

Michael Daniels Inner circle Isle of Man 1554 Posts 
Lybrary have just released 'Perfectly Possible', my latest ebook which presents a new, improved method for the instant magic square for any named total.
http://www.lybrary.com/perfectlypossiblep892787.html This is also available in a Combo Deal with 'Mostly Perfect', my previous ebook on magic squares. http://www.lybrary.com/mostlyperfectpe......788.html Mike 
Mindpro Eternal Order 10241 Posts 
Thanks Michael, looks interesting.

Jimso New user 73 Posts 
I got an early look at this and can attest to its claims. The earlier ebook is also valuable a different way, so I would recommend the combo deal if you do not already have the first one.

hcs Elite user Germany, Magdeburg 485 Posts 
Highly recommended!

Chris Aguilar Elite user 443 Posts 
This ebook does an excellent job with teaching even the most "math impaired" (i.e. myself) to create a 4x4 magic square easily and quickly. The squares produced have a much nicer distribution of numbers compared to, say, Lorayn.e's instant magic square.

Harry Lorayne V.I.P. New York City 8557 Posts 
They do?!?!
[email]harrylorayne@earthlink.net[/email]
http://www.harrylorayne.com http://www.harryloraynemagic.com 
Michael Daniels Inner circle Isle of Man 1554 Posts 
Quote:
On Oct 5, 2018, Harry Lorayne wrote: I would say so. For example, with my method, there are no outliers in the square (this can be a problem that tips the method in the standard Instant Magic Square  especially if the magic constant is large). Also, because there are no commonalities across squares having different constants, Perfectly Possible can be repeated for the same audience without tipping the method. It is even possible (and easy) to produce completely different squares for the SAME magic constant (i.e., with different numbers, not just rotational variations). Mike 
Harry Lorayne V.I.P. New York City 8557 Posts 
Gotcha'
[email]harrylorayne@earthlink.net[/email]
http://www.harrylorayne.com http://www.harryloraynemagic.com 
hcs Elite user Germany, Magdeburg 485 Posts 
My special requests for an IDEAL magic square would be:
1. Swiftly construction of a 4x4 magic square for any even or odd magic total, easy to do math included. 2. Use of a sequence of 16 natural numbers for even totals, skipping only one number for doublyeven and odd totals, i.e. their range (highest minus lowest) is never greater than 16. 3. Possible creation of completely different squares for the same magic total (i.e., not just rotational variations). 4. Possible easy creation of a SEMImagic square for the same magic total. 5. The initial cell is randomly given by a spectator. 6. Easy completion of the magic square in less a minute under fire. 7. Possible disguise of the method. 
Chris Aguilar Elite user 443 Posts 
Quote:
On Oct 5, 2018, Harry Lorayne wrote: Very much so! 
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Magical equations » » 'Perfectly Possible'  new magic square method (6 Likes) 
[ Top of Page ] 
All content & postings Copyright © 20012023 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved. This page was created in 0.02 seconds requiring 5 database queries. 
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic. > Privacy Statement < 