Here's an extremely odd, but deceptive, peek. The turns provide cover as the right thumb angles the top card out of the shoe,until one half of it clears the faceplate (Fig. 26). It is then pushed back, but half the card slides on top of the faceplate (Fig. 27). The setup only takes a second, and the right The hand hides everything. The third photo shows the concealment, and it looks perfectly normal. Once maneuvered into peek position, the top card can be dealt without hesitation.