This past Wednesday, we released Counterfeit by Wayne Houchin - one of the most powerful, practical torn and restored effects ever released. Counterfeit was inspired by Guy Hollingworth's performance on The World's Greatest Magic television special in 1996. Wayne was 14 years old at the time, and since then, he's developed and polished the effect into what it is today. In 1996, there was no magic exposure on YouTube - because YouTube wasn't created until 2005. But today, YouTube exposure is a significant threat to magic creators and the secrecy of magic overall. To combat that, tonight we'll be hosting the latest edition of our FAKE exposure competitions. Your challenge is to come up with the most RIDICULOUS, crazy, outside the box, laughable method for Counterfeit. Then, film yourself teaching that ridiculous method to the world, and post the link in THIS forum thread. Upload your video entry to YouTube or Vimeo, and post the link to your video in response to THIS forum thread on or before 7:30pm EST tomorrow, Sunday, February 1st. You have a FULL 24 HOURS to enter this week! After time is up, our panel of judges will go through all submissions and decide on a winner based on overall creativity. What's up for grabs? 1,000 Elite Points, Counterfeit, and 2 Decks of Black Mystery Box Playing Cards. Have fun with it! While this contest is lighthearted, the goal is to fill the web with FAKE exposure videos, making it more difficult for anyone to learn the real secret - aside from the authorized source. Together, tonight, we can make a real difference in the fight against magic exposure. Go for it!