MyMagic eNewsletter #965
September 18, 2021
Instead of introducing you to a new item today I wanted to remind you of three items that arrived this week. All three immediately sold out when I first introduced them to you. All three are exclusives and are very labor intensive to make so that is why they are usually out of stock.
The first item is the very good mathematical routine by Michael Breggar, who is making quite a reputation for himself as a creator of practical routines that are often whimsical. Be warned that the price of the Flat Dice is likely to go up, maybe substantially, the next time they have to be manufactured.
This is a devious three-phase routine using a unique set of nine flat dice which only have two surfaces. You can present it as magic or mentalism. You can use all the dice for all three phases or use each phase as a standalone routine. The possibilities are endless as no matter how many times the spectator rolls the dice you will know their total while your back is turned.
The method is self-working and uses some simple math that is completely hidden within the presentation. To get the information all you must do is casually ask a seemingly simple and unrelated question that allows you to figure out the totals. You will love doing this.
Watch and buy: HERE
The Winston H. Freer Tile Puzzle is something that makes people think. It is regularly used by mathematicians and puzzlers to challenge their students and friends and it can also be presented as a head-scratching magic routine.
There have been many different versions of this impossible puzzle made from many different materials. There have also been many versions that use secret gimmicks that accomplish the same effect.
This particular version is based on the Winston Freer original and is very easy to do. The pieces were simultaneously printed on three 3D printers that run for fourteen hours and the overall size is 5.5”x6.75”x1.25”.
Watch and buy: HERE
The M-Rings are back in all sizes 9-12.5. Although the half-sizes are not listed on the site you can order the size under it and Rich Micucci has the tooling to expand them before I ship.
►Silver M Ring:
The ring design which resembles the letter M when cut in half and flattened is also known as a Wishbone Ring or a Wizard Ring. It has also been used as a holdout device because of the pointy edges. You can easily stick a card, a coin, a poker chip, etc… and have the ring hold it in place.
The rings are made of 925 sterling silver and are cast using lost wax, they are then hand-filed and polished. They are packed in a small velvet bag that can also be used to clean them.
Get one: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: Just purchased a large inventory of discontinued magic toys. Some are of very high quality. Will be introducing them to you over the next few months.
PSS: To read the last newsletter go: HERE