Here’s the trick: You tear up a 4 and put a corner of the card in your friend’s hand. Then you take a step back and tear up a 7. You hold a corner of the 7 between your fingertips…and VISUALLY CHANGE IT INTO THE CORNER OF THE 4. Then your friend opens up her hand…AND SHE’S GOT THE 7.
VERY IMPORTANT POINT: This trick ONLY USES TWO CARDS. No extra pieces, no fancy sleight-of-hand. THE CARDS DO ALL THE WORK FOR YOU. And when you’re done with the trick, YOUR FRIEND CAN KEEP THE TORN CARD PIECES as a souvenir of this IMPOSSIBLE HAPPENING.
I know, I know—this one sounds too good to be true. It’s not.
This one really does live up to the hype. Once you start performing Tornado, you’ll see it for yourself. You’ll see it in the faces of your friends, of your spectators. And you’ll want to see it again and again and again.
What you get:
When you buy Tornado, you’re going to get detailed instructions from Rick Lax, as well as an INGENIOUS subtlety taught by Justin Flom.
You’ll receive EVERYTHING YOU NEED to perform Tornado, including 28 custom-designed, gimmicked cards, allowing for 14 performances.
He's only gone and done it again .For some time now I've being trying to get a card in spectators
hand change place with a card held by me.Of course there's a slight that can seemingly acomplish
this.However I wanted a more fairer method. In the meantime mr lax has barged right past me to the
front of the queue.Awesome effect I think this would be great to do immediately after his binary
2.0.Whilst your in a card ripping mood.
You could seemingly pick
some deliberately left unripped cards off the table after binary (with some reworked handling).Then
launch straight into this.This is definitely what I intend to do.Buy this and binary 2.0 you'll have
a nice long routine.Well done again...
The trick is unbelievable, the most powerfull i have ever seen, but, the only thing, is that when
you buy it, you only get 26 cards which means, only 13 performances, so if you are gonna buy it, I
really reccomend you to buy the refills
This is one of the most visual tricks I do. It is very effective, but to end clean, you will need to
do a lot of mirror practice. If you tear the cards wrong, you will not be able to end clean. You
will probably spend more time practicing than performing. However, once you are comfortable with the
trick, it will be something you will want to perform over and over!