What do gaff cards do? Gaff cards allow you to do tricks where cards are: shot, aged, flipped, zipped, fallen, faded, ripped and stuck, box printed, blank, creepy, blacked out, swirled, thumb printed, smudged, inked wrong, mis-made, tagged, transferred, erased, added to, too high, shifted, shattered, fractioned, blurred, and skeletal. There's no way to do all that without having specially printed cards. But, strangely, spectators don't really think about the fact that the card must have been specially printed just for this trick. In test after test, we have proven that they think the magic 'just happened'. This one "fault" in the thinking of the normal spectator allows you to exploit their thinking and push normal card tricks to the edge of bizarre.
Some more street magic with coins, cards and fire.
Visually penetrate any coin through a glass bottle. A cool trick. Can you figure out how he did it?
After a normal transforms into a jumbo coin, you can make it vanishes, appears and penetrates.
Here's a combo you won't see anyone else doing! The Flourishman has done it again! Here is the impossible spinning arm spread catch, with a fan production! Here's how to do it, basically: 1) Do an armspread. 2) Turn it over. 3) Throw it in the air. 4) Spin your body all the way around. 5) Catch the falling armspread, and 6) Produce a fan. Impossible?
This is really cool!. The magitian perform De'vo's Flipback, and then have it vanished off from the back of his hand!
This is one of the coolest things you can do with a deck of cards. It is amazing how this can be done without playing 52 cards pickup!
A great move from Jerry Cestkowski! Make a fan, then spin it 360 degree! Jerry even does it with Giant fans!
Imagine holding a full deck of cards in your hand, then instantly transfer it to the back of your hand...balanced, with all 52 cards still aligned. These Flipback combos show not only that (the basic flipback), but much more!
The coolest, hardest card moves are combined into one video. Two of these moves have never been seen before by the public.