You totally get your money's worth here! The gimmick will last you forever and the routine is easy
and "familiar" to most. Yes, you do need to use a smaller "two page" newspaper (or a newsletter) for
the trick but everything is examinable before and after the trick.
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Stopped by the Penguin booth at the TAOM & suggested to Brent that the gimmick can be used for Cut &
Restored Rope. Just use marker to mark the center(extra piece/loop) & for the
vanish/restoration....very clever gimmick.
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Very clever, nicely produced DVD instructions and a quality package altogether.
really eliminated everything the audience would think about with a torn and restored newspaper - it
gets signed, it is examined before and after...
If you master this trick, you will
definitely have shown your audience the best torn and restored newspaper they have ever seen. Enjoy!
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While its true there is no glue, wires, magnets, ect.. there is still a gimmick involved here. The
method is completely new and very very clever.
The ability to hand out the newspaper for
examination is a new twist in the torn and restored plot, unfortunately this version can't be done
will a full size newspaper with multiple pages.
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