KPF (the Krenz Perpendicular Fold) is a unique technique to fold a card under the cover of a spread of cards. It will require study and dedication to master. Once learned, you will have a way to fold a card into a smaller and thinner fold than any other fold that i have seen.
The demo video is shown without editing or sound sweetening—keep in mind that under normal performance, the fold is deceptive and noise is not an issue in normal performance environments (meaning that you may hear the fold in the demo video due to a sensitive microphone and the lack of background noise).
The explanation video is over twenty minutes, and the basics of TPC are covered.
Here it is, in action:
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Credit update: Jamy Ian Swiss created his Under-The-Spread Fold and published in 1987 in the lecture manuscript, Thoughts. It is the first sleight to utilize the spread of cards to conceal the folding of a selected card. I highly recommend that serious cards students study Jamy’s fold as it is well worth your time.