Hi guys ! I always thought that palming a card away from the deck is one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal ; it allows you to perform under conditions that would be impossible otherwise, and gives IMO a more "realistic" feel to what you do. The thing is, I just realised recently that I was more and more into the gambler's cop since I discovered it, thanks to Daniel Madison. I'm now to the point that though I can perform a quite decent one handed top palm, I rather cop the card if the situation allows it, I just feel it's a more natural way to hold the card. One the other hand, I've never felt that the Tenkai palm was suited for a real world performance, but several magicians seem to use it out there with ease and succes (Peter Harrison uses it a lot, for example, in his "Magic in the Real World" book) So what do you guys think ? Do you feel comfortable with the tenkai, do you use one way of palming more than the others and why ? Any tip would be greatly appreciated !