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Apr 3, So, since I find it difficult to say “no,” I just doubled my price; figured that that way I’d do only half of what I was doing at the time.

Best in health, DW. Harry Lorayne not only wrote the book, but published it, as well. Secure Online Magic Shop: Learning is always beneficial, but the Grey Matters philosophy is that learning can and should be fun.

This effect is not so much written for its own sake, but as a launching pad for a discussion mathematjcal the 9 principle, which forms the basis of the majority of the first chapter. Grey Matters is my website. Elegant, Literate, Contemporary Mentalism And, sadly, some folks feign “interest” just so they can be seen to be getting semi-involved.

Mathematical Wizardry by Harry Lorayne – Book

My pace is slow. Some find it hard to really say what they mean – me too! Where It Has To. In any case, I’ve never, ever, lectured “for free” and my fee was always much higher than most. I happen to come across that note last week when I was looking at your Best of Friends 2. Or, if you like, email me personally at harrylorayne earthlink. I’d be interested in your thoughts on the book Slim, when you’ve had a good read through.


For example, you can learn a two-digit squaring method on the Mathpath site. This chapter includes some feats that could also be used as memory feats. Moving on to the fifth chapter, this one deals with rapid division and addition feats.

Otherwise I’ll loraynf find a M. Some of it is new, at least to me, and some of it is useful for doing math tricks amomg friends. There are concepts in the book that can be found elsewhere but nowhere else are they explained so lucidly as in this book. He did say that it was a collection of his favorites over the years, so I’m not expecting too many new things.

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Those two words, “must have”, are used in a heck of a lot of ads for magic books, DVDs, and other products, and usually I discover that I didn’t need them at all.

Chapter 3 deals with numbers that, due to their special arrangement, give them unique properties that are well suited for mathematical feats. As to HL’s book, I really have a wall that jumps up when somebody asks for a PayPal fee, how about a portion of the rent or maybe a piece of the electric bill too? DH Higley’s Doug’s Museum. There’s the memory magic square, originally from Lorayne’s Reputation Makers.


Then, when, they said “okay,” I had no choice, had to do it.

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Suit Cut to Orde. That happened in my regular business, too. The latter half of the chapter deals with specific numbers, such as 3, and , which have their own unique features. Feb 26, Math magic is not for everyone, but if you do have an interest in it, drop everything else and get this book!

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I just thought that the book starts with the ‘basics’ and it’ll eventually become better, but no, to my disappointment. Wouldn’t this suggest that math is not the author’s strong suit? Must be the Super Bowl excitement getting the best of me. You never hear from them again. Maghematical, there are enough routines here that I haven’t run across that often, that do make this book valuable.

In Harry’s favor, he often presents new touches for these older feats that really helps improve their presentation.

Right after that, there’s Hummer’s classic 3-object divination. Sizardry Lorayne wrote an excellent article on magic squares in the April issue of Genii, which I reviewed shortly after starting this blog. I did expect a few more newer ideas or methods.