Patrick Kun :: Invisible Hands

I can't figure out how its done :'(

Its driving me INSANE!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0olNMW6fPgs

Is it gaff cards? I'm thinking there has got to be some double stick tape somewhere...

^^ The above was my original question, and from all of the replies I have gotten, I figure I don't really want to know the answer. I'll just enjoy it as it is, and hope that one day, I'll be as good as this.
 
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Jan 8, 2010
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I love the 3 fly principle being adapted to cards! Pretty sure I could recreate it so you'll just have to brush up on your knowledge ryan. And I don't think it's gaff cards, at least I know it is possible with standard cards.
 
Jan 8, 2010
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To be fair you will probably be able to buy it for $10 or something soon ryan but as stated, if you study magic as a whole rather than what you want you will get magic vision and be able to deconstruct routines like this.
 
Nov 27, 2009
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Out of respect for Patrick I'm not going to really try to work this out, but I do have an inkling as to the method, and it's a rather genius one if I'm correct.
 
Sep 1, 2007
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Patrick is a good friend of mine, I remember he taught me this at Magic-con. I thought I'd jump in to say that this is one of those effects that looks absolutely breathtaking in Patrick's hands. I can't imagine anyone doing this routine nearly as well as he does, it's built off of sleights he's researched, tuned and perfected over years and years. It's a fantastic routine, I really hope he doesn't release it.
 
Aug 31, 2009
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I created the same exact effect about a year and a half ago, my handling is slightly different. I call mine CardOne because it was inspired by homer liwag coinone effect...I created 3 separate versions of this...there is my original handling, my gaffed verson, and a take on my original verson where the hands never come together...also instar mine with aces and they turn to kings...and I end completely clean (except the gaff verson) but I must admit patrick verson is very nice...makes me wish I tried to release mine a while back. :(
 
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