Table of contents for A lifetime of puzzles / edited by Erik D. Demaine, Martin L. Demaine, Tom Rodgers.

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Table of Contents
	Preface
Cast a Spell 
Martin Gardner and His Influence on Magic
	Christopher Morgan
Martin Gardner¿Encore!
	Prof. M. O'Snart
Low-Down Triple Dealing
	Colm Mulcahy
Products of Universal Cycles
	Persi Diaconis and Ron Graham
In Hindsight 
Tanagram: The World's First Puzzle Craze
	Jerry Slocum
De Viribus Quantitatis by Luca Pacioli: The First Recreational Mathematics Book
	David Singmaster
Magic and Card Tricks in Luca Paciolo's De Viribus Quantitatis
	Vanni Bossi
Move It
Railway Mazes
	Rodger Penrose
Mechanical Mazes
	M. Oskar van Deventer
Insanity Puzzles: Instant and On-the-Spot
	Rik van Grol
The Adventures of Ant Alice
	Peter Winkler
Fitting In
Simplicity
	Stewart Coffin
Extreme Puzzles
	Frans de Vreugd
Satterfield's Tomb
	David A. Klarner and Wade Satterfield, edited by Thane E. Plambeck
Computer-Assisted Seashell Mosaics
	Ken Knowlton
Speak to Me
Memories and Inconsistencies
	Raymond Smullyan
A Bouquet for Gardner
	Jeremiah Farrell and Tom Rodgers
NetWords: A Fascinating New Pencil-Paper Game 
	Mamikon Mnatsakanian, Gwen Roberts, and Martin Gardner
The Wizard Is Always In 
	James Randi
Making Arrangements
Symmetric Graphs in Mathematical Puzzles
	Ed Pegg Jr
Martin Gardner and Ticktacktoe
	Solomon W. Golomb
Scheduling Tennis Doubles Competitions
	Richard I. Hess
When Multiplication Mixes Up Digits
	David Wolfe
Magic, Antimagic, and Talisman Squares
	Rodolfo Kurchan
	Index by Author

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Mathematical recreations.
Gardner, Martin, 1914-.