First, let me say that I learned some new ideas and methodology with this routine. I believe I will
be performing it in my walk around sets. I can see how people would believe that you really have
memorized every card in the deck, and the three phases taught build nicely on each other.
did have one disappointment. In the first phase, where you are required to really memorize some
cards ON THE FLY, I was hoping for a new, useable system for that. Instead, Chris says something
similar to, "To memorize these cards in phase one, use your favorite method. I won't be teaching you
one here, but that's what I do; I use real memory techniques to memorize these cards."
Needless to say, I was disappointed in that. I was able to hunt down some techniques, including
the one by Lewis Jones mentioned by Chris, but I was slightly disappointed in the way I was