A few months ago I ordered an brown Antler deck from D&D, and ended up making it my main workhorse deck for cardistry practice. I used a Purple Artifice at the same time for practice too but also for presentation, and other decks like Absinthe, Moonshine or Killer Bees. The thing is, of all the decks I own, the Antler is definitely my absolute favourite. Its finish is closest to paper than what you'd find on a Purple Artifice, which gives a feeling of plasticity (which I really don't like, it tends to slip more and give less control over single cards). What exactly is this finish/stock that is so particular to the Antler deck? I'd really like to know so I can get myself a few more like it. I just ordered four Tally-Ho for practice, and I'm hoping they'll handle about as well.