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Magic_of_James
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I have seen magicians that borrow a bill, tear a corner off, give to the spectator to keep in case something happens to the bill and then the bill is tore into many pieces in front of the spectator. later the bill is found restored in a lemon, with the missing corner which the spec is holding and all matches.

I know that when the bill is tore, the corner given to the spectator is switched to match the one you want, but here is my big question. I also know that the bill tore in many pieces is not the real borrowed bill, that there was a switch. but the bill looks like a real one.

It is illegal to duplicate us currency, so I am trying to find out what you would use in these situations. I have several tricks that I am working on to use this process, but don't want to break the law doing it. And don't want to have to tape all my pieces back and send into us treasury for replacements.

Any ideas or suggestions?
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Two effects that are hard to beat and are very visual
are
Johnny Herose's rip -it Revolutionzed

Dusheck's Dollar Steve Dusheck

ri-it is non gimmicked

dusheck dollar is gimmicked how ever steve also has an un gimmicked verson

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qkeli
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I think I remember seeing the same effect as MAGIC OF JAMES said but with a slight difference, the last torn is made by the spectator and in this way I don't see how can a switch can be made ???
Do I remember well, is this effect possible ?
Jeff
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On 2005-03-18 19:18, vinsmagic wrote:
Two effects that are hard to beat and are very visual
are
Johnny Herose's rip -it Revolutionzed

Dusheck's Dollar Steve Dusheck

ri-it is non gimmicked

dusheck dollar is gimmicked how ever steve also has an un gimmicked verson

vinny


Vinny,
I agree with you on the Dushek Dollar. Fold a bill in half, take a knife and cut it in two than restore it. This is extremly visual magic.

The goos news is I hear Steve Dushek is going to lecture again. This is incredible news!

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Steven Conner
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On Mar 18, 2005, vinsmagic wrote:
Two effects that are hard to beat and are very visual
are
Johnny Herose's rip -it Revolutionzed

Dusheck's Dollar Steve Dusheck

ri-it is non gimmicked

dusheck dollar is gimmicked how ever steve also has an un gimmicked verson

vinny


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