- The sleight is angle sensitive in about 135 degrees to either side from the rear of the deck. Primarily on the left side with the right hand passing over the deck.
- The most angle sensitive portion of the sleight is when the majority of the pack is fully drawn back to permit the extraction of the chosen card.
- A key to the success of the sleight is finding a way to eliminate the curling of the fingertips as they pass over the pack in order to catching the outjogged chosen card.
One question I do have though is whether it's better to keep the pack parallel with the wrist when performing the sleight, or to angle the back downwards in order to expose less of the pack on the sides of the wrist?