I have perforemed it not long after learning it ...it went well.
Just something that occured to me...
After you restored the card, the card won't be perfectly matched up, as seen in the preview and mentioned by some of the forum members here. Then to clean up, you do a switch with a creased up duplicate, which is going to have perfectly aligned sides. Wouldn't observant specatators notice it? They'd think- hey, I just saw the restored card to be not perfectly aligned with a little of the edge sticking out, but when he gave it to me its suddenly all lined up! There must be two cards!
Correct me if I'm wrong..but just something I thought about..
Thanks for answering, but I think I'm gonna stick with Torn. Signed, no tedius setup, natural tearing, and more elegant handling.
Just think of this as another TNR routine that you could pull out of the air in any moment as long as you have your gimmick. You do different TNR methods and people will NOT be able to guess that you are using sleights and tricks or it will keep them guessing. I'm sure you will be in a situation one day where you will be able to perform it and make them cry with shame because you fooled them so bad.
Like any other trick, you have to decide when to do it and when not to.
Yes, very true..
I'll see if my budget can afford it first though, as I had my eyes on Panic for a long time.
By the way, regarding the gimmick, does it have to be carried around with care? Like for example, will it last if i carry it around in my pant pockets?