Added by on 2012-12-07

Another Kardistry exclusive. This lovely collection of single-card flourishes from Australian Cardist Ben Coy shows us flourishers that sometimes simple maneuvers are just as beautiful as complex muti-packet cuts.

“This pair of flourishes is dedicated to one of the amazing people behind the scenes in the card community. For your dedicated work and refreshing ideas and over-all friendliness, thank you Mr. Fulton!” - Ben Coy





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  • This guy is smooth. I love the combo

  • lucas 2 years ago

    a great combo not the msot original but so smooth

  • Bonita Harland 2 years ago

    That was amazing!!

  • Dr.Tol-Ka 2 years ago

    Very smooth Ben I love it man.

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