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Topic: Channins rip-it
Message: Posted by: boydy (Jul 21, 2006 12:58PM)
I would really like to learn this effect. Can someone point me in the right direction or would anyone be up for swapping effects?
Message: Posted by: J Hanes (Jul 27, 2006 03:31PM)
It is in the issue of GENII with chanin on the cover (93-94ish?. I believe ton onosaka has an updated version that can be found in "Richard's Almanac". Man, 2 kaufman plugs in one post!
Message: Posted by: Noel D (Jul 27, 2006 03:51PM)
Shigero fujiwara also has a very nice one called rip it revolutionized. It's in richard's almanac, and also in the secret sessions DVD.
Message: Posted by: rjthomp (Jan 7, 2008 09:56PM)
Rip-it revolutionized is by Johnny Hirose, and is in Collected almanac. There's another version by Slydini in the almanac as well, but nothing by Fujiwara or Onosaka...

Harry Lorayne has a version called rip-storation as well...

I like the Hirose one best myself...

Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Jan 9, 2008 05:39AM)
PM me with your email address I will send you a demo.
Message: Posted by: warren (Jan 10, 2008 07:19AM)
This can also be found on the Ammar easy to master money magic video's.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Jan 10, 2008 11:11AM)
It's a great bit.. I was lucky and learned it from Chanin himself. His style of working made it.
Message: Posted by: MaxfieldsMagic (Jun 16, 2012 01:23PM)
Yoshio Hirose demonstrates and explains his version on Vol. 1 of Michael Maxwell's Incredible Magic at the Bar Made Easy (A-1 Magic, 6 volume set). It's the third and last bonus effect on the DVD. However, you may still benefit from reading the finer points in Collected Almanac.
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Jun 16, 2012 06:05PM)
Here is Mr. Harry Lorayne's version:

Message: Posted by: boydy (Jun 18, 2012 02:12PM)
I learned the trick shortly after I started this thread, thanks all.

I am working on my own tear effect which will be similar in style to Hollingworths Reparation.
Message: Posted by: bowers (Jun 21, 2012 08:43PM)
Very good effect
Message: Posted by: magicHart (Jun 25, 2012 09:20AM)
Back when he had his shop in Philadelphia, Chanin had ads on the back cover of "The Linking Ring" for years.
Rip-it was one of his best sellers. Came with a mimeographed instruction sheet back in those days!
If you are a Genii subscriber you have access to all the old issues of Genii, on line.

A full description with illustrations of "Rip-IT" is also in David Haversat's book "The man with the Magic Hands"
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Jun 26, 2012 07:00PM)
Could Channin's Rip-it be in Classic Deceptiond CD-Rom by Jack Channin?



Is it in the book "Chanin, the man with the Magic Hands?