# Di-Ciphering Dice

In 1927 Royal V. Heath marketed a magic effect called “The Di-Ciphering Trick” based on a math trick developed by …

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In 1927 Royal V. Heath marketed a magic effect called “The Di-Ciphering Trick” based on a math trick developed by …

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With the Super coming up soon and the fact it is probably the most bet upon sporting event thought we …

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This math trick is called Hummer’s Poker Chip Trick. The trick uses six poker chips with a number on both …

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What shapes our lives are the questions we ask, refuse to ask, or never think to ask. Sam Keen. Two books, …

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