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Werner Miller

#3 Mentalism & Spiritism author

Werner Miller is a retired math teacher living in Austria. He has created literally hundreds of math based magic tricks. His primary interest is recreational math and applying it to puzzles and magic.

He won the 1989 and 1992 Tenyo Magic Competition each with a Flash Dice Routine.

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Enigmaths 3

Werner Miller

Enigmaths 3 by Werner MillerWerner Miller continues with his third volume in this series of self-working and semi-automatic effects all based on mathematical principles. Most of them are card tricks. A total of twenty effects for the magician looking for subtle math to enable stunning miracles. Everything is clearly explained with drawings, diagrams and tables.
Peter Duffie (review from Magic Magazine), Feb 2010: "Miller knows how to work with strange and wonderful arithmetical principles, and he comes up with some brilliant ideas. ... If mathematical magic scares you or you find it dull, Enigmaths could well change your mind and...
2009 / 11 / 25
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Enigmaths 2

Werner Miller

Enigmaths 2 by Werner MillerWerner Miller continues with the second volume in his series of self-working and semi-automatic effects all based on mathematical principles. Most of them are card tricks.
Aldo Colombini: "This material is both compelling and provocative. I like it very much. My compliments! My personal favorite so far: A SERIES OF SURPRISES and POLE POSITION. But of course, I am sure I'll find more..."

Peter Duffie (in Magic Magazine, Feb 2010): Enigmaths 1, 2 & 3. Warm up the slide rule; Werner Miller has written three new e-books on math magic.

I first became aware of the work of Werner Miller through his 2006 book Ear Marked, published...

2009 / 11 / 17
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Enigmaths 1

Werner Miller

Enigmaths 1 by Werner MillerHere you will find 20 self-working effects all based on mathematical principles. Most of them are card tricks. This is the first volume in a series of ebooks.
Max Maven: "I am a fan of Werner Miller."

Scott Cram: "Werner Miller has a great knack for taking simple mathematical principles to highly entertaining levels."

Walt Lees: "[Werner originates] card and mental magic based on subtlety and well-hidden mathematical principles. Unlike so much of that kind of thing, Werner's ideas are distinguished by their clean-cut methods and easy-to-understand effects."

R. Shane: "Werner [...] is a frightening man. Not 'Norman Bates' frightening....

2009 / 11 / 3
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E-Z Square 1 (German)

Werner Miller

E-Z Square 1 (German) by Werner MillerDies ist ein Effect mit einem Magischen Quadrat. Zuschauer tragen beliebige Zahlen in die Hauptdiagonale ein. Der Zauberer füllt die restlichen Zahlen in Blitzesschnelle aus und bildet ein perfektes Magisches Quadrat.

Alternative können Sie dieses Kunststück auch so vorführen, dass ein Zuschauer die Summe des Quadrates vorgibt. Aber der Effekt ist stärker wenn Zuschauer tatsächlich Zahlen frei eintragen können.

Die Methode ist so einfach dass ich beim ersten Mal Lesen gar nicht glauben konnte dass es so funktioniert. Wenn Sie 2 addieren und 3 abziehen können, dann können Sie gleich...

2009 / 3 / 8
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E-Z Square 1

Werner Miller

E-Z Square 1 by Werner MillerThis is a magic square effect where spectators freely enter numbers in the main diagonal and you quickly fill out the rest of the numbers producing a perfect magic square.

Alternatively you could perform this the classic way that a spectator calls out a number and you fill in all the numbers to form a magic square. But the effect is stronger if your audience can freely choose not just the sum but several numbers in the square. In a variation Werner shows you how spectators can even select the squares where you should next enter a number during your fill-out sequence.

The method is so simple...

2009 / 3 / 8
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