Magic eBook Review: Enigmaths 1-6 by Werner Miller

Many cardmen immediately disregard mathematical based tricks, classifying them as “boring” or “too complicated.” As a overarching rule, these characterizations of mathematical magic are untrue (although we have all witnessed our fair share of dull card tricks). Anyone who has seen Steve Beam perform or has read his popular Semi-Automatic Card Tricks series can attest to the strength of math-based …

Magic eBook Review: Magicseen Magazine

Magicseen Magazine is a European magic publication that launched in 2005. It comes out six times a year and is available in print or online format. I had heard good things about it, so I wanted to check it out for myself. I ordered the March 2009 issue with Pete Firman on the cover. The magazine has a nice design which translates nicely to PDF format. I …

Magic eBook Review: Time Travel Manual

Time Travel Manual is a collection of 16 effects from 10 different contributors. Each effect is framed with a time travel presentation. It’s a fairly large eBook containing 100 pages. As a result, I won’t detail each routine individually. Instead, I’ll give you my thoughts on a few of the items. Back to the Future (John Zandman)– This is a unique …