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A mathemagician is a mathematician who is also a magician.

The name "mathemagician" was probably first applied to Martin Gardner, but has since been used to describe many mathematician/magicians, including Arthur T. Benjamin,Persi Diaconis,Colm Mulcahy, and Shona Jean McKay. Diaconis has suggested that the reason so many mathematicians are magicians is that "inventing a magic trick and inventing a theorem are very similar activities."

A great number of self-working mentalism tricks rely on mathematical principles. Max Maven often utilizes this type of magic in his performance.

  • Fulves, Karl. Self-working Number Magic. Dover Publications. 1984.
  • Gardner, Martin. Mathematics, Magic and Mystery Dover; . 1956.
  • Gardner, Martin. Magic Numbers of Dr Matrix, Prometheus Books; . 1985
  • Gardner, Martin. Martin Gardner's Table Magic, Dover; . 1998.
  • Carruth, Rick. Mental Math and Mentalism Download PDF
  • Juster, Norton. The Phantom Tollbooth, Random House; . 1961.


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