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__911 Summing__
__Chris Wasshuber__I rarely get to work on my own creations these days. *911 Summing* is one of those rare occasions. It is an effect and method I have created more than 20 years ago. Both the effect and the method are to the best of my knowledge completely new and have never been published before.
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 | **$20.00**
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__All Roads Lead To Rome: exploration of an unusual magic method__
__Chris Wasshuber__With contributions by __Werner Miller__, Max Maven and __Shigeo Futagawa__.
The day was March 6th 2011 when __Werner Miller__ sent me his __Da Capo 3__ and __Da Capo 4__ ebooks. Whenever I receive something from Werner I make time to read it. He has a knack to incorporate new twists and takes, or entirely new principles which stimulate my own grey cells.
Browsing *Da Capo 3* I stumbled on an unusual effect which Werner titled “Pointing the Way”. It was first published in 2001 in __Club 71__. This effect consisted of two parts. One was a printing effect where blank cards were shown, which later had arrows printed on them. This part of the effect was nothing special, the usual... | 2011 / 10 / 31 | **$20.00**
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__Ask Pythagoras__
__Robin Gillett__The performer selects a participant from the audience (no stooges, no pre-show) who is asked to think of a significant date in his/her life (nothing is written down nor told to anyone).
The participant divides three numbers into the thought of date and the performer interprets the results as Pythagoras (the Father of Numerology) would have to reveal aspects of the participant's past, present, and future. Then, he surprises every one by revealing the thought of date!
This is one of several presentations described in this e-book, including one contributed by the __Unknown Mentalist__. The method is a sophisticated... | 2016 / 7 / 3 | **$18.00**
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__Build Your Own Psychic Calculator__
__Shawn Evans__Do-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 | **$19.95**
£15.08 €17.34 Ca$26.17 Au$27.09 ¥2310.35 | to wish list PDF |

__Chemical Magic__
__V. E. Johnson__This ebook describes a host of chemical experiments which can be presented as magic tricks or surprising science experiments. It is a reproduction of an old book and therefore some of these experiments require exotic chemicals, some of which are toxic or can be harmful in many other ways. If you intend to replicate any of these experiments you must follow all laws and regulations and you are on your own in terms of any liabilities. We are reproducing this book for historic and information purposes.
Contents:
- Wine and water and other transmutations of liquid colors
- Disappearing and reappearing...
| 2015 / 4 / 15 | **$4.00**
£3.02 €3.48 Ca$5.25 Au$5.43 ¥463.23 | to wish list PDF |

__Comedy Coin Prediction__
__Devin Knight__
*"I just got this today, it's great! Sometimes, the simple tricks are the best. I've already shown it to some people, and it really DOES get a big laugh. Thanks!"* - Dave D.
Effect: Here is a very novel comedy close-up prediction effect that your spectators haven’t seen before. Almost everyone carries a cell phone nowadays, and most all of the cell phones have a calculator. Tell your spectator that you have made a prediction and that it is contained inside a small coin envelope. Tell him the envelope contains some coins that will predict a number he will create at random, from a number... | 2017 / 7 / 18 | **$3.00**
£2.27 €2.61 Ca$3.93 Au$4.07 ¥347.42 | to wish list PDF |

__Day One__
__Scott Cram__The classic "Day For Any Date" feat has been updated!
*Day One* is a new approach to appearing as a human calendar. You ask for the year and month of the spectator's birthday, and instantly create that month's calendar for them on the back of your business card.
*Day One* is designed to be simple to learn, as well as quick and impressive to perform.
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 | **$9.99**
£7.55 €8.68 Ca$13.10 Au$13.57 ¥1156.91 | to wish list PDF |

