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Now deal the cards normally into the right hand, or onto the table, but when you come to the noted key card your left fingers move two cards forward (See Figure 49) as one, then the rest follow smg^

Some may prefer to note the position of the actual selection and work from there but the noting of a key card is faster and preferable in cases where the actual selection is unknown but marked by a key, especially when the vanish has to occur from a full deck of cards in which the selection lies in the center somewhere.

Fourth Example: In some cases it is necessary to shove over one or two cards, then execute a Double or Triple Buckle so here again is use of the Break and Take as explained in the 1st example. Let us say you have six cards you wish to show as four but the first two have to be moved over fairly. In this case, get a break above the bottom two cards. Now shove over the top card which the right fingers take at the lower right corner with thumb on top, 1st and 2nd fingers beneath.

The card is not removed but remains pushed off and resting on the other cards. The second card is pushed over and the right fingers take this one, still under the first card, in a sort of a fan formation but held with right fingers and thumb, along with the first card, by the lower right corner. The right fingers now grasp the third card, really two, and hold onto it while the left hand moves away spreading its two cards to thus show a formation of apparently five cards.

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