An astounding magic trick done with math. This is an original Creative Crafthouse design based on math magic from the book, “ The Collected works of Alex Elmsley,” by Stephen Minch. The 8 different alder wood swords are very cool and give the trick a nice flare. Each sword has 6 different numbers on it (48 different numbers in total). The swords are about 5 1/2" long and 1/4" thick. They will come strung on a chain for your convenience and can easily be separated as shown in the photo.
Let a spectator select one of the swords and then a number on that sword, keeping that number a secret. You can even have up to 8 people select a sword at random. You then have them simply indicate the shapes (square or circle) surrounding the numbers on the sword, making up a lie about the shape surrounding the number they chose. At no time do they say aloud any numbers and at no time during the trick are you able to see the swords. Astonishingly, you will be able to correctly name the number(s) chosen.
We will not reveal the details of the math secrets here, but as a hint, simple binary codes are established when they tell you the shapes and you will easily be able to determine the number. This is GREAT fun as a party trick or at gatherings. Designed and made in Spring Hill, FL.
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