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## ProofIan Kendall
Ian has been using some of these diversions for well over thirty years, and he can attest to how much fun they are to demonstrate. They are not 'performance pieces' - by that he means that they would not fit into a traditional magic show, but as an impromptu moment of strange, they are perfect.... | 2014 / 5 / 25 | $15to wish list MP4 (video) |

## E-Z Square 6Werner MillerThis will most likely be Werner Miller's last installment in his As a bonus Werner includes several magic square puzzles.
| 2013 / 6 / 23 | $6to wish list |

## Transparent Prediction: print and perform 2George MarcheseThis is the second in the series "print and perform". In this series you have not only the instructions for the tricks but also the templates to print and perform the effects. EFFECT : You show an envelope containing a "prediction" and give it to hold to someone. A spectator is given a pocket calculator (… or he can use the one on his cellphone…). He freely chooses a 3 digit number and then is told to make some simple calculations arriving at a random total. At this point you take the envelope with the prediction, open it and extract a sheet of clear plastic with your prediction printed... | 2013 / 5 / 30 | $4to wish list |

## E-Z Square 5Werner MillerAfter seeing a performance of Richard Wiseman's The spectator decides on a number, and you produce instantly a magic square that has the spectator's number as its constant – simply by dealing out 16 or 25 ordinary playing cards.
As an example here is the detailed | 2013 / 3 / 29 | $6to wish list |

## Build Your Own Psychic CalculatorShawn EvansDo-It-Yourself: "Trick-Out" Your Calculator With a Psychic Calculator you can create endless mind-reading, prediction, and magic effects - a mentalist dream come true. Don't pay up to $300 or more for a Mentalist or Psychic Calculator when you can make your own in less than 30 minutes, for under $10 (including the price of the calculator!), plus the use of just a few common household items. No knowledge of electronics needed - just the proper know-how. This ebook will give you the "details in detail" with over 20 step-by-step photos and illustrations that will guarantee your success. ... | 2012 / 4 / 2 | $19.95to wish list |

## Day OneScott CramThe classic "Day For Any Date" feat has been updated!
The role of math and mnemonics has been greatly simplified and minimized, and you don't need any previous experience with other mnemonic systems. Entire centuries are covered with less than a third of the mnemonics required by other approaches.... | 2012 / 1 / 15 | $9.99to wish list |

## E-Z Square 4Werner MillerGiving a performance the appearance of difficulty and effort sometimes adds to the success of an artistic feat. Even if you are only constructing a magic square you can benefit from this phenomenon...
| 2011 / 12 / 31 | $6to wish list |

## E-Z Square 3Werner Miller | 2011 / 12 / 31 | $6to wish list |

## Mostly PerfectMichael Daniels
The ebook also comes with a browser application (no Internet connection needed) to facilitate learning of the method.
Download a free
| 2011 / 11 / 4 | $6to wish list |

## All Roads Lead To Rome: exploration of an unusual magic methodChris WasshuberWith contributions by Werner Miller, Max Maven and Shigeo Futagawa.
The day was March 6th 2011 when Werner Miller sent me his
Browsing | 2011 / 10 / 31 | $20to wish list |

## Patterns of Perfection RevisitedSam DalalAn easy approach to the perfect Magic Square. This is a completely new, and easier method for compiling a 4x4 (16 cell) Magic square that totals to any number called by the audience in 52 different ways. The original method from which this has evolved was first published in 1993. You can master this with just a few trials in less than an hour, and use it for a lifetime - with nothing to buy, nothing to replace! With most magic square effects the method has two components. One component is memorization, the other calculation. For example, you memorize one particular magic square and... | 2011 / 10 / 5 | $4.75to wish list |

## 911 SummingChris WasshuberI rarely get to work on my own creations these days. This is a math effect I have had a lot of fun with. It can even be performed as puzzle challenge rather than a magic effect. I have performed this for people twice as smart as myself - engineers, scientists, researchers, professors - you name it. Not once has anybody figured out how it is done, even though, the principle... | 2011 / 9 / 3 | $20to wish list |

## Reversal PlusMichael DanielsA spectator forms a five-figure number from freely chosen digits. The mentalist successfully divines the spectator's number.
- Completely impromptu!
- No force of digits or number.
- No complicated calculations or difficult memory work.
- No props or gimmicks - just pen and paper.
- No peeks necessary.
- Works every time.
- Can be performed over the phone.
- Clever mathematical principle.
- Concept can be used to develop other routines.
- Includes a browser App (for computer, tablet or smartphone) which guides you through the process (no memory of calculation...
| 2011 / 4 / 15 | $12to wish list |

## Top SecretsTerri RogersThis volume collects many of the famous tricks which were released individually, effects like StarGate and The Boromian Link. You will find true miracles in this ebook.
Flexi-Card is a stunning new idea in which... | 2010 / 4 / 5 | $25to wish list |

