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pattrick
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Steven, look at www.pattsmatts.com there is a short video on the home page that explains folding mats and another video that explains the performing materials. On the website there are two smaller folding mats. The pocketbook mat and The Born Book mat. For something larger you can select any mat and select the folding mat option to create the bi folding and tri folding options. Either way the folded mat is half the size of the open mat. We also are introducing a new Sam Allen hard back mat and carry case. You will need to use info@pattsmatts.com for details. Hope this helps.
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Perfect.

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I have 3 Trevor Duffy Closeup pads (14x18).

Best closeup pads I have ever used. If they wrinkle or get soiled, wash 'em, let them dry, and they are good as new. HIGHLY recommended!
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Another choice: A microfiber dish drying mat. Only $1 at a dollar store, 2 or 3 at a large discount store (these tend to be larger and nicer colors or patterns). Advantage: can fold or roll up very tight. Disadvantage: may not be the texture or firmness you prefer. If you have a mat, you could carry one as a backup or impromptu mat.
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On May 7, 2021, Rainboguy wrote:
I have 3 Trevor Duffy Closeup pads (14x18).

Best closeup pads I have ever used. If they wrinkle or get soiled, wash 'em, let them dry, and they are good as new. HIGHLY recommended!


If you can find them in stock ;-)
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On May 8, 2021, Doc Willie wrote:
Another choice: A microfiber dish drying mat. Only $1 at a dollar store, 2 or 3 at a large discount store (these tend to be larger and nicer colors or patterns). Advantage: can fold or roll up very tight. Disadvantage: may not be the texture or firmness you prefer. If you have a mat, you could carry one as a backup or impromptu mat.


Funny thing! I saw this and went to look at my drying mats. Unfortunately they are not a color I would want in a mat but interesting idea.

Another surface type that hasn't been mentioned unless it went over my head is card/poker table surface or Black Jack/Craps mat. I personally don't like this type of surface and I don't like it when magic dealer's close-up pad adds don't mention it when the particular pad has such surface.

I have a folding version made by Pattrick and it has been my favorite. Thank You, Pattrick!
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Any suggestion as to which of Patrick's mats would be best for the 3 shell game? My current mat is one of the 'standard' mats available from Murphy's, and doesn't have enough 'give'. A vague request, I know, but any input would be appreciated.
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Any suggestion as to which of Patrick's mats would be best for the 3 shell game? My current mat is one of the 'standard' mats available from Murphy's, and doesn't have enough 'give'. A vague request, I know, but any input would be appreciated.

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Thanks, Wravyn, will do.
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Just spoke with Patt. What a nice guy! Ordered a tri-fold black plush mat. Thanks again, Wravyn.
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Received my mat yesterday. Trifold plush, original material. A thing of absolute beauty, and a pleasure to do business with Patt. My shells love this mat! Smile Thanks again, Wravyn for suggesting that I call Patt.
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