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Gee, wonder where he learned that stuff.  I've taught it in many of my books on memory training. but much better versions - faster, more, much more, entertaining.  
         I spent an evening with Dustin Hoffman, the star of the movie Rain Man, talking about this sort of stuff  - demonstrated for him all those decades ago.
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      "Asked a lot of memory experts"??   Never ased me!!
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Socrates, do you know what that program was from?  I don't recognize it.

The premise and presentation was pretty good.  Nothing can top the performance Harry gave on that 4F video that Mike Powers shared.  Harry not only remembered pages from a magazine, he performed a card effect at the same time AND interacted with the audience.  Talk about multi-tasking!
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It was from his At the Table lecture for Murphy's Magic as far as I know.
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It was from his At the Table lecture for Murphy's Magic as far as I know.


Thanks for that.  It didn't look familiar at all to me.  I was just wondering about the context when he said he didn't want to tip it.  That implied that is was a lecture of some sort and that he had been explaining other things.
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Yes. It's the Murphy's At the Table Lecture. He does a ton of memory stuff that he does explain. The item shown here was the last item in the lecture and not explained.

There are a number of really good card routines too. Mainly gambling oriented things.

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