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Bato William
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Any consensus on who makes the best card decks for card manipulations, back palming, etc.?

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Nick W
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Make your own.

take a razor blade, a deck of cards, and cut lines from top to bottom, then left to right, on the back of each card. apply fanning powder or not. and viola.
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You can break and treat a pack of red backs Bees and you have a card manipulation deck.
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Bridge size by Norm Neilsen at http://www.nnmagic.com I like the $5 deck
new poker size at http://www.stevensmagic.com
bridge size Lance Burtons are good
There are a lot of manipulation cards on the market currently.
Julianna Chen has not produced hers in plastic, will last a long time
The above is used for back palming, not for a fanning demonstration, decks with blocks of color are used for fanning it is best to use bridge size, for the colors to blend into designs.
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Murphy's Manipulation Cards work very well for backpalming, available from Denny and Lee Magic Studio:
http://www.dennymagic.com/cgi-bin/hazel.......m=005558

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Thank you, everyone.

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You're nothing but a pack of cards! - Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)
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I use Nielsen Manipulation cards and have been for the past 10 years. As James mentioned, you can break a red-baked deck of Bee cards into a manip deck. I tried the Peter Marvey cards and where not too happy with them or the Vernet cards. Most likely my problem was the fact that I was so used to the Nielsen cards.
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