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Thu, 31 Jul 2014 12:31:23 +0100FeedCreator 1.7.3A drink for 4 and a half cents
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<p>hello everyone I am Ben Guilfoyle and I have a fairly easy mentalism effect and I hope you enjoy it.</p><br/><p>Items:victim, calculator (optional), pen and paper (optional),4 cents and 1 cent coin that has been cut in half.</p><br/><p>step1: Tell your victim to write down a number on the piece of paper but the number must not have a zero it must be double digited and must be between 1-100.</p><br/><p>step2: Once he/she wrote there number tell them you will make a prediction with coins.</p><br/><p>step3Read More...ben guilfoyleFri, 25 Feb 2011 14:06:54 +0100TutorialMentalismMath MagicThe Trick That Fooled Einstein
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<p>This trick was performed by magician Al Koran, who used it in an act while mathematical genius Albert Einstein was in the audience. After the show, Einstein invited Al Koran to his table and had him repeat the effect, it fooled him again! Koran then commented, "It’s not the numbers - but the words that fooled you."<br /><br />Discover the secret below!</p><br/><p> </p><br/><br/><p>Effect:<br />The magician and spectator both take a random number of cards... the magician proceeds to make three Read More...MomoSat, 07 Nov 2009 10:54:37 +0100TutorialStreet MagicMath MagicCardDerren Brown's Magic Square Revealed
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<p>The Effect:<br />A spectator gives you a random number and you're instantly able to create a magic square of numbers in which all rows, columns, diagonals and corners total his chosen number.<br /><br />The Secrets:<br />This looks absolutely mind blowing when performed well but is technically easy to achieve.<br /><br />The diagram below shows the basic framework for the square:</p><br/><br/><p style="text-align: center;"><img src="http://www.xploremagic.com/images/842/magic_square_001.jpg" alt="" wRead More...Aramaic KasvinskiWed, 21 Oct 2009 17:37:34 +0100TutorialMentalismMath MagicGeneralMath Age Trick
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<p>Do you really want to know your granny's age?</p><p><br />...this is a sneaky way to find out!!</p><p>Just follow these simple instructions:</p> Ask the person to multiply the first number of his or her age by 5. (This is usually the tens digit, but if the person is less than 10 years old the first digit will be zero eg a five year old will be 05. If the person is over 100 then it will be both of the first two digits eg 103 will be 10)Then add 3.Then double the answer.Next ask the peRead More...Nic BruceTue, 30 Sep 2008 04:00:00 +0100Math MagicMathomatics Revealed
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<p>Mathematical discovery</p><p>The Effect: <br /></p>Ask a person to choose a card. Tell him to remember it's numerical value (ace = one, jack- = 11, queen = 12, king = 13) ---also the suit of the card.Tell them to double the value of the cardThen tell them to add three to the totalThen tell them to multiply the complete total by fiveThis done ask them to concentrate on the suitIf the card is a diamond they must add oneIf the card is a club they must add twoIf the card is a heart they must Read More...MomoWed, 24 Sep 2008 04:00:00 +0100Math MagicDice Dynamics - Math Magic
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<p> <img src="http://www.xploremagic.com/images/66/dice.gif" border="0" alt="" width="269" height="202" /> </p><p>This is an amazing way to work out what numbers are on two dice. Ask your friends (or other victim) to roll two dice, but not let you see what numbers come up.</p><p><br />Then ask them to do the following:</p>Double one of the numbers.Then add 5 to it.Then multiply the answer by 5.Add the second number.Finally subtract 25.Ask them what answer they have. The two digits of the anRead More...Nic BruceSun, 14 Sep 2008 04:00:00 +0100Math Magic3 Digit - Math Tricks
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<p>For this piece of magic you need a pretty clever audiences who is good at taking away (or can use a calculator). </p><p>Ask them to work this sum out:</p>Write down a three digit number where all the digits are different.<br />eg 317Reverse the digits eg 713Take the smaller number from the larger number <br />713<br />317<br />----- -<br />396Ask them to tell you the hundreds digit or the units digit and you will be able to tell them the whole answer without knowing what numbers they chRead More...Nic BruceSun, 14 Sep 2008 04:00:00 +0100Math MagicMath Square Numbers
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<p>Have you seen those square Easter eggs I got one and it was delicious!</p><p>This magical maths trick involves square numbers. Remember, you get a square number by multiplying a number by itself. For example 6 x 6 = 36. 36 is a square number.</p><p>There is an amazingly quick way of squaring a two digit number which ends in 5. All you have to do is multiply the first digit by the number one more than it, and then put a 25 on the end of your answer.</p><p>Eg: 35 squared<br />3 x 4 = 12<br />puRead More...Nic BruceThu, 11 Sep 2008 04:00:00 +0100TutorialMath MagicThe Number 1089
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Have you ever heard the number 1089? No, then learn this mathemagic 1089 to amaze your friends!<br /><br />Ask a spectator to put a three digit number into the calculator (They have to put the digits in descending order, like 741 or 942).Press the subtraction key.Then enter the same number in reverse order eg 147 or 249.Press the equals key.Keep the answer on the display. Remember it and mentally reverse the answer.Press the add key.Enter the three digit number which you reversed.Press the equalRead More...Nic BruceSat, 30 Aug 2008 23:00:00 +0100Math Magic