__E-Z Square 1__
__Werner Miller__This 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 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 2__
__Werner Miller__Here Werner Miller attacks the 4x4 square. ( __E-Z Square 1__ deals with the 5x5 square.). You will learn a new and easy method to construct a 4x4 magic square starting with two or four given numbers.
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 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 3__
__Werner Miller__How to complete a 4x4 grid to get a magic square, when the four center numbers or the four corner numbers are given? You will learn two methods, applications and an interesting take on the birthday square based on an idea by Nico Reuter.
*1st edition 2011; 21 pages.* | 2011 / 12 / 31 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 4__
__Werner Miller__
*"The hallmark of all the E-Z Square is their clarity of magic square instruction, as well as a selection of variations that's enough to start your mind racing with presentational possibilities."* - __Scott Cram__
Giving 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...
*1st edition 2011; 16 pages.* | 2011 / 12 / 31 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 5__
__Werner Miller__After seeing a performance of Richard Wiseman's Grid, which shares some commonalities with __Chris Wasshuber's__ __The Ultimate Magic Square__, Werner Miller was inspired to come up with his take on 'magic squares made from cards' ...
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 **effect for variation 2:** Take out a deck of cards, give it a quick shuffle and then offer the spectator the deck for a cut. The spectator cuts off a portion of the deck and counts the amount... | 2013 / 3 / 29 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 6__
__Werner Miller__This will most likely be Werner Miller's last installment in his E-Z Square series. In this ebook he revisits several of the routines he published before, but finds ways to simplify them further or structure them in a cleaner and clearer way. He does that with a Birthday Square, a routine involving a measuring tape, and magic squares using cards.
As a bonus Werner includes several magic square puzzles.
*1st edition 2013; 15 pages.* | 2013 / 6 / 23 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 7__
__Werner Miller__Even more effects with magic squares.
*1st edition 2017; 13 pages.* | 2017 / 12 / 2 | **$6.00**
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__E-Z Square 8__
__Werner Miller__Even more magic squares with playing cards.
*1st edition 2017; 12 pages.* | 2017 / 12 / 2 | **$6.00**
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__Ear Marked__
__Werner Miller__This 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 | **$20.00**
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__Fun With Magic__
__George Brunel__Amusing Experiments in Physics, Chemistry and Geometry
The title is a little bit misleading, because there are no real magic tricks in this book, at least not the kind that a magician would assume. It is essentially a book of 'kitchen' science experiments. Some of these experiments can of course be presented like a magic trick. But the majority of them are simply interesting or surprising science experiments which can be done at home with a little bit of preparation.
From the preface:
The sole aim of this little book, aside from its purposes as a source of profitable pastime, is to... | 2015 / 7 / 12 | **$5.00**
£3.78 €4.35 Ca$6.56 Au$6.79 ¥579.04 | to wish list PDF |

__Introduction to Non-Transitive Gambling Bets for Magicians__
__Bruce Carlley__Bruce Carlley is going to show you a number of games that the magician or gambler plays against a spectator one on one. The spectator gets a free choice of the objects that are used in the gambling game. (Some games use cards, dice, pieces of paper, spinners, etc.) For example, say the spectator has a choice of four dice. Spectator picks one die and the magician picks one die. Each rolls their die, and the high number wins. Whoever wins a best of 12 game match wins the game. Unfortunately for the spectator, the magician will almost always win the match. The probability will ALWAYS be in the... | 2015 / 10 / 17 | **$10.00**
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__Magical Experiments__
__Arthur Good__The best way of learning new things is doing them. *Magical Experiments or Science in Play* is a fascinating collection of kitchen table top experiments with every day household goods. Many of which have a 'magical' twist to them, in the sense that it is for the unfamiliar observer not quite clear how these tricks are performed, or what the physical mechanisms behind them are. More than 150 experiments are described with gorgeous lithographs. This book was originally written in French and later translated to English. This in itself is a proof of quality, otherwise the translation would not have... | 2005 / 9 / 7 | **$7.00**
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__Melencolia__
__Dr. Hans-Christian Solka__The date 1514 A.D. actually means something to you? It's possible to instantly construct that kind of magic square on the backside of a business card and hand it out as giveaway. I love the method because of its simplicity. Even better: once learned the method is impossible to forget!
- Works with any magic sum greater 33 or with the century and year numbers of any named year.
- The magic square is balanced.
- The numbers are in sequence. There are no duplicate numbers.
- The magic sum can be obtained in up to 68 different ways.
- Extremely simple calculations and memory work.
*2nd edition...* | 2017 / 7 / 17 | **$20.00**
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