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Hi, this is my second review for a dvd. This dvd I felt like I just had to write a review. It has very very good gaff card material in here .First of all it is available from Mr. Francis himself at http://cameron-francis.com/Killer-Gaft-DVD.php Price is 35$ with free shipping. I should mention that I received the dvd in four days! Very fast shipping. Also it is available from the bigblindmedia website. Now to start of, the price was worth it indeed. When you open the dvd case first of all you see a ziploc baggie with 16 free gaff cards! I mean it is awesome you don't have to go anywhere else to buy the gaffs that you need. Sit down with your deck of cards and your ready to go. Also in the dvd there is a sleight section where cameron teaches you every sleight you need to know for the dvd and more! (I should mention, the gaffs on the dvd can be reused over and over)

First effect is: Pipeline (same one from the demo)Effect: A packet of eight cards are shown to be red and black faced Now the magician places the eight cards in the card case and in the same thought he decided to remove four. Now he will separate the black from the reds by just placing the black in one hand and the red in the other. But now he just gives them a wave and all the cards in the hand are black. So now the reds must be in the card case, wrong he opens the case and nothing is in there. They were in his pocket the entire time!
-This is a very interesting trick it combines travellers with oil and water. You need 2 gaff cards for this and there is a little setup but not something horrible. Probably wouldnít want to set up in front of spectators. Great trick. There is something that you will be uncomfortable at first but then you just donít worry about it. Uses two gaff cards. NOT very sleight demanding. 7.5/10

Teleprint- This is a very nice interesting packet effect. Too much magic going on to explain what happens. Basically a card jumps back and forth from different blank cards until it disappears and is nowhere to be seen until you turn over the packet and all of them appear to be that card.- Very awesome packet trick.
- Loved it. There is a minor setup every time you perform but probably takes like 10 seconds. Now to remember the routine sequence and moves, it takes a while to memorize. You should practice it a lot. Uses four gaff cards. A'lot of magic going on. 9/10

Boxy- Very nice card to box. Magician removes a joker places it into the card box, has a card selected signed on the face, the magician signs the back. Then it is lost in the deck. The magician spreads the card and all are face up except one face down. The back has no signature so when he turns it over it is a joker. Amazed the magician opens the card box inside there is a card it is seen with the signature turned over and revealed to be the spectators card.
-I like how Cameron uses the joker into play with the effect. It ends with the card transposing with the joker from the box. This is something that you will be using. Just one gaff card. The setup is almost none and can be repeated again. The gaff does not get ruined. 7.8/10

Side by Side- A blank card slowly prints your card.
-An amazing effect, very nice. I donít want to ruin what happens in this effect so youíll just have to buy the dvd. Uses one gaff card. Ruin one card per performance. Something you will like to use. 8.5/10

Washout- 6 cards are taken from the deck and one of them is selected. Then you interlace them, show them then give the packet a shake and all cards turn face down except your own card. Then you show the rest of the cards to be blank,
-I didnít like the effect much; I guess some people will like it. Itís nice and easy to perform. Uses three gaff cards. Just not my style. 6/10.

Switch Jack-A royale of cheese type effect.
-Very nice gaffed version of royale with cheese. It only uses one gaff card for everything I consider that to be a plus! Something you will like performing and not really hard to do. 8/10

The following- a two phase assembly. The first part is you place a jack of diamonds in the card case and you leave the rest of the jacks out. Then you make each Jack disappear and they all appear inside the card case with your jack of diamonds. For the second phase youíll just have to find out!
-Very good (have you noticed how many times Iíve said very good?) Something I see many people doing there is one part that is a little discrepant but totally flies by. Uses three gaff cards. 7.5/10

Halfusion- torn and restored card but not how you think itís like!
-Good effect although I donít see myself performing this. Waste one card per performance although you can use the same gaff over and over. Uses one gaff card. Cameron has another version in his e0book "slightly askew" which I prefer you should check that one out also. 7.8/10

PAAN- Prediction at any number.
-This is pure freaking genious. I immediately added it to my arsenal. This is a simplified version of red hot prediction. Trust me that you will want this if you donít already have a acaan effect. 10/10!

The flying four- a no palm four card signed to wallet.
-Basically what it says. Very good. Everything in this routine flows like it should every move is perfect and the last part is a real kicker. 8.9/10.

Just trust me when I say you will not regret buying this dvd. (No Iím not one of cameronís friends, he didnít tell me to write this review, he didnít lock me in a room and forced me to write this review!) This is not like other gaff dvdís which show simple gaffs this is a real step-up to gaff cards. Buy this now!

