Don't complain about the name of the trick, comment on the guide.
Footing: Place your front foot right behind the front bolts with your heel hanging off at a very slight angle. Your back foot should go where you would put it for a FS 180, this helps it get out of the way as the board flips.
Starting the trick: Pop down normally with your back foot, nothing too special just get it out of the way.
Flipping the board:
1. with your front foot flick like a kickflip, but don't follow through with the flick so your foot ends up under the nose of the board.
2. Pull your front foot up and push forward a little bit so it flips as vertically as you can get it, it should be right side up, use your front foot to guide the board.
Landing: It's mostely committment land like you would land any flip trick, bend your knees as you land so the board doesn't slip out from under you.
The board does a kickflip:
You are following through with your flick, try to stop when its under the nose.
The board lands upside-down:
You are kicking straight out to get the board to some back around and doing a FS shuvit, try to pull up as well as kickout some.
The back foot stops the flip:
Really try to get it out of the way.
Knowing casper shuvit outs helps, but isn't necessary
This is easy to learn if your patient.
Video of me doing one:
Hope that helps