magic squares\nchapter on magic squares, discussing
- the three square
- the five square
- odd and even cell squares
- the eight square
- the six square\nroyal vale heath
1938
greater magic Royal Vale Heath

Magic Squares

chapter on Magic Squares, discussing
- The Three Square
- The Five Square
- Odd and Even Cell Squares
- The Eight Square
- The Six Square

the tit-tat-toe trick\npacket of nine cards used to play tic-tac-toe with a spectator (face up and down cards). finale is revealed that the result is a magic square, each row/column/diagonal adds up to fifteen\ndon costello\ndai vernon\nmartin gardner\ndraw for the devil\nrobert e. neale\ntic tac toe force\nmartin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Don Costello, Dai Vernon, Martin Gardner

The Tit-Tat-Toe Trick

Packet of nine cards used to play tic-tac-toe with a spectator (face up and down cards). Finale is revealed that the result is a magic square, each row/column/diagonal adds up to fifteen

stover's prediction\nfour by four square drawn on calendar, four circles drawn (draw circle and cross out row and column each time), magician divines the sum\nmel stover
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Mel Stover

Stover's Prediction

Four by four square drawn on calendar, four circles drawn (draw circle and cross out row and column each time), magician divines the sum

the magic square\n5x5\ntony corinda\nfred barlow's " mental prodigies"\nerrata and additions to the full "thirteen steps to mentalism"\ntony corinda
1958
mnemonics and mental systems Tony Corinda

oops 3: matches and loose change\ngrid of sixteen cards, spectator chooses cards one by one while eliminating all the cards in the same row/column as the card. then add up values of the cards, and total is predicted\nchan canasta
1966
book of oopses Chan Canasta

Oops 3: Matches and loose change

Grid of sixteen cards, spectator chooses cards one by one while eliminating all the cards in the same row/column as the card. Then add up values of the cards, and total is predicted

fold, cut, and fail\npre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile
- part one
- part two
- part three
- final notes\nrobert e. neale\nfold, cut and fail\nrobert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

Fold, Cut, and Fail

pre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile
- Part One
- Part Two
- Part Three
- Final Notes

tarot trick\nnasick magic square with sixteen tarot cards\nwilbur t. kattner\nsquarot\nphilip t. goldstein
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Wilbur T. Kattner

rainbow matrix\nnumber force with a magic square\nphilip t. goldstein\nwalter b. gibson\nmaurice kraitchik\ndays of force\nmel stover\nthe irrisistible force\nmel stover\nby the numbers\nlewis jones\nrainbow matrix - weber notes\nmichael weber
1980
the violet book of mentalism Philip T. Goldstein, Walter B. Gibson, Maurice Kraitchik

rainbow matrix\nnumber force with a magic square\nphilip t. goldstein\nwalter b. gibson\nmaurice kraitchik\ndays of force\nmel stover\nthe irrisistible force\nmel stover
1982
shuffled lecture Philip T. Goldstein, Walter B. Gibson, Maurice Kraitchik

the broken square\nno. 36, square with two parts missing, still magic square, used for force\nstephen clark
1983
self-working number magic Stephen Clark

The Broken Square

No. 36, square with two parts missing, still magic square, used for force

swindle square\nno. 37, six spectators have a slip with a number and multiply it with their position, numbers used for a magic square\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Swindle Square

No. 37, six spectators have a slip with a number and multiply it with their position, numbers used for a Magic Square

curious magic\nno. 39, 4x4 square with total 264 in all directions, all different numbers and can be turned upside down on its head\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Curious Magic

No. 39, 4x4 square with total 264 in all directions, all different numbers and can be turned upside down on its head

the marrakech game\nno. 35, numbers on 3x3 square used for variation of tic tac toe\n unknown\nstrip tac toe\nkarl fulves
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

The Marrakech Game

No. 35, numbers on 3x3 square used for variation of Tic Tac Toe

the automatic magic square\nno. 42, instantly filling out a 4x4 square for a number between 22 and 100\nkarl fulves
1983
self-working number magic Karl Fulves

