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One of the best impromptu tricks ever invented for an unprepared dollar bill, invented by the late Jack Chanin. Long off the market. This charming bit of magic is almost forgotten today. This sold in the 70s for $10.00. According to Dollar Times that would be over $60 in today's dollars.
You show an unprepared dollar bill and fold it into quarters. At the folded corner of the bill you tear off a section, as shown on the cover photo. The audience plainly sees the missing section. Placing the small torn piece into your mouth, you blow it at the bill. Instantly, the bill is restored, pulled on and shown on both sides.
Nothing could be simpler or more amazing. Learn this impromptu trick and you will always want to use it. It's that good! Easy to learn and positively no skill required. No switches, gimmicks or thumb tips. Only one dollar is used. Works with any paper currency world-wide.
Supplied as a PDF that shows you every step with crystal clear photos making this easy to learn in a few minutes.
1st edition 2019, 5 pages.
word count: 563 which is equivalent to 2 standard pages of text