In TOW All the Poker, was that a trick deck, or can Jennifer Aniston really do that nifty shuffle trick?

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In TOW All the Poker, was that a trick deck, or can Jennifer Aniston really do that nifty shuffle trick?

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The original answer from producer Alexa Junge was, “I’m pretty sure Jennifer did that herself.” With all due respect to Alexa (because I’m sure she answered as honestly as possible), we now have the miracle of slow-motion playback, and you can see (if you watch carefully) it must be a trick deck. The cards, while flying from one hand to the other, change the angle of flight in mid-air, and some of them even move backwards as Rachel moves her hands further apart from each other. That could only happen if the cards were connected to each other, for the purpose of the trick. Additionally, it’s been pointed out to me that a connected deck (probably the same one – a re-used prop) appeared in Phoebe’s possession in episode 419, The One With All The Haste. A magician who is familiar with trick decks tells me that even with a trick deck, it takes some skill. He says a few hours of practice would have been needed to get the timing and “snap” needed for her to make it look as good as she did.

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