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The effect is actually called The Tossed-Out Deck, and it was published in The Bold and Subtle Miracles of Dr. Faust, by David Hoy.

This amazing little book also includes the Hoy book test and Hurling the Headlines. The underlining premise of all the effects is bluffing in various clever permutations.

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Yes yes yes, I know that already. I just wonder if the principle in itself have a name. Anyone know anything about that?
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There is indeed a little information on the Rashomon principle in Theater of the Mind page 129.

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On 2002-08-30 13:50, Yaniv Deautsch wrote:
There is indeed a little information on the Rashomon principle in Theater of the Mind page 129.


Yaniv, I don't see the Rashomon principle mentioned on page 129 of Theater of the Mind. Are you sure it isn't on another page?
Or am I just totally blind?
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Yaniv Deautsch
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He dosen't mention it by that name.

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Al Mann has written about this. He does not call it Rashomon though.
He calls it the Tesseract and traces its first recorded demonstration to Hofzinser in 1853 - using the "One card as Three" handling.

Mann describes several extremely clever presentations (only one with cards) in his very cool book, The Tesseract.

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I first heard of the Rashomon principle in
T.A. Water's Mind,Myth and Magic.
I can't remember what page though, sorry.
I always wondered [until someone posted the movie title] why he didn't just say "duel
reality"
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