The Automatic Magic Square

No. 42, instantly filling out a 4x4 square for a number between 22 and 100

square numbers\ncolumns and rows in magic square as nontransitive set with special properties, applied to chips game
- the basic squares
- alien numbers
- twofer
- advantage player\nkarl fulves
1991
swindle & cheat Karl Fulves

Square Numbers

columns and rows in magic square as nontransitive set with special properties, applied to chips game
- The Basic Squares
- Alien Numbers
- Twofer
- Advantage Player

the bizarre square\ngrid on business card, spectator fills in some numbers, performer completes a magic square\nstephen tucker
1994
close-up file Stephen Tucker

The Bizarre Square

grid on business card, spectator fills in some numbers, performer completes a magic square

magic squares\nincluding a birthday in the square
- constructing magic squares
- the personalised birthday square\ndavid berglas\nquartered magic square\ndavid berglas
2002
the mind & magic of david berglas David Berglas

Magic Squares

including a birthday in the square
- Constructing Magic Squares
- The Personalised Birthday Square

quartered magic square\nwith 2x2 squares, that build a 4x4 square and can be rearranged anyway they like, birthday is included\ndavid berglas\nmagic squares\ndavid berglas
2002
the mind & magic of david berglas David Berglas

Quartered Magic Square

with 2x2 squares, that build a 4x4 square and can be rearranged anyway they like, birthday is included

by the numbers\nnumber force for any number with a magic square\nlewis jones\nrainbow matrix\nphilip t. goldstein\nwalter b. gibson\nmaurice kraitchik
2002
ahead of the pack Lewis Jones

on the square\n"a magic square routine"
spectator takes any row or column of a 4x4 cards layout, values added, matched number of cut-off cards\nsam schwartz\nted lesley magic square routine\nh. adrian smith's instant magic square\nh. adrian smith
2003
latter day secrets Sam Schwartz

On The Square

"A Magic Square Routine"
spectator takes any row or column of a 4x4 cards layout, values added, matched number of cut-off cards

diminishing squares\nmagic square in which four numbers can be removed and a magic square remains, applications
- paycheck poker
- the collins square
- square notes (fragmented magic squares)\nkarl fulves\njudah-guest "bi color cut"
2003
latter day secrets Karl Fulves

Diminishing Squares

magic square in which four numbers can be removed and a magic square remains, applications
- Paycheck Poker
- The Collins Square
- Square Notes (fragmented magic squares)

alphabet square\n5x5 square, numbers are converted to letters to spell out names\nsam schwartz\nkarl fulves\nsimplex square\nsam schwartz
2005
latter day secrets Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Alphabet Square

5x5 square, numbers are converted to letters to spell out names

draw for the devil\nnine cards, performer and spectator alternately put them in a 3x3 square à la tic tac toe, a magic square for six results\nrobert e. neale\nthe tit-tat-toe trick\ndon costello\ndai vernon\nmartin gardner
2006
prolix Robert E. Neale

Draw For The Devil

nine cards, performer and spectator alternately put them in a 3x3 square à la Tic Tac Toe, a magic square for six results

fold, cut and fail\npre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile\nrobert e. neale\nfold, cut, and fail\nrobert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

Fold, Cut and Fail

Pre-folded paper square with sixteen digits in two colors, folded and cut, all digits of one color except chosen one is in one pile

the force methods\nnumber forces
1. using number cards (magigram, amazing trelba)
2. "newspaper prediction" (martin gardner, magic, august 2005, also ibidem?)
3. 4x4 matrix
4. magic square\nmel bennett\ncrazy calendar\nmartin gardner
2011
xtra credit Mel Bennett

The Force Methods

number forces
1. using number cards (Magigram, Amazing Trelba)
2. "Newspaper Prediction" (Martin Gardner, Magic, August 2005, also Ibidem?)
3. 4x4 matrix
4. magic square

rainbow matrix\nnumber force with a magic square\nmax maven\nrainbow matrix\nphilip t. goldstein\nwalter b. gibson\nmaurice kraitchik
2015
the black book of mentalism Max Maven