Contrary to popular belief, the Anti-Casper is not just a Nose/Switch Casper. It is not considered an Anti-Casper unless half of an Ollie Impossible is performed into a nose/switch Casper. This is usually done by popping the tail, which would begin the half Impossible or half vertical flip, and jumping. Once the board flips half of an Ollie Impossible, it comes down into switch Casper, and is caught with the front foot on top of the nose and the back foot on the underside of the board in a Nose/Switch Casper.



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