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Martin Gardner"s table magic

by Martin Gardner

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Published by Dover Publications in Mineola, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magic tricks.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTable magic
    StatementMartin Gardner.
    SeriesDover books on magic
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1547 .G266 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL367758M
    ISBN 10048640403X
    LC Control Number98028297

    In a publishing career spanning 80 years (), popular mathematics and science writer Martin Gardner () authored or edited over books and countless articles, columns and reviews. All Gardner's works were non-fiction except for two novels — The Flight of Peter Fromm () and Visitors from Oz () — and two collections of short pieces — The Magic .  »» Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic (2 Likes) Go to page 1 ~2~3~4~5 dazzler New user 34 Posts: Posted: am 0. I was just wondering if the "Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic" by Martin Gardner will ever come back into print. and add your own polish to Gardner's suggestions. For impromptu magic, you can't beat this book - it.

    Top 10 Martin Gardner Children's Books To a casual observer, it may not be obvious that Martin cared about (or wrote much for) younger audiences, but the reality is a little different. He had a lifelong interest in classic children's fiction—especially his own childhood favorites, from Alice to Oz —and for many years had a day job editing. 68 Scientific American August A Quarter-Century of Recreational Mathematics A Quarter-Century of Recreational Mathematics The author of Scientific American’ s column “Mathematical Games” from to recounts 25 years of amusing puzzles and serious discoveries by Martin Gardner MARTIN GARDNER continues to tackle mathematical puz-.

      Martin Gardner's Creative Card Magic Routine //This is a very cool creative mathematical trick by Martin trick is at least a years old and is quite a popular trick and I think. The Book of Magic is, I believe, the last anthology edited by Gardner Dozois, who died suddenly in As with all of his anthologies, the quality of writing here is superb, coming from the likes of Matthew Hughes, Ysabeau S. Wilce, Eleanor Arnason, Tim Powers, Lavie Tidhar and George R.R. Martin to name a handful/5.


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Martin Gardner, author of a host of popular magic and puzzle books, has compiled a clearly written manual that not only reveals secrets of the trade but also helps you perform tricks at a moment’s notice with such common objects as cards, coins, napkins, matches, and silverware/5(12). Martin Gardner was a renowned author who published over 70 books on subjects from science and math to poetry and religion.

He also had a lifelong passion for magic tricks and puzzles. Well known for his mathematical games column in Scientific American and his "Trick of the Month" in Physics Teacher magazine, Gardner attracted a loyal following with his Brand: Dover Publications.

Martin Gardner was a renowned author who published over 70 books on subjects from science and math to poetry and religion. He also had a lifelong passion for magic tricks and puzzles.

Well known for his mathematical games column in Scientific American and his "Trick of the Month" in Physics Teacher magazine, Gardner attracted a loyal following with his /5(8).

Martin Gardner was one of the most creative puzzle and game masters of his time. He apparently also collected and performed magic tricks, and has assembled a delightful selection here.

I loved the book and felt his sense of humor come through on every page/5. Martin Gardner, creator of a bunch of widespread magic and puzzle books, has compiled a clearly written guide that not solely reveals secrets and techniques of the commerce but in addition helps you carry out tips at a second’s discover with such widespread objects as playing cards, cash, napkins, matches, and silverware.

Martin Gardner, author of a host of popular magic and puzzle books, has compiled a clearly written manual that not only reveals secrets of the trade but also helps you perform tricks at a moment’s notice with such common objects as cards, coins, napkins, matches, and silverware.

Martin Gardner, author of a host of popular magic and puzzle books, has compiled a clearly written manual that not only reveals secrets of the trade but helps you perform tricks at a moment's notice with such common objects as cards, coins, napkins, matches, and silverware.

Reviews of the Martin Gardner's Table Magic. Martin's first Dover books were published in and Mathematics, Magic and Mystery, one of the first popular books on the intellectual excitement of mathematics to reach a wide audience, and Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science, certainly one of the first popular books to cast a devastatingly skeptical eye on the claims of pseudoscience and the many guises in /5(35).

Martin Gardner's Magic Output Martin's magical interests were focussed on table and close-up magic, and from the s on, he published a lot of original magic. He is well known for his innovative tapping and spelling effects, with and without cards, and.

Martin Gardner was one of the most creative puzzle and game masters of his time. He apparently also collected and performed magic tricks, and has assembled a delightful selection here. I loved the book and felt his sense of humor come through on every page/5(9).

It's been half a century since Martin Gardner's magic spell was first cast over the general public, thanks to two landmark events in the world of publishing: the appearance of his Mathematics, Magic and Mystery (Dover ), the first book for non-magicians to treat mathematical cards tricks in depth, and the launching of his long-running monthly "Mathematical Games" articles in.

The very first thing that Martin Gardner ever published (at the age of fifteen) was a magic trick in The Sphinx, the official magazine of the Society of American Magicians.

He focused mainly on micromagic (table or close-up magic) and, from the s on, published a significant number of original contributions to this secretive mater: University of Chicago.

A few years before he died, aged 95 inI interviewed Martin Gardner at his home in Norman, Oklahoma. Gardner was a journalist, a novelist, a magician, a philosopher and one of the earliest public debunkers of pseudoscience.

Yet he was probably best known – and most loved – for popularising mathematical puzzles. Martin Gardner was a renowned author who published over 70 books on subjects from science and math to poetry and religion. He also had a lifelong passion for magic tricks and puzzles.

Well known for his mathematical games column in Scientific American and his "Trick of the Month" in Physics Teacher magazine, Gardner attracted a loyal following /5(54). Martin Gardner Mathematical Games Collections. Langford Home • Miscellany & Lists. The great Martin Gardner's "Mathematical Games" columns in Scientific American were assembled, over the years, into fifteen volumes.

I put together this simple listing to help me trace which book a remembered essay actually appears in. Martin Gardner was a renowned author who published over 70 books on subjects from science and math to poetry and religion. He also had a lifelong passion for magic tricks and puzzles. Well known for his mathematical games column in Scientific American and his "Trick of the Month" in Physics Teacher magazine, Gardner attracted a loyal following 4/5(58).

Martin Gardner's Scientific American Puzzle Collections Martin is most famously associated with the puzzles posed in his odd Scientific American columns, and the fifteen resulting books which appeared between and Of course, those columns and books contained much material not in the puzzle vein.

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to traditional ordering via phone, email and website. RETAILER SERVICES. Over a period of 24 years (January – December ), Martin Gardner wrote consecutive monthly "Mathematical Games" columns for Scientific American magazine.

During the next 7½ years, through JuneGardner wrote 9 more columns, bringing his total toas other authors wrote most of the "Mathematical Games" columns. Martin Gardner was a renowned author who published over 70 books on subjects from science and math to poetry and religion.

He also had a lifelong passion for magic tricks and puzzles. Well known for his mathematical games column in Scientific American and his "Trick of the Month" in Physics Teacher magazine, Gardner attracted a loyal following Pages:. With his second published book Mathematics, Magic and Mystery (Dover, ) out a few months, Martin submitted an article to Scientific American about a paperfolding activity with mathamatical underpinnings."Flexagons, in which strips of paper are used to make hexagonal figures with unusual properties" appeared as a feature in the Dec issue, and was an .The entire collection of Martin Gardner's Scientific American columns are on one searchable CD!

Martin Gardner's &'grave;Mathematical Games'' column ran in Scientific American from to In these columns, Gardner introduced hundreds of Price: $Martin's magical interests were focussed on table and close-up magic, and from the s on, he published a lot of original magic.

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Martin never performed magic professionally.