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Posted: Jan 31, pm. Has any one tried this one out yet. Lovick says it can be used for table hopping in restaurants. I am hoping it delivers. It is a piece by piece restoration, not a flash. The face of the card is facing the spectators. Torn by Garcia is great but not ideal for table hopping. John put out the manuscript in the mid 90's and around '98 a video produced by MagciSmith. It's now on DVD with a live performance.

John is an icredible performer and in his hands as with all his magic it's beautiful. John Greenleaf Whittier. I agree with chris. It does look great in his hands but I'm not sure how much better it is suited for table hopping than Garcia's "Torn" I don't do table hopping, but seems to me they would both be o. To see their signed card torn in quarters and then being fused together really leaves a huge impression. This requires a lot of practice, but it's well worth it.

One hundred percent of the shots you don't take don't go in - Wayne Gretzky My favorite part is putting the gaffs in the spectators hands I think it's good to get many versions and then pick one that fits. The Lovick performance on his DVD is worth it. John is just a fantastic performer. Posted: Apr 27, pm. For Reparation you have to use a pic card and they sign on the little white border. Posted: Apr 28, am. Reparation is nice, I don't know about performing it tableside though, very angly.

A similar plot with simpler handling is Yves Doumergue's Ripped and Restored, that might be worth looking into as well. Brent Braun's Torched and Restored is also popular, it's not a piece-by-piece restoration though. I believe when they say "table hopping" they are speaking of the more high end restaurants, not the fast food type or Pizza Hut.

With a high end place to perform, you have some additional space to position yourself for viewing, and then other patrons are not on top of you from the next booth or table.

Braun's Torched and Restored is more suited to the high turn over restaurants. The card is signed with this version as well. The flash restore is shocking as well.

As much as I like the one piece at a time restore, I have yet to find one that fits my needs. Posted: Dec 9, am. Penguin Cool Box del has Reparation for Posted: Mar 29, pm. They have it again today, but I'm not sure if there is much difference compared to Garcia's "Torn", so I'm hesitant to order.

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John Lovick

John Lovick is an American magician , writer, and director. His performing alter ego, Handsome Jack, is a regular performer at the world-famous Magic Castle the Academy of Magical Arts in Hollywood, where he has served on the Board of Trustees, and where he won the "Parlour Magician of the Year" Award after having been nominated thirteen times. Additionally, he is a writer and has written many cover articles for both MAGIC Magazine and Genii Magazine , where he has served as associate editor for both publications. Lovick has invented numerous popular magic effects and regularly lectures at magic conventions. This book was a best seller in the magic world and the first printing sold out in less than three months. He co-wrote with Asi Wind a book of Wind's creations called "Repertoire" that was released in the spring of Lovick grew up in Libby, Montana.




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