Hope this resview helped someone if anyone has any questions on any effect feel free to ask.
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Hey, thanks for the review!

Just so no one is confused, Switch Jack was inspired by Dancy's Royale With Cheese but it is a different effect as there are two selections involved and not just one.

Also, there is one other effect on the dvd which was not mentioned: Do The Wave. It's a B'Wave type thing.
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Killer magic is done with gaffs; thatís a fact.
And what a great name for a title.

Killer Gaft Magic
http://cameron-francis.com/Killer-Gaft-DVD.php

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"You are nuts! You could have sold (these effects) one by one separately! Very good my friend... The material is excellent!" -- Aldo Colombini

Cameron Francis (star of The Omega Mutation, Rehab, Red Hot Prediction, Twists & Turns, Fresh Mint etc) is BACK! And this time he is armed with GAFF CARDS!

You want easy magic that will make your spectators eyes pop outÖ well, Killer Gaft HAS IT IN SPADES! (And Clubs, Hearts and Diamonds too!).

Eleven routines, SIXTEEN Gaff cards (printed by the USPCC), over TWO HOURS of content.

Pipeline - Oil and Water meets the Travelers in this devastating effect!

What The Blank - Four blank cards print three selections one at a time. As for the fourth card... A surprise ending that you're spectators won't see coming!

The Flying Four - A no-palm, four signed cards to one pocket that you will use!

Tele-Print - A card, say the ten of diamonds, jumps back and forth between two packets of blank cards, then disappears, then all of the cards turn into the ten!

Side By Side - A blank card slowly prints a selection. A new twist on a classic trick!

Washout - Small packet Triumph with a kicker ending!

Boxy - Super easy signed card to card case!

Switch Jack - Four jacks, two selections and a whole lot of magic!

The Following - An off beat, two phase assembly!

Halfusion - A torn and... not quite restored card that leaves your spectator holding a truly impossible object!

Paan - A prediction written on the back of a card is discovered at ANY number!

Do The Wave - B'Wave with a twist!

But thereís more Ė included free on Killer Gaft is ĎSleight Schoolí. Cameron takes you through EIGHTEEN different magical sleights. This is like ninja school (if magic was martial arts and Cameron was a ninja, which it isnít and he isnít Ė but you know what we mean).

Learn Ė

Double Lift
Elmsley Count
Touch Force
Tilt
Jordan Count
Hammon Count
Vernon Substitute Transfer
Flushtration Count
Mercury Card Fold
Diminishing Lift
Diminishing Count
Braue Reversal
Thru The Fist Flourish
Erdnase Colour Change
Atfus
Twirl Change
Paddle Move
Alignment Move


The Quality:

Like all other Big Blind Media productions, the quality on this DVD is excellent. It was filmed with multiple cameras and they are very high quality. Also, the menus are set up nicely, and unlike some DVDs, there is a ĎPlay Allí button that everyone loves. Overall, I couldnít have asked for a better production job.

The Teaching:

Judging from all the other Cameron Francis products I own, I knew the teaching on this DVD was going to be excellent. And I was right. Cameron goes over everything multiple times and really gives you detail. Everything is explained clearly. You should not have any questions when you finish watching this DVD.

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The Content:

Pipeline- A magician shows eight cards, four red spot cards and four black spot cards. They are in alternating color. The magician places four of the cards inside the box, leaving him with two red and two black. With no moves, he is holding four black cards. The only logical place is that the red cards are in the box. The box is opened and the red cards have seemed to disappear. The magician, with empty hands, reaches into four different pockets and removes all of the red cards.

This is sweet. I really like the moment when they see you holding two red and two black, and then only black. There is no possible explanation. The cards are shown front and back and the magicianís hands are empty. I also really like the surprise ending. I think having the red cards appear in the box would be too expected; the audience would know where the red cards were before you told them. Also, this is super easy to do. You should have this down in no time. A great effect.

Tele-Print- The magicians shows five cards: four blue backed, blank faced cards, and one blue backed ten. The ten is pushed in between two of the face down blanked faced cards. The ten disappears from the small packet. It then reappears between the other two blanked faced cards that were resting on the table. The magician offers to do that again, this time a little differently. This time, the ten is inserted in between the blank cards the opposite way. This time, it doesnít appear inside the other cards. You now have four blank cards, and no ten! The packet is squeezed, and the ten comes back. Then, all four cards change into tens.

