The FOZUDOKU on the wall

The FOZUDOKU on the wall is incredibly special and that is why I use it when I make a FOZUDOKU mathe-magic presentation in public.

Poster announcing the FOZUDOKU Mathe-Magical Presentation

Mathemagical presentation of the FOZUDOKU

Photo of the Mathe-Magical Presentation that took place on Tuesday 5 June 2018 at the headquarters of the Neighbourhood Association of the Benalúa district “EL TEMPLETE” in Alicante (my hometown)

 The FOZUDOKUS Magic Squares have 24 groups of 4 cards with a constant sum in which no suit is repeated, whereas the FOZUDOKU on the wall Magic Squares have 12 more.

36 groups of 4 cards with a constant sum in which no suit is repeated

The FOZUDOKUS Magic Squares have 30 pairs of pairs of cards that add up to the same amount and have the same suits, whereas the FOZUDOKU on the wall Magic Squares have 18 more.

48 pairs of pairs of cards that add up to the same amount and have the same suits.

36 groups of 4 cards in the FOZUDOKU on the wall with the constant sum

Instead of having 24 groups of 4 cards that add up to the same constant sum, (and all these groups of 4 cards are made up of cards of all 4 suits), the FOZUDOKU on the wall has 36

48 pairs of cards (XX) that add up to the same amount as another 48 pairs of cards (OO) / Pairs have the same suits

Instead of having 30 pairs of cards, which add up to the same amount as 30 other pairs (XX = OO) and (these pairs have the same suits), the FOZUDOKU on the wall has 48 pairs.

64 pairs of twins that are in the same position in the first Magic Square and in the third Magic Square and add up to (26) with four different suits

But the FOZUDOKU on the wall, surprisingly still has something else that other FOZUDOKUS do not have:

In the first Magic Square, on the left and in the third Magic Square, on the right there are 64 pairs of cards that are in the same position.

They are 64 twin pairs that when added together give us the constant sum of the second Magic Square, in the middle ( 26 ) and none of the four cards has a repeated suit.

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