So so far I know two ways to fan, and 3 single handed cuts - the Charlier cut, the Scissor cut and the Revolution cut (using my left hand, which by the way was useless before, I am solely right handed and now this cardistry thing is making me ambidextrous ). Also I know how to do a single handed Card Twirl, not very well though, so it doesn't look as flash. Also my single handed cuts don't look as smooth, and I can't do them one after another quickly back to back. But you gotta start somewhere, I'm finding this whole cardistry journey fun and very rewarding, when I first started I was like open youtube video, watch, close youtube video, cry. I went to bed a few nights ago saying "this is impossible, impossible I tell you, how do they expect me to do that!?" and "my hands are WAY too small!" which apparently is something most cardistry students say no matter how big their hands are, my hands are very large btw and I just realized there are things your other fingers are doing at all times in order to make certain moves possible. It all boils down to lots and lots of practice, muscle memory and the sub conscious working while you're not doing anything. Right now my fave deck is the Killer Bees deck, but I also use my Aurelians because they are harder for me to do tricks on and I find if I practice with them despite sucking with them and move back to the Killer Bees I've improved an order of magnitude. The Aurelian deck is more springy and each card is thinner, slightly than the Killer Bees which don't get me wrong, are still very thin but are a lot stiffer. Can't wait to get my other decks which I will open and explore more different feeling of other different decks, I've noticed that basically cards all have different feel and handling. Edit: One other thing I've also realized, one flourish will usually depend on knowing another flourish to complete it, with the most basic ones, based on knowing the proper grips.