards, poker sized and stiffer than Norm Neilsen's. Great for singles productions like Snap and Perfect productions and perfect for shooting cards high into the air.
I use different make of cards for different sleights depending on the quality of the cards. No Bicycles for me though, their borders show too much.
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Nice work there Scot! That was really helpful of you.
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No problem Smile
Symmatrix
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Them it!!!

Scot..

The review is wonderful, thanks for the contribution. I love that..

I hope more contribution can be made here again..

Thanks again scot

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I've used all of those types & time after time I find the Nielsen cards to be my favorite. I think it's time to start ordering by the case. Smile
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I agree, I use the Nielson cards for producing singles and Bees for split fans.
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