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Torn but not Forgotten by Anthony Miller (Instant Download) The most visual torn and restored card in the world!
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some observations Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 24th, 2007
1. If you are new to card magic you will not be disappointed as you will learn one of the best card sleights in magic, once you have it down you will not stop doing it in or out of this effect trust me.
2. Oz does an ok job, but i think the presentation needs altering as the effect doesn't quite make sense at the beginning where the spectator can only peek at the chosen card as if the magician is withheld from this information he tears a piece off then looks for the other half straight away, just too fishy! but this is easily fixed with some creativity.
3. Of course it can be done with a borrowed deck if they have the same deck as YOU! i can't condone this being stated in the demo.
All credit to the creator of this effect though.
Nice for a download Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
if you are gonna take the time to a set up for a torn and restored then get a more visual effect. my suggestion would be torn too, which uses a similar principal. there is too much busy work and set up for a torn and restored effect without the eye popping visuals
Well, can't really be done with a spectator's deck Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 5th, 2003
unless their deck matches. The promise of being able to use a spectator's deck is misleading. If someone has a generic one way deck from a tradeshow with a different face design, for example, or a bridge sized deck, then you can't do the trick unless you made special arrangements in advance to match this deck. Unfortunately, my spectators don't use bicycle decks, which I use. They use whatever is cheap or whatever was given to them.
Other than that, it's a great trick.
But to clarify, unless the deck that is handed to you is typically the deck design that you normally use, then you can't use the spectator's deck.
Amazement not Forgotten Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 30th, 2003
If you're familiar with tearing dollars and restoring them, this would be a great one to go with it. Oz does a fantastic job detailing exactly how to hold the deck and come out clean.
No dumb props!!!!!!! w00t w00t Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 4th, 2003
This is a great trick becuase it can be done with a borrowed deck! There are no complicated props and is very easy to perform and the outcome is amazing!!!!! Thanks Oz for the great demonstration!
ps love the "Stealing Pips" DVD!!!
simple and powerful Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 28th, 2004
I just purchased this effect and I have to say that it was easy to learn and packs quite a punch when performed. Covering a card and having it restored right before the audience's eyes is terrific. The crowd is then completely blown away when that card is taken right off the deck and handed out for examination. This trick is super clean at the end.
This trick loses a star only because it is very difficult to do with a borrowed deck. The trick would require an identicle borrowed deck and a little set up.
Spectators Have not forgotten! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 22nd, 2004
I bought this trick the other day and didnt know if I would like it or not. It is one of the best instant downloads I have ever gotten. I did it for my MOm and she just sat there staring at her card for about a minute. The moves are easy to learn and Oz teaches them great. After about 10 minutes in front of the mirror I was ready to perform a miracle. It lost a star because the handling is somewhat angle sensitive, but most peple won't know what your doing. I would recomend this trick to anyone and everyone.
Great Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 12th, 2004
This is definitely a great trick. As said it can't be done with a borrowed deck, but hey that's not why I got it. It's well taught and made me laugh at one point because the method was just so devious. Obviously you need to wreck a card so it's probably a good idea to have a deck you don't mind ripping. Overall great trick 5 stars!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 14th, 2004
This is AMAZING. I mean it this is great.
I am creating a routine called spinning sixes and I rip and restore the six of spades.
Great buy it.
its good Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 14th, 2004
I like this trick. I thought it was smart and clever and overall I would recommend it to both beginners and professionals. The only thing that I need to do is find a way to end TOTALLY clean because with this trick you can end clean if you know what you're doing, but you have to be careful but it's not that hard to accomplish it. Overall I liked it and I thought it was smart.
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