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Enigmaths 9

by Werner Miller

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Enigmaths 9 by Werner Miller

Werner Miller continues with his ninth and last volume in this series of self-working and semi-automatic effects all based on mathematical principles. Many of them are card tricks.

"Any trick requiring a sleight is not honest. You are telling a lie with your fingers. (...) A puzzle is more clever than a trick, because with a trick you cheat to get the result. With a semi-automatic effect – using a principle – one tends to feel a little more honest." - Stewart James (1908-1996)

1st edition 2011; 35 pages. Illustrated.

Table of Contents

  1. Logic
  2. The Substitute
  3. Puzzle Time
  4. "1 – 9"
  5. Middle of the Road
  6. Happy Endings
  7. One Stone for two Birds
  8. One at a Time
  9. Two to Tango
  10. ad libitum
  11. Paraphone
  12. No Witch Any More
  13. Quad-Cut Variations
  14. Your Card
  15. Echo – Sierra – Papa
  16. Chance?!
  17. ESP Twizzler
  18. Flipdoodle III
  19. At Last…
  20. Voting Square

word count: 12950 which is equivalent to 51 standard pages of text
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