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Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by BlazeCinder, Dec 27, 2008.
Anyone has other methods for the clean up in DB spin change?
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I actually spread it angled like that, and cull it angled like that, then, once it's on the bottom, I finally twist it right. The spread provides an ample amount of cover, so it's fine, and looks cleaner.
Hope this helps,
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I've used it to turn a face down card face up on a face down deck so there was less to see
i think you should just practice. otherwise you can use the clean up method as a triump, sort of like an inverse somersault-esque move using a deck flip of your choice (casually just flip it over or TG Deck flip, etc)
cull it and bring it into tenkai.
in the devil's picture book there is a palm that you could use i forgot the name....
I personally use Chad Nelson's perpindicular reverse ( action described in " Fourplay"-Surfaced) which is basically a perpindicular cull with a reverse so that when I close the deck I end completley clean- no reversed card.