Thatís a long description, but this is a killer effect. This is by far my favorite effect on the whole DVD. Itís just so magical. One of the greatest points is that after the ten vanishes you are super clean. You have pretty much nothing to hide. And then the ending is killer. The blank cards are seen throughout the effect, and then with no switches they are all tens! When I first saw this I thought there was no way. It was like the next NFW. This is killer!

Boxy- A magician is about to start his card trick when he sees the Joke. UH OH! He states that the Joker always ruins his card tricks. He puts the Joker into the card box. Any card is selected and signed on the face. The magician then signs the back of the card. The card is lost into the middle of the pack. When you spread the cards, one card is reversed. It turns out to be the Joker. The card box is opened and they see a face down card with the signature on it. It is turned over and itís the signed, selected card.

This is definitely my second favorite effect on the DVD. I might perform this more than Tele-Print because this is not a packet trick. When I first saw this I thought great, this is like every other card to box routine Iíve seen. But I was wrong. I love this. The additions Cameron has added make this a wonderful routine. I really like this because they clearly see the Joker go into the box, with no signature on its back. Also, any card really can be selected, there is no force. This has an easy reset and a very quick one. I encourage everyone to check this out.

Side by Side- A card is selected and signed on the back. It is then lost into the middle of the pack. The magician has a blank cards, and starts to gather an image from the spectatorís mind. It would be impressive if the blank card says their card. And it does, written on the card is ĎYour Card.í How lame. The magician rubs the blank card, and it changes into their card. But, the writing ĎYour Cardí is still on the card! The signature is not on the back, though. With a snap and a wave, the card really turns into their card!

This is more confusing to describe than it is to watch. It really is a great trick. The most magical moment is when the blank card morphs into their own. The killer part here is that what you wrote on the blank card transfers over to their selected card. And did I mention there was no force? I love tricks in which a gag turns into a magic trick. Thatís exactly what this does. It turns a lame gag into a miracle. This is great.

Switch Jack- Four kings are shown. The two black ones are separated from the two red ones. A card is selected, and then another card is selected. Both are memorized. They are both lost in different parts of the deck. The black kings are placed underneath the card box. The red cards are placed face down onto the deck, and the magician snaps his fingers. When he spreads over the cards, one of the selected cards is in between them. The kings are then turned face up. With another snap, they trap two cards. This time they are the two black kings. Under the card box is the other card they selected.

This is a great effect. It reminded me of the Luke Dancy effect, and he is credited. I really like sandwich routines like this one. Ones in which there are no moves, and cards appear in between them. You literally put the cards on the deck, and a card just appears. It looks so magical. And then you have a great kicker ending in which no one would ever expect. This is pretty easy to do, but will require some practice. A great part is that the black kings are clearly seen going under the card box, and then they change into a selected card. Itís just so magical.

What the Blank- The cards are shuffled by the spectator. Four blank cards are placed onto the table. Four cards are selected from the center of the deck. The blank cards are shown to be blank on both sides. One of the cards that was selected is then printed onto one blank cards. It is done again with a second card. You now have a duplicate of two different cards. This is done again. With the last card, the four of the cards are rubbed and change into the selected card.

I must have done a terrible job explaining what that looks like. Once again, itís hard to describe, but looks great. Within the first part, it looks like every other printing effect. The kicker ending makes this effect great. It really is a highly unexpected ending. I never liked printing effects, so I wonít be performing this much, but I know others will. A great part is that the blank cards are shown front and back, and then they print one by one. Even though itís not for me, I think everyone should give this good one a chance.

The Following- You ask what Jack is the most powerful. It turns out to be the Jack of Diamonds. The other Jacks will do anything to be with the other Jack. The Jack of Diamonds is placed into the card case. The three Jacks are shown, and one vanishes. The next Jack vanishes as well, and then the last one does. Inside the card box is four cards, the four Jacks. It is done again. The Jack of Diamonds is placed face up inside the deck. The three Jacks disappear as well. The spectator doesnít think youíre telling the truth, because youíre holding them! The Jacks really did go, youíre holding four blank cards. Inside the middle of the pack are four face up Jacks.

I really like this one again. Once you think the effect is over, it gets better. The vanish of the three Jacks is great. Itís kind of like a sucker effect; the spectator thinks they know whatís going on when they have no idea. Also, the appearance inside the card box looks great. When I first watched it I was fooled very badly. This also has a great story line. One Jack is the most popular and powerful that all of the other Jacks want to follow him. That makes sense of the fact they the travel with him into the box and the middle of the pack. A fantastic effect.

