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volto
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How did you achieve finger independence for cups and balls? Specifically, I'm talking about the various devious pinkie maneuvers. Ammar does things with his pinkie that scare me :o)

I've found an exercise that helps, kinda, as long as you don't mind the creaking sound of your tendons stretching. Are there any published exercises? Or does everyone just do a routine time after time after time...?
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None of Ammar's pinky maneuvers are any more difficult than the use of the pinky while playing a guitar, a piano, a saxophone or any musical instrument. It's just a matter of practice.

If you need to find some excercises, there is an interesting web site that may help you find some.

I think it's called gobble or gooble or something like that. Oh, yeah. I remember.

GOOGLE.COM
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Jacques
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Finger fitness...

http://www.handhealth.com/
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I don't see any problem using the pinky in C&B at all.

The real challenge is to master the pinky on counting cards with confidence while you are performing in front of real people.
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I don't do any ball vanishes... they just disappear. Smile
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Pete, don't delude yourself, your cups are eating the balls, and you know it! Smile
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