This is a work in progress.

Please Forgive My Inexperience in Web Design.

I have been fascinated with Magical Hexagons for a few years now, and I'd like to share with you what I've developed.

For now, you will find information on what a magic hex { or more formally, a magic hexagon } is, an explanation of

what I mean when I refer to a Magical Hexagon, and why they are different. I am currently attempting to find the time to import the contents of a

book I've written onto this site, a book which Martin Gardner

has recieved and responded that it contains "Path Breaking results in magic polygons"

- What is a Magical Hexagon?
- The Worlds Largest Magical Hexagon ?
- A Letter from Martin Gardner
- How to determine some Properties of Magical Hexagons
- A Magical Hexagon Property Calculator
- Torsten Sillke's 3 Ring Musings.*
- Introducing PseuDoh! Multi Sided Sudoku Puzzles

*I recently came across Torsten Sillke's Excellent site, and found its Magcal Hexagon page agreed with many of my own developments.

However, you might notice his count of 26 "AddsTo 0" 3 ring mHexes are actually Negative Reflections of others already listed.

Discarding half of those Negative reflections, the count actually becomes 19.

You can View the following text file to see which are negative reflections of each other.

Which are Negative Reflections? -Lou

*New:*

*to be continued... *

- Louis Hoelbling

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