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[[Ultimate Rip-off]] is [[Paul Harris]]' version of [[Torn and Restored Card]]  published in [[Art of Astonishment]] (originally published in Supermagic). Significant in that it only used one card.
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[[Ultimate Rip-off]] is [[Paul Harris]]' version of [[Torn and Restored Card]]  published in [[Art of Astonishment]] (originally published in [[Supermagic]]). Significant in that it only used one card.
  
 
See also in AoA, "Ultimate Rip-off - Dancing with the Last Piece" for restoring the last piece.
 
See also in AoA, "Ultimate Rip-off - Dancing with the Last Piece" for restoring the last piece.
  
 
== Variations ==
 
== Variations ==
* Tommy Wonder's Post-Ultimate Rip-Off in [[The Books of Wonder]] - Volume 1  
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* [[Tommy Wonder]]'s '''Post-Ultimate Rip-Off''' in [[The Books of Wonder]] - Volume 1  
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* [[David Acer]]'s '''R.I.P.''' in [[Natural Selections, Volume II]] (1999), which is performed with a business card and features a piece-by-piece restoration.
  
 
[[Category:Card Routines]]
 
[[Category:Card Routines]]

Revision as of 14:18, 15 July 2008

Ultimate Rip-off is Paul Harris' version of Torn and Restored Card published in Art of Astonishment (originally published in Supermagic). Significant in that it only used one card.

See also in AoA, "Ultimate Rip-off - Dancing with the Last Piece" for restoring the last piece.

Variations