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Revision as of 00:02, 10 September 2009 by TStone (Removed hype. We all love Paul Harris, but the claims should be realistic here.)
It's an impromptu levitation where the top half of a deck float upwards. The description suggests that it should be done one on one with a spectator.
- Killer Klose-Up by Ben Harris contains an idea on the floating deck, page 69 under the title Float-Flip Flight (1983).
- The Ultimate Floating Deck pamphlet by Ben Harris is an extension (1984).
- Genii 1988 January, Vol. 51, No. 7, page 470, Ozzy Close-Up Float-Flip-Flight by Ben Harris and Howard Srecko. Howard have a handling that has a climax (as after the float) where the chosen card files out of the deck. Plus an added the idea of having the chosen card snap out of the pack in a reversed state.