Washout- Six cards are taken from the back. They are random colored spot cards. One of the cards is touched and memorized. Itís lost inside the middle of the packet and the packet is mixed. Three cards are turned face up and mixed into the face down. With a shake, all the cards are face down except for their card. The odd thing is, all of the other five cards are blank! They picked the only printed card.

When I first saw the first half of the trick, I thought it was okay. When I saw the kicker ending, I thought it was terrific. They see other printed cards when they are turned face up, and then the turn blank. A highlight of this effect is that there are no funny moves. There are no funny moves to get the cards all facing the same way, and there are no funny moves to get the cards to turn blank. Another great effect from this DVD.

PAAN- A prediction has been made on the back of one card that is in the middle of the deck. The deck is shuffled and the spectator cuts the cards. The card the spectator cut is looked at and memorized. The spectator names any number between 1 and 52. The magician counts down to that number and shows the card. Itís not the one the spectator selected. On the back of that card is the written prediction. The prediction is the card they selected. The deck is shown to have no other writing on the back.

This is a great effect. Right when the spectator names a number, they think they know what is going to happen. Boy, are they wrong. The prediction on the back of a card is a great addition to the ACAAN plot. I really like this and have performed it a few times already. It has gotten great reactions every time. Everyone should check this effect out.

Do the Wave- A small packet of cards is shown. You pretend that they are the four Jacks. The spectator removes one of the imaginary colors. Then they eliminate one of the cards, leaving them with the selection. Inside the packet, there are four cards. The Jack they selected is face up. People think this is sleight of hand. To prove that itís not, and the magician really did know this in advance, the other three cards are shown to be blanked faced. And written on them is ĎJack of Clubs.í

Finally! Someone made sense of why the cards are blank at the end of BíWave. Iíve always loved the classic Goldstein effect, but I never understood why the cards are blank at the end. It just never made sense to me. Finally, Cameron has made sense of it. And I applaud him for that. This is a super duper great effect and everyone should add this ending to their BíWave routine. This is simply fantastic. My third favorite on the DVD.

Halfusion- A card is selected and folded in half. It is then ripped along the crease. The two half pieces are placed face to face. To restore the card, the magician puts a staple holding the two pieces together. The pieces are placed inside the box. When opened, the pieces have reversed. The two halves are now back to back, still stapled together. With a little squeeze, the pieces fuse together. They are one solid half card!

I canít really describe what is given away here at the end. Itís kind of like a mis-made card but only a half card. Itís a very good souvenir. I love T&R tricks. I have some of my own and some created by others. But, this is a great addition to the T&R plot. When I first saw it I got very interested. It has a great method and itís easy to do. I canít wait to try this out. Itís simply fantastic. I think itís great because it leaves the spectator with a souvenir to remember what you did, not just a card that has creases in it.

Flying Four- The four Queens are shown. Four double blank cards are shown as well. Four stickers are marked with the spectatorís initials, and one is placed on the back of each Queen. The four blanks are placed underneath the card box. One by one, the Queens turn into the four blank cards. The blanks are shown front and back. Underneath the card box is one blank card. On the back of the blank card is says to check the magicianís back pocket. In the back pocket are the four initialed Queens.

This is very, very good. Itís a great card to pocket routine. When I first saw it, I thought there must be some duplicate signatures. There arenít. I really like the change from the Queens to the blanks. Itís so clean. All the blanks are shown front and back after the change. I have performed this a few times already and it KILLS. This is something everyone should try out.

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Overall:

This is a fantastic DVD. Usually, I find things on a multiple trick DVD that I think are bad. I didnít find any here. Everything presented on this DVD is great. Aldo said it right, these could have been sold separately. This is a must have DVD. A solid 9.5/10. 10/10s are rewarded for real magic.
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That is a good review. Although I don't understand why the blank card ending in Max Mavens 'B'wave' never made sense to you before.

