I practiced Torn by DG extensively when I started in magic, it was one of the first videos I bought. While it is a great effect, I didn't end up performing it for people too much. It is very visual and a well constructed routine but just not something for me.
A few years ago I got Counterfeit Hollingworth which Wayne Houchin put out and I loved it. It is so visual, angle free, piece by piece, and a beautiful routine. I do this with my business cards sometimes but prefer to do it with actual cards because the folds for CH are where my contact details are, hah.
Another torn and restored variation, but which isn't piece by piece, that I recently got and am loving is Torched and Restored by Brent Braun. Haven't performed that for people yet as I haven't practiced enough but I find that very practical.
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