Inspired by Winston Freer.
This effect should last a lifetime or longer.
The Ultimate Puzzle – This may be the best version you have ever seen.
You bring out puzzle pieces that are arranged into a rectangular frame. You remove one of the pieces, yet the remaining pieces still make up a perfect rectangle. Not only one piece, but you even remove a second, then the third piece. Each time when a piece is removed, you can easily reassembles the puzzle into a rectangle.
In the end, even after removing the pieces, the surface area of the entire block puzzle remains the same and still fits perfectly in the wooden frame it came out of.
More importantly, there are no secret moves involved in this effect. Nothing is added or stolen, and the reassembles are clean.
You can also do the effect backward. Add three extra pieces to the puzzle, and the area remains the same.
The method is genius – based on mathematical principles, the area and volume are cleverly stolen after the pieces are overturned.
This is truly a masterpiece that you and your audience will love.
This video is pretty great to explain how this works, enjoy.