Wassup Everyone? I have a few beginner question about the “Art of Cardistry ” but before I get into that… Brief/History/Past: Back when I was a “sophomore” in highschool I had a friend who sat next to me and would always do magic tricks [back in 1998] [which now I know upon googling it was called [“Card Flourishes and/or Cardistry”]. So, I would ask him everyday when he came to class to teach me, first he taught me the “Charlier Cut” and the “Card Spring” [Back in 1998] I didn’t know it had a name until this month, I’ll get into that shortly] . Present Day: Back on October 1st, 2015, My brother “Was like hey show your nephews those old card tricks you use to do”, I was like man oh man, so I grabbed a deck of cards that was laying and around and what do you know I still had the muscle memory to the “Charlier Cut” and the “Card Spring” but that wasn’t enough. So, I started googling and find out it was an actually not “Magic” but “The Art of Cardistry” So ever since then I’ve been practicing daily, slow practice that is. Tools/Videos I have the “The Encyclopedia of Playing Card Flourishes” I have the “School of Cardistry” playlist on my youtube I have the “Fontaine Cards” the “Classics” on my playlist on youtube as well Also, I’ve seen a lot of youtube videos for example: Alot of people teach the “Charlier Cut” different ways And alot of videos teach the moves way too fast, t hey skip a few in between moves, so what videos or other links, books, or materials can help with learning "Cardistry Flourishes" a little bit better Moves I know: Grips: [Besides the other basics] The swing cut The swivel cut The Z cut The V cut One Handed Cuts: The Charlier Cut The Revolution Cut The 3 packet cut Currently Working on: The 5 Faces of Sybil [Most videos on youtube explain it a bit fast] My Question(s): How did you “Cardist” practice as beginners? Did you practice one move a certain amount of reps with your left & right hand? How long or often? What material did you use if any? [Can you provide links] For example I cannot do the scissor as to my hands do not allow me To stretch my “thumb” all the way back, so do you modify the grip? Cheers!