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Aurelio
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Hello,
I hope someone could help me regarding the name of a triumph routine and the author using a gaffed deck. The deck has about half of the cards double backed and the other half has short corners (only upper right and bottom left corners). I remember that the cards can be shown mixed, then are dribbled to see there are face up and face down cards, then dribbled again to show all backs and finally spread to show only one face up cards. I cannot remember the exact details of the routine but the description of the gaffed deck is accurate.
I would appreciate any information about who created this triumph routine and the name of it.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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will lane
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It sounds almost exactly like a Cheek to Cheek deck, sans the short corners. I don't know what function the short corners would serve, as you can accomplish what you say with a standard Cheek to Cheek deck.
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Thank you, Will. It is something different to Cheek to Cheek deck. Short corners are used to show how there are more face down cards each time they are dribbled, but I cannot remember the exact handling. It was released some years ago.
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