Ripped and Fryed - video DOWNLOAD

Ripped and Fryed - video DOWNLOAD

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Charlie Frye has come up with the most incredible Torn and Restored Technology to date! Whether you play with this in the mirror or on the town, you will love doing this! And your audience will go crazy!

The spectator signs their selected card. It is placed inside of another card, and the two are clearly torn together. The magician even separates them, making it clear that both are indeed torn. Nevertheless, right in front of their eyes, you remove their card from inside and it's completely restored!

Get this download and soon you're be performing the above miracle!
Manufacturer Paul Harris
Love it Review by Joe Mckay
Skill Level 60%
Customer Rating 100%
I love 'Ripped and Fryed'.

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

For workers Review by Jonathan Townsend
Skill Level 60%
Customer Rating 100%
What a great addition to a Card Warp pack for workers.

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

Very Clever Review by Scott M
Skill Level 60%
Customer Rating 100%
Yes, it's that clean and no, you'll not be able to reverse engineer it. It's extremely clever and for me falls into one of those categories where the secret is really better than the trick. Which is not to say that it's not good, because it is -- it's just that the method is very, very, very clever.

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

Wonderful! Review by Tracker Bo
Skill Level 60%
Customer Rating 100%
I have fooled two professional magicians with this. Play with it just a bit and I think you'll be greatly rewarded! Thank you Charlie Frye for a wonderful effect!

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

Review Review by VcosNJ
Skill Level 60%
Customer Rating 100%
This is a great trick.

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

Fantastic Review by Eric Myers
Skill Level 40%
Customer Rating 100%
One of the very best. I learned it many years ago, forgot it, and re-learned it. There is one part that requires a knack, so it's not quite as easy as the ad suggests, but once you get that part down, it's a fantastic T&R.

(Posted on 13/10/2017)

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