Step 3: The Arm

Once you have the wrist down, you can start using your arm. The arm should swing it out until it is straight. The wrist should smoothly swing out at the same time making it all one big action.
<p>if you cover the cards with duck tape they fly better</p>
Just don't do this with 100% plastic cards the get chipped not ripped and plastic cards are expensive
when you say &quot;developed&quot; you mean as far as you know cuz that is a very common way to throw them like that and the almost exact way i do it...right?
Yeah. It's probably pretty common, but I haven't seen any other people who use it.
i dont have pokemon cards but plenty of those discardable go passes..<br>ive thrown them before, but not like this.<br>perhaps i can find a higher success rate by throwing them this way!
I found a better wrist technique <a href="http://howtohacklife101.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-throw-playing-card.html">http://howtohacklife101.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-throw-playing-card.html</a>
you should put up instructables on how to do those card throws (if you know how to do them)
thats cool! i like it! 5 stars! :D

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