Wynns or Centurions?

May 24, 2008
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I want to know if you guys recommend performing with my wynns or my centurions since these are my favorite cards. So, centurions, wynns, or both
 
If for magic, if you got brown wynns I'd say use centurions. The jumbo pips look ugly and may scar one's eyes.

For flourishing I'd say Wynn's since they are good for cuts and all.

I don't own violet or red wynns so I dunno bout them.

~PaCo
 
Dec 20, 2007
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I want to know if you guys recommend performing with my wynns or my centurions since these are my favorite cards. So, centurions, wynns, or both

I would say go with the wynns. They have color in them so to the audience they won't look as suspicious as the centurions. Not that either of them are gaffed, but the audience just might not be sure that the centurions are normal. However, I have not had a problem with the audience when I use the centurions, so go with whatever you like best.

- Matt
 
May 24, 2008
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I guess your right Matt, because the wynns look very simple while the centurions could bring up issues with the specators. Thanks for the input guys
 
Sep 9, 2007
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I'd go with the Centurions, even if I only had a chance to check out Wynn's. They're great solid cards but they're good only for tricks practice and for some fancy xcm cuts. When it comes to performance, Centurions will work perfectly.
 
May 24, 2008
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i just powdered a deck of wynns so now they handle the same, but now they can fan and stuff
 

J+H

May 27, 2008
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I'd go with Centurions because they're unique and attractive as well as attracting. Wynns have a simple design and not nearly as much detail as Centurions. Plus Wynns where out quickly so you best save them so that they have a long life. ;)
 
Feb 28, 2008
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i know it wasn't an option, but I like the Gaurdians a lot more than both... But between the two, I'd say Centurions just because I think they feel a lot nicer and people seem intrigued by the dark back. I've never had anyone think they're gaffed or something before, and if someone does, I let them shuffle them and handle them and there goes that perception.
 
Feb 3, 2008
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Use the one that fits your style or the one that handles better for you. I personally don't like the way Wynns handle for magic, but I will sometimes use them for flourishing. For me Wynns tend to stick together more, making it harder for me to get precise breaks...this completely screwed me up when I was performing the Absent Minds routine once, after a little patter saying that I would make it "more challenging" for myself by using some "harder to use" casino cards...
 
May 24, 2008
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Use the one that fits your style or the one that handles better for you. I personally don't like the way Wynns handle for magic, but I will sometimes use them for flourishing. For me Wynns tend to stick together more, making it harder for me to get precise breaks...this completely screwed me up when I was performing the Absent Minds routine once, after a little patter saying that I would make it "more challenging" for myself by using some "harder to use" casino cards...

For me they handle almost identically since i powdered my wynns, but i honestly don't care, i just want to see like what others think

EDIT: oh, and i have had suspicion come into play with my centurions, but not my wynns
 
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