Is'nt the reason they are blank in B'wave because you were so sure that a certain queen would be picked that you did'nt bother to bring all of the queens with you.
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So if you didn't bother bringing the Queens, why did you bother bringing blank cards? That's the part that made no sense to me.
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The idea of the Blank cards in B'wave is basically to prove that you didn't use sleight of hand. It is conceivable to a spectator that you could have flipped a named queen face up... the odd back is harder to explain and then when the faces are blank, there is nowhere to backtrack.
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Thank's Liam! In the original instructions I think 'A game of Imagination' is played so blank cards would tie in with that.
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On 2009-04-26 18:55, Liam Montier wrote:
The idea of the Blank cards in B'wave is basically to prove that you didn't use sleight of hand. It is conceivable to a spectator that you could have flipped a named queen face up... the odd back is harder to explain and then when the faces are blank, there is nowhere to backtrack.


But that doesn't really explain why the blank cards are there. That's more of a psychological approach. What would your patter be if you presented B'Wave in that manner?
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Something like ''Since what we were playing was only a game of imagination the other 3 queens were never really here....or I was so sure that you would choose
the Queen of clubs that I did'nt bother to bring the other three...
That sort of thing.
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On 2009-04-26 19:14, Markymark wrote:
Something like ''Since what we were playing was only a game of imagination the other 3 queens were never really here....or I was so sure that you would choose
the Queen of clubs that I did'nt bother to bring the other three...
That sort of thing.


The first one makes the most sense, but I don't like to approach this as an imagination trick. I like to say that I have a prediction from the start.

The second one though makes no sense at all. Please answer why you wouldn't bring the three other Queens, but three other blank cards. If you didn't even bother, why wouldn't you just use one card?
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Thanks for the great review!

Just to be clear on my end, my version, as I state on the dvd, is not meant to be an improvement on the original, just a variation. Although if some of you like it better, well, then that's great.

I love the original B'Wave!
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Well I just placed my order about 5 minutes ago, I cannot wait as I chosen the next working day delivery. So I can add a little review myself, anyways does anyone know of a book which adds the best ways to ring gaff cards into play? So far I've been using the jokers to take them away or complete deck switches, but I think this sort of info is gold. I would like to know how Cameron or David Forrest rings gaff cards, not to be cheeky or anything.
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Well it came today I've just looked at it & I must say it's very good. I really like The Following effect I can see why you would want to keep that effect to yourself, pipeline, boxy etc are also very good as are the other effects. I putting The Following straight into my routine. I also like Paan very directed & a nice twist, so many good effects great work Cameron.
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Wonder,

Wonder, thank you!

As far as ringing gaffs in and out of play, as you can see, in many of the effects, the gaffs are rung in organically. With an effect like What The Blank, you just pull the cards out of your pocket or wallet. They're "special cards" so it makes total sense.

With effects like "The Following", you need to have the gaffs in the card case. But this is very easy to do as you simply leave them in there when you remove the deck. Plus, The Following has an almost instant reset.

Hope that helps.
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Thanks for your reply, & I understand what you mean. I'll PM you if that's alright with you about a new handling I've come-up with to one of your effects. & the only reason I've come-up with a new handling is that it fits with my patter. it will be in the next few weeks as I want to get it down to as good as it can get. I just want your advice as I respect you as a magician & your advice I know that it will be the right way to go with. thanks again Wonder
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I am on my way to order this and I am already pretty confident that I am going to like this very much as I have enjoyed all of Cameron's other dvds and products, they are all wonderful and definately value for money.

I bought a dvd set about gaff cards early this month which is called 'Gaff - The Next generation of gaff Card magic', comes in a 4 DVD set, and I gotto say it's one of my poorest purchase this year, it was a great disappointment, boring to watch, and explanations wasn't clear. Consider biggest waste of money.

I am sure Cameron's Killer Gaft is gonna Kill and will be 100 times better than the one I bought earlier. A lesson learnt is that to stick with the names you know, and go with BBM products, you can't go wrong! I have got almost all of BBM's releases and so far not a single complain from me Smile
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You will not be disappointed with Killer Gaft Magic, Cameron go's over everthing. I love "The Following" as you can see from my last post. Boxy, Washout, Paan & Pipeline are excellent effects as are the others, don't get me wrong there's one or two effects I might not use as thay don't fit my style. But thay are still good effects, & the best thing about some of theses effects thay reset straight away. I hope this has helped
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Review now posted on iTricks: http://itricks.com/reviews/?p=754
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Killer Gaft just got two very good reviews in the July issue of Magic and the July issue of Genii. To be fair, the Genii review has a few minor caveats but the overall review of both Killer Gaft and Liam's Gaftastic very very positive.
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Some tricks in this set are definitely not for me but Boxy, The Following and What The Blank are worth the purchase.

If you enjoy card magic with gaff cards, you should already have this one.
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