Out of This World

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* [[Harry Lorayne]]'s ''Out of This Universe'' in [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]], Vol. 10, No. 5, oct. 1952, then in [[Close-Up Card Magic]] (1962).
 
* [[Harry Lorayne]]'s ''Out of This Universe'' in [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]], Vol. 10, No. 5, oct. 1952, then in [[Close-Up Card Magic]] (1962).
 
* Paul Curry's Out of this World in [[Magician's Magic]] by Paul Curry (1965).
 
* Paul Curry's Out of this World in [[Magician's Magic]] by Paul Curry (1965).
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* ''Way Out Of This World'' by [[Ron Wilson]] in [[New Tops]], Vol. 5, no. 1, January 1965
 
* [[Galaxy]] by [[Paul Harris]] in [[Magical Arts Journal]], Vol. 2, No. 9-10-11-12, 1989, then in The [[Art of Astonishment]], Vol. 3, 1996.
 
* [[Galaxy]] by [[Paul Harris]] in [[Magical Arts Journal]], Vol. 2, No. 9-10-11-12, 1989, then in The [[Art of Astonishment]], Vol. 3, 1996.
 
* [[Daryl]]'s ''Out of This Hemisphere''. (Marketed trick) (1989)
 
* [[Daryl]]'s ''Out of This Hemisphere''. (Marketed trick) (1989)

Latest revision as of 04:12, 8 March 2012

Out Of This World is a classic card effect created by Paul Curry in 1942. Many magicians have performed their own variations of this trick. It has been billed as the trick that fooled Winston Churchill, after amateur magician Harry Green performed it for him. The plot, history, relevance in magic, and many variations are the subject of a 2009 book by Brent Geris, Bob Postelnik and Duppy Demetrius called Best of All Worlds.

Effect: A spectator separates a deck of cards into reds and blacks without looking at the faces of the cards.

The method, though simple, is well hidden, and is usually enhanced by the presentation of the performer.

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