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Oct 20, I wanted to learn the Magic Square where someone gives you a number and you write in a bunch of numbers and they add up to their number many ways and I sheps the method at the “Be a Genius: Although that method is really really neat, it’s somewhat limited.

Ooo Doggy, was I in for a surprise! His first example with 65 makes sense, it all goes the way he said it should.

stepps However, his example of a number that’s not divisible cleanly by 5 after subtracting 60 makes no sense. The example picture doesn’t follow what he says to do! However, in the square, he starts with He says to add the remainder 6 the key squares but what the example square does is subtract 2! Also, 52 shows up twice in the example. His order at one point is “51, 52, 53, 52” and none of those are key squares.

Now, either Corinda doesn’t know what he’s doing or purposely made a “typo” because he doesn’t want the public to do this stunt. Could someone please help to understand how to do these squares? NO “Keep it as simple as possible, – but no simpler” http: Lots corinva good info and ideas on magic squares.

Glenn, I second that. Mindsights is a great little book. Yes, you’re right; Corinda’s example here is totally incoherent.

Here’s how to do it. I’ll give you two methods.

## 13 Steps to Mentalism

There’s a mistake here. You must also star a tseps square, the upper left hand box. That is, the first box in the first row. Now if your target issubtract 60, divide by 5 and get the remainder.

### 13 Steps to Mentalism ($) – Tony Corinda – Vanishing Inc. Magic shop

Start the square with the 37 in the middle of the top row, and continue. To coridna of the FIVE starred squares you must add the remainder, in this case 3. Now your magic square corknda work. Again suppose the target is In this method, there’s no need to remember the starred squares.

In this method, do the same subtraction and division as before. So again you have 37 remainder 3. The fraction will always have the remainder as the top number and 5 as the bottom number. So for example if the target was Hope this makes more sense than Corinda did!

### The Magic Cafe Forums – Tony Corinda has Left the Building

Feb 9, Sorry to raise this thread from the dead, but I certainly was glad to find it! I have recenty purchased Corinda’s book and this was driving me crazy. I had just built an excel spreadsheet to try and figure out what was wrong with Corinda’s example. One thing I will mention, add the remainder to the key squares but do not make the next square sequential from the key square. Example, the first square is The next square isn’t In this case it’s If this square were a regular, no remainder number, the sequence would be 37, 38, Actually – Corinda did make a mistake and if you look at the errata section in xteps steps to mentalism – he actually states the correct thing to do I’ve noticed even in other books sometimes the instructions are slightly wrong – but easily fixable if one can think of the process – perhaps it is to see if anyone is thinking or performing things like a recipe?

Mindsights is the only way to go for magic squares! I bought a stamp for the square and with the help of my Stock Holder wallet and business cards, I am always ready to go! Since I am not a method collector, this is my one and only magic square method!

That being said, buy Mentalism Incorporated. There is more to that wondferul book than just magic squares! Jul 31, Aug 1, I actually learnt it originally from a book by Marvin Kaye with a 5 X 5 square. An old issue of Magigram t had a 4 X 4 method I think and there was also an interesting routine where the number could be THOUGHT of and the mentalist would create a magic square that worked out to the same number. Chris Johnson www. Aug 2, The book is awesome, and the magic square method listed therein requires next to no maths and is superfast to create.

I do a savant routine in which I have the specs time the square: I usually complete it in 8 or 9 seconds from learning the number, it looks unreal without actually being that difficult.

I have talked with Doug Dyment on another forum about this subject, and his square sounds more flexible, but the AOTP method is so incredibly simple I love it. I’m a bit biased though to be fair, Ahead of the Pack is absolutely my favourite corind book. With JKT’s method, you are genuinely creating the square in front of your audience, without difficult calculations jumping randomly across the grid as you fill it in or large numbers that look menfalism of place.

I would suggest Harry Lorayne’s “Mathematical Wizardry”. Ssteps contains lots of information with regards to the magic square, from 3×3 squares up to extremely large ones There are lots of informative websites out there also, but as for books “Mentalism Incorporated” does contain a fantastic automatic square, however I would suggest sticking with M.

I have been writing a manuscript for a lecture on numbers in mentalism which does contain a large section on the history of the magic square, use mntalism the Lo Shu square and various presentations. There is also at least one manuscript on the subject already available that I am aware of.

Sorry to state the obvious, but have you tried typing Magic Squares into Google? Aug 3, That post was from me four years ago. Goodness, and I’m still here. To all of you hanging on the edge of your seat fo these years wondering if I’d ever gotten the problem solved, Aug 4, Do you actually perform a magic square during a routine? I have never done it, nor have I corinad anyone do it. Although it seems intriguing from a mathematical point of view I have this tremendous doubt that anyone would actually find it entertaining.

I can’t imagine ever doing this in front of an audience. Am I missing something? Yes, you are missing quite a bit. Just take a look at John Archer’s performance, or Jon Stetson’s. Both are amazing performance pieces that entertain the audience like you would never believe.

But truth be told, it takes a dynamic performer to make it entertaining. Aug 5, Tony, I googled both John Archer and Jon Stetson but could not find any videos of him performing the effect. I did find a John Archer DVD where he sells the effect, but I was more interested in seeing someone perform it to see if it is something I would consider purchasing.

Do you know if there are any on-line samples of the effect being performed?

Not that I know of, at least not by these two gentlemen. But I will say this, Educating Archer could be the best investment you made in years. Sven Rygh Inner circle Oslo, Norway. I don’t think he did that! My advice, try the routine in Chuck Hickok’s Mentalism Inc. It is easy to learn and easy to do. This one will work for you. Jack Shalom “I use my five illusions to create the sense I’m useful to six.

Carlos the Great Inner circle California Posts. The errata does indeed have the corrections as well as both methods to do it. The errata has been in every version I have ever seen of 13 steps, even those versions where people swear it isn’t there ” Oh!

Well, I didn’t look there! On a side note, if you have a version that definitely does mfntalism have the errata, it might be old ho to be worth something.