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daffy
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How do you do to separate back and face of a bicycle card ?
Cliffg37
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Very carefully
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Both are fun if you do it right!
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Thank you Cliffg37!!!

This is the right answer for people who do not want to search here at the MCF, they just post their question. Sad situation!

@daffy
You can also just pull out the grey center layer of a card.

Please do a search - your question is yet answered a thousand times!
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Hi Daffy,

Use the seach option at the top of the page and browse until you find something. I know you will do it next time. But for now take a look there: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......forum=37
http://www.wowbound.com/split.html

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Excuse my French...
daffy
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Sorry...
massimo
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There is a great DVD out there that explains in detail how to do that and some other card gaffing. PM me, I will tell you more.
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There is one item that never seems to get mentioned but really makes this job easier. Work on top of a real piece of finished marble. It will help you save the "flatness" of the finished good.

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Adrian Deery
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Daffy

There is a DVD availible on the subject. It is called The Art Of Card Spiltting by Marty Grams, Magic Makers puts it out. I have made most of the gaffs he teaches you how to make and I personally can say that, if you follow his directions you should have no problems splitting cards. The supplies you will need to do it are nominal in cost and extremely easy to obtain.

Hope this helps.

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