## More SecretsTerri RogersOver twenty ideas and tricks covering cards, rope and mentalism often using a topological method. Terri is a great lateral thinker. Enjoy her creations.
- Contents
- Introduction
- Sum Sum
- Rope Disaster Of 1984
- Always In The Middle
- Ring In Egg Timer
- The Echo Count
- Mouse-Fish-Teers
- Hummerous Phoney Telepathy
- The Spirit Moves
- Off Key Magic
- Jiggery Pokery
- False Witness
- Kidnapped
- Grab Gamble
**Squaring:**The performer shows a plastic disc with a hole through its centre. It's about the size of a 45 record disc. Without...
| 2010 / 4 / 5 | $13to wish list |

## Secrets: The Original Magic of Terri RogersTerri RogersTerri Rogers is known for her topological magic trick creations. Two very famous creations are StarGate and The Boromian Link, both described in her 3rd book
- Contents
- Meet Terri Rogers
- Razor Blades From Mouth
- The Pirish Compass
- It's A Stick Up!
- Blank Amazement
- The Computer Deck
- Bottoms Up!
- The Chinese Twist ...
| 2010 / 4 / 5 | $13to wish list |

## Ear MarkedWerner MillerThis was Werner Miller's first English publication and it holds 51 astonishing tricks, all based on clever mathematical principles. You will find next to tricks with cards, numbers, and dice also topological tricks with paper and cardboard. One of my favorite tricks is called "Quick Change Square" where a 4x4 square changes from a non-magic square to a magic square in a flash. In "Crazy Square", Werner combines the olde "Chinese Compass" with the "magic square" and produces a witty, lively piece. In "Aeolic Prelude", Werner takes a compass and an ESP deck to produce a nice little bit of ritual... | 2010 / 2 / 23 | $20to wish list |

## Rubik NotesMark ElsdonFollowing on from the success of his
The Notes contain Mark’s full solution for Rubik’s Cube (His version of the Layer Method, originally devised by Rubik-Guru David Singmaster. You can achieve solve times below one minute with this method.) and are fully colour-illustrated to make learning as direct as possible. The solution is completely self-contained and you don’t need to own the If however... | 2010 / 2 / 11 | $9to wish list |

## E-Z Square 2Werner MillerHere Werner Miller attacks the 4x4 square. ( The real gem in this manuscript is the bonus routine. It is a unique presentation which makes your work simpler and allows you to predict the sum of the square. The effect is as follows: Take out a soft measuring tape of the kind tailors use (which has centimeters or inches marked on both sides), and a prediction. Give the prediction to a spectator for safekeeping. You will never touch it again. Have two... | 2010 / 2 / 8 | $6to wish list |

## E-Z Square 1Werner 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 | $6to wish list |

## The Amazing Magic Square and Master Memory DemonstrationOrville Wayne MeyerOrville Meyer, probably most famous for developing the bullet catch for Ted Annemann, demonstrates here his skill to routine amazing effects. The stunt of forming a sixteen cell magic square that will add up to a number suggested by a spectator is a spectacular mathematical feat. Memorizing and repeating a list of objects named by members of the audience is an interesting and impressive mental demonstration. When you combine the formation of the sixteen cell magic square with the memorized list of objects, you really have something! But we do not stop there! In this version, the double-barreled feat... | 2008 / 12 / 23 | $7to wish list |

## NinePhilemon VanderbeckOver the course of nine weeks, Keven convinced Philemon to become his magical mentor. This ebook chronicles his journey into the world of mathematical magic; each effect presented in a story-telling manner. Philemon breathes a new life into these numerical classics by giving a reason for each excursion. Originally conceived as a lecture for middle-school students in an attempt to foster a renewed interest in mathematics through the vehicle of magic, the routines include: - My Favorite Playing Card
- Shopping Spree
- Masonic Numerology
- The Roots of All Equal
- Monday’s Child
- Red Letter Days ...
| 2008 / 5 / 2 | $9.99to wish list |

## The Ultimate Magic Square (That's Magic)Chris WasshuberA spectator is asked to throw three fair dice (this is an absolute fair throw, or even just a mental throw - no force here). From the number fairly thrown you construct a perfect magic square. For a kicker the cards are put together and a message appears written on the cards: "That's Magic!". You get 16 specially... | 2005 / 9 / 23 | $10more than one type to choose from printed cards |

## The Ultimate Magic Square (King of Hearts)Chris Wasshuber
A spectator is asked to throw three fair dice (this is an absolute fair throw, or even just a mental throw - no force here). From the number fairly thrown you construct a perfect magic square. For a kicker the cards are put together and the face of a King of Hearts appears. There is no palming of cards or exchanging of decks or anything like it. You work with 16 cards and 16 cards only without any sleight-of-hand. You get 16 specially printed cards... | 2005 / 9 / 23 | $15more than one type to choose from printed cards |

## Magical ExperimentsArthur GoodThe best way of learning new things is doing them. | 2005 / 9 / 7 | $7to wish list PDF & EPUB |

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