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Topic: Out of this World variation with suit separation
Message: Posted by: tmorgan1011 (Mar 2, 2018 11:18PM)
A long time ago, I remember reading about a version of "Out of this World" where the suits were separated as well as the colors. Does anyone know the name of the trick or what book it is printed in?
Message: Posted by: captainsmiffy (Mar 9, 2018 01:05AM)
There is a Rheinhard Mueller effect, very clever method, called - I believe - mish mosh. It got written up by Harry Lorayne in best of friends (I think). Sorts colours and suits, clever method. don't know vol/page number etc but a starting point. Rheinhard is active on the Café and a mutual interest in the GP put us together and I learned it from him. Can dig deeper if you like, but may take me a little time.
Message: Posted by: captainsmiffy (Mar 9, 2018 01:12AM)
Bof F, vol 1,pg 314
Message: Posted by: landmark (Mar 16, 2018 10:51PM)
Didn't David Regal do something like that? Out of This Borough I think he called it.
Message: Posted by: alicauchy (Mar 17, 2018 03:45AM)
[quote]On Mar 9, 2018, captainsmiffy wrote:
Bof F, vol 1,pg 314 [/quote]

If I (re-)read it properly, it is the magician who separates into suits.

Thanks, anyway. A nice effect I had completely forgotten.
Message: Posted by: tmorgan1011 (Apr 2, 2018 10:47AM)
Thanks for the information!
Message: Posted by: judeh (Aug 16, 2018 11:54AM)
Is there a list somewhere with OOTW variants?

Jude
Message: Posted by: Vlad_77 (Aug 25, 2018 08:43PM)
[quote]On Aug 16, 2018, judeh wrote:
Is there a list somewhere with OOTW variants?

Jude [/quote]

Unfortunately I don't have it, but, there is a complete book focused on OOTW and its many approaches and variants. I never bought the book because I find Harry Lorayne's Impromptu OOTW perfect for me after comparing it to approaches from David Regal, Paul Harris, and a few others. Anyhow, I'm certain someone here owns the book and can give you information it.
Message: Posted by: alicauchy (Aug 27, 2018 04:25AM)
[quote]On Aug 16, 2018, judeh wrote:
Is there a list somewhere with OOTW variants?

Jude [/quote]

You might try the Conjuring Archive

https://www.conjuringarchive.com/list/search?keyword=ootw
Message: Posted by: Watermitty (Nov 26, 2018 03:09PM)
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