Split

Trick by Yves Doumergue ($39.95)

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We saw this bill change a few years ago and it totally fooled us! It's crazy visual and east to do. One minute you're holding a ten dollar bill and then immediately it changes to two fives. It really is the cleanest, cleverest bill switch of its kind. Best of all, it is extremely easy to perform. You'll be doing it within minutes of watching the instruction download.

The package includes five different currencies: dollars, Euros, Yen, Yuan and UK pounds. And if you're not in one of those countries, don't fear as it also comes with fake restaurant receipts and lottery tickets for you to change. The gimmicks are made in tyvek so that they'll never tear.

How good is it? Well, it was used on Dynamo's TV show and looked amazing!

  • 1 second reset
  • Easy to perform
  • Can be performed surrounded
  • Great for close-up or stand-up magic
  • No moving magnets
  • All gimmicks included
  • Copyrights included
"The most magical bill switch I ever saw!" John Archer
"The slickest way to break a bill!" Dynamo
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Official review from MAGIC Magazine

From the June 2016 MAGIC Magazine. Reviewed by Jared Kopf

Yves Doumergue’s latest creation, Split, was made for the age of on-screen magic, which is probably why Dynamo thinks so highly of it. “Split,” says Dynamo, “is the sickest way to break a bill,” and he is probably right. Few effects could be quicker and more visual than the change Doumergue has created.

 

Richard Tuckerman

If the description of the trick suggests to you that this is ready-to-go upon purchase, you are sadly mistaken. This package is a part of the trend these days to market tricks that are arts-and-crafts projects with online instruction only. After two attempts, I have yet to create a gimmick that works anywhere near as well as the one in the video -- this at the cost (so far) of two mutilated and, I would guess, unsalvageable $20 bills. The effect is terrific and I'll be taking a deep breath one of these days and giving it another go. If you're good with an Xacto knife and rubber cement, this may be your thing. As for me, getting this right may be beyond both my fine motor skills and my patience.