Tear a card into four pieces - then visually restore it, piece by piece, right in front of your spectator's eyes.
Torn. Burned. Restored. A single playing card is torn into pieces - then visually restored under impossible conditions. Each piece seemingly fuses onto the next, leaving your audience with one of the most memorable souvenirs they've ever been given.
On November 27th, 1996, I watched in awe as Guy Hollingworth performed on NBC's World's Greatest Magic. With that inspiration, Counterfeit was born. It can be performed surrounded, allowing your spectators to experience the effect from every angle. The card can be handed out for immediate examination. Let them keep it.
Produced by theory11, with 30 minutes of detailed instruction and performance tips. Learn the nuances that make this one of the most engaging, powerful, practical torn and restored effects ever released.