The corner of a card is ripped off and then gently balanced on the card’s back. Slowly the card is tilted - with the corner defying gravity, staying stuck to the card. It’s handed out to the spectator to inspect who discovers the corner’s not just stuck - it’s melted into the card itself.
Contains 52 Refill Cards for Angle Z, as taught on 'The Gaff System'.
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This can get amazing results, but I wished it came with, or offered different gaffs than the 2 of hearts. Some of us perform for the same circle of friends and giving out two of the same gimmick can take away some of the power that this is capable of retaining over time. Great product all the same, very recommended!
This product is phenomenal! These gaffs take Angle-Z and makes it ten times easier. If you are concerned about not knowing how to use them I recommend buying the white kings deck with them. The kings deck includes a special video download that includes a tutorial explaining how to use the gaffs. Make sure to buy your artifice decks with this or the gaffs will be close to useless. All 52 playing cards are gaffed two of hearts. 26 of the gaffs are blue and 26 are emerald. When I made my purchase I used the special 3 Deck deal and bought the kings deck, a blue Artifice and an Emerald Artifice. These are the only gaffs I ever use(apart from double-backers). For only $12 this is a steal of a deal.
I got this without purchasing the Gaff System. If you're new to magic, you may want to either purchase the Gaff System, or DM's Angle Z to get a feel for the handling of the non-gimmick version of this trick. Once you get that one down, using these cards will become much easier as you should develop the frame of mind to use these effectively.
Others have said it already: you get half the gaff in green Artifice, and half in Blue. If you don't have either one of these decks, get them or these will be useless.
Quality-wise, they're not made to withstand abuse and normal use, but that's kind of the point. They're meant to be destroyed via tearing and given away. In terms of print quality, they're extremely hard to differentiate. Even if there are any differences, it's so minute for laymen to detect.
If you haven't purchased the Gaff System or DM's Angle Z yet, get those first. IF you feel that you're ready or already have an idea how you'll handle these gaffs, pick these up and go change someone's perspective of their day into a better one.