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Has anyone used R&S to do NFW? How did it work?
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I never tried it but my guess is that the cards may separate when you flip them over on the table. You would have to hold the R&S cards in your hand.
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You could use science friction and spread them on the table, but you still wouldn't be able to handle them as easily as the original method. As a matter of fact since there's no reason for separation afterward other than to reset there's no logical reason for using anything other than the original stuff.
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I heard from a friend that anecdotal evidence is actually quite reliable.
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On 2013-06-22 09:10, MagicJuggler wrote:
You could use science friction and spread them on the table, but you still wouldn't be able to handle them as easily as the original method. As a matter of fact since there's no reason for separation afterward other than to reset there's no logical reason for using anything other than the original stuff.


I agree.
That was said much better than my post.
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