This was a good idea. It is basically like Daniel Garcia's Greed only different method and slightly
different presentation where the bill keeps changing into different foreign currencies. I like the
presentation for this better than Greed but the gimmick that comes with this is of terrible quality.
I had high hopes for this, but it fails to impress people I show it to because the gimmick looks
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The gimmick is perfect. I have made many of these over the years and they don't last. This Tyvek
gimmick folds tight, the colors are spot on and it will last for a very long time.
that the complaints about the altered back design are rooted in an unnecessary fear that it will be
discovered. It won't. The coloration and organizations of the alterations make them invisible when
handled properly. Take it out, show it briefly, and get to business. No worries!
recommend getting a 2 dollar bill to end with, claiming that "with the exchange rates I can double
my money!". It doesn't have to end with a large bill.
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i thought the gimmick was funny! the detail on the bill--ok, on the ONE side of it was a riot. it's
not real currency, but LOOKS real from a distance--or closer if you're not studying it closely.
i so wanted this trick to be a DVD. one can learn a great deal from watching Greg Wilson
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Fake bills but a well-made gimmick !
A good addition to a classic bill switch routine.
I'm not sure why the one reviewer called this a bad product. It's a quality product and very durable
You even hand out the final bill for inspection (it doesn't have to be a
hundred dollar bill), so you END CLEAN!
Regarding the other reviewer wanting to see Greg
perform and explain this routine, it's on his DVD "In Action" (Vol 3).
So I think that this
is an underrated product...but maybe it's best to keep it that way? ;-)