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AceFace
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Surly for the price paid your going to get a fully made up deck ??????
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On Dec 13, 2017, Tarik Flash wrote:
I actually prefer doing OOTW face down as once you have a got a few right in this face up version it’s obvious where it is going you have proved you can do it and yet you continue to repeatedly do the same . When face down you turn the whole lot over and they are all correct it’s a far greater wow factor and is stronger in my opinion Tarik 🙂


I agree. It's more effective face down and it's consistent with how I do my other OOTW effects.
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On Dec 13, 2017, AceFace wrote:
Surly for the price paid your going to get a fully made up deck ??????


I was under the impression you got everything you need. Perhaps you have to "assemble" the deck (merge the cards) which would be fine.
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You are probably right Pegasus if the handling looks consistent throughout and you don’t keep having to change too much when revealing Red or Black . Also if the deck doesn't come apart incorrectly like R and S tends to do from time to time if not applied perfectly and is used a lot . Does look great I must admit but then again Greg Wilson makes everything look fantastic Tarik 🙂
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I am still awaiting Cosmos 3.0 but Greg Rostami has gone quiet on this possibly as he may have known about this release so he maybe getting this one out of the way first Tarik 🙂
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On Dec 12, 2017, FilmMagician wrote:
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I've been trying to work on this exact same effect with b****m deals and s****d deals with no luck, thought I almost cracked it with same principle as invisible deck, I guess I have to buy this now. Wondering how many predictions you can do in a row before a re-set, and if anything at all is examinable?


I repeat, NO RESET.


Well that's awesome. If it's what I think it is, it's technically examinable. Might pull the trigger on a pre-order before hearing what people say. Love how it plays visually.


No, not the deck, but a single card, per se. That's all I meant.

What do you mean by Technically Examinable? You wouldn’t want to hand the deck out, but why would you? The performance will confirm to the audience that it’s a normal deck.
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Just to clear up some confusion.
Offworld comes with a fully working deck right out of the box.

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Hi Titanas thanks for chiming in here that’s good to know 🙂 . Does it also give purchasers details on how to re apply the necessary in the correct places as the deck wears ? Best wishes Tarik 🙂
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Dear Tarik,
Yes, the instructions have a very clear repairing section.
I also notice a small mistake I did in my previous post.
I said "right out of the box"
The deck is supplied but it still needs a very small assembly of about 2 minutes, we did that because during this time you might want to add another great option on the deck.
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Titanas
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Thanks Titanas best wishes Tarik 🙂
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So a few questions about the deck:
1) Can I freely shuffle the deck before the trick is performed?
2) And how much of the deck is spectator allowed to examine, if anything at all?
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So a few questions about the deck:
1) Can I freely shuffle the deck before the trick is performed?
2) And how much of the deck is spectator allowed to examine, if anything at all?


I wouldn’t think either of these would be recommended
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@Labracabrador

shuffle? no, but I suppose you could give it several cuts - although the routining is scripted so that it's not needed. Remember, it's OOTW which means it's about the spectator's ability to guess RED or BLACK, it's on THEM, so deck order really doesn't matter

Examine? I don't do it like Gregory Wilson does in the teaching, he spreads through the cards, but I find that .... not to my liking. So I spring the cards twice allowing them to "glimpse" every card as it's falling.

Just a side note, I've had 2 other gimmicked OOTW decks, and I've let them go... THIS I AM KEEPING! Aside from my Impromptu OOTW that I do (Dowdan) THIS IS MY FAVORITE
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The one drawback this has is that unlike the traditional OOTW where you show one card, then another, then several and a whole block of cards correct, it doesn't really have a good climax. It's still much cleaner and more direct than other version so I really like that but I'm thinking about how to give it a climax. I am thinking of starting with this and then moving to a larger reveal. I am playing with how to routine that.
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Don't you think that the classic OOTW is too famous? People know it...
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Don't you think that the classic OOTW is too famous? People know it...


Magicians certainly know it but I don't think the general public does and I have fooled magicians with my variation on it (although it basically uses the originally Paul Curry principal).
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So a few questions about the deck:
1) Can I freely shuffle the deck before the trick is performed?
2) And how much of the deck is spectator allowed to examine, if anything at all?


1) Why?
2) Why?
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[quote]On Dec 14, 2017, thomasP wrote:
Don't you think that the classic OOTW is too famous? People know it... [/

I perform the linking rings at every gig...despite the fellers at the magic club telling me that lay audiences are bored with it. Magicians are bored with it. 99% of the public has never seen them...simply because 99% of most magicians NEVR perform for the public, yet think they know how the pubic will react to magic.
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[quote]On Dec 14, 2017, Rocky wrote:
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On Dec 14, 2017, thomasP wrote:
Don't you think that the classic OOTW is too famous? People know it... [/

I perform the linking rings at every gig...despite the fellers at the magic club telling me that lay audiences are bored with it. Magicians are bored with it. 99% of the public has never seen them...simply because 99% of most magicians NEVR perform for the public, yet think they know how the pubic will react to magic.


Agree--totally!
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Rocky, just curious as to how you worked out that percentage.......... or did you just pluck one off the top of your head?
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