A few applications for your MINT double facer gaff card

Each MINT deck comes with a double faced card that has a Joker on one side and a Queen of Hearts on the other. I have added two new lesson modules to the Edge 52 course going over some neat applications for this gaff card:

  1. Joker from Nowhere – This is a great extension of Lennart Green’s brilliant Top Shot move. By doing the Top Shot from a face up deck with a double face card, you can make it look like a card appears out of nowhere.
  2. Visual Transposition – The two card transposition is one of the most classic card effects out there. This version uses the double face card to create the illusion of the cards switching places instantly and visually.

Next week I’ll be adding a chapter to the course that covers the use of tapered cards and stripper decks. Stay tuned!