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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0085098SW
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- Average Customer Review: 22 customer reviews
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The Magic Square - Tricking Your Way to Mental Superpowers (Faking Smart Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The basic effect is: a spectator is asked for a random number and you, the magician, quickly fill up a four-by-four matrix with seemingly-random numbers. None of these numbers is the spectator's selection, however, when you add the rows, columns, corner numbers, quadrants, etc they all total the spectator's choice. Sounds impressive? If you've ever seen it performed, then you'll know that it is!
The teaching style is clear and concise and the book is written in a friendly and humorous way. At 30 pages, there is no fat in this book, and everything taught is straight to the point.
The book is nicely-presented, although there are a couple of typos, but at a tiny fraction of the cost of some similar products, you really can't go wrong.
Overall, if you are interested in the magic square, this really is an excellent resource and it is highly recommended.
I will be looking out for his other Kindle books.
the four corner numbers add up to 31.
The four squares top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right all total 31, and so do the four centre squares. The four diagonal squares in both directions, total 31,so all the horizontal and vertical columns.
Finally you point out two centre numbers of the left column are adde to the two on the righ column yes, 31 again.
It impossible - yet with this system impossibly simple.
I'm sure if I wanted I'd be able to perform it, but I'm not sure how easy it is to slip into an informal setting
Good fun none the less
Most recent customer reviews
Excellent trick with a clear and concise explanation. The writing style is humerous and easy to read and the effect is easy to do repeatedly once the secret is learnt.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Gorgeously impressive trick.
Beautifully - simply - explained.
Requires practice but I'd offer in this instance the 'master in 10 minutes' is a true and valid... Read more
Absolutely loved how simple this is. Will thoroughly enjoy teasing friends with how it is done. Looking forward to reading more books by this author.Published 24 months ago by Dinah
I know it works, but who worked this out in the first place? Really good purchase, nice half hour read, can't wait to show this to my students.Published on 5 April 2015 by Amazon Customer
Memorise the structure and amaze your friends. You will have seen TV conjurers using this many times. Now you too can make a magic square in seconds.Published on 1 Nov. 2014 by Tim Jones
I will ace the end of term presentation with this bodacious method. There's no way I'm going to Oates Military Academy.Published on 4 Aug. 2014 by Dawn
one of the o-so-many books I have on my kindle, good read and keeping on there to maybe read again in the future!Published on 1 Feb. 2014 by me
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