So when I first started Cardistry I bought my first brick of bicycles and when I burned through that I looked up a lot of stuff and decided to give Tally ho's a try so I bought a brick of those.. And I have to say I'm extremely disappointed. Each tally-ho deck has been useful for about a day and then they already start clumping it's just crazy. I'm so disappointed with this you can't believe. And before you say anything. I was my hands 100 times a day and when I open up a new deck I even clean my hands with alcohol(and let my hands breath). I mean sure the tally-ho are great after opening and stay so for about a day. But so is pretty much any deck. But this is the 4th deck from this brick that I opened now and tssk it's the same thing every time.. after a day it becomes completely unusable for Cardistry. And in comparison I opened 2 decks of bicycle's "seconds" a while ago and I've used them INTENSELY for hours and hours a day and hours in a row. After about two weeks of Intense use I considered them too crappy for Cardistry. Well I just opened it back up again to compare with a 1 day used tally ho deck and OMG the bicycle's are still better than a 1 day used tally ho deck.. I just can't explain this.. I did not even use these tally ho decks as intensely.. No bending no pressure nothing.. just straight up anaconda's riffle fan's and waterbending pretty much. Which require very little bending. With these bike seconds I literally used them for EVERYTHING. From double lifts to pressure fans- underpressure - lepauls - anaconda - riffle fan - Riffle shuffle in the hand etc etc. I just spared them nothing since they were so cheap I treated them horribly. And yet they are still better than my tally-ho's What is going on? Anyone have a clue? I'm really certain my hands are clean.. even cleaner than when I used my seconds since I really didn't care about them. I'd almost say I'm too careful with the tally-ho's haha but how can being careful and clean ruin a deck faster than just "(edited for language)". Maybe I am missing something, did I not break them in well enough? And does that even matter to such a large extent as to make a deck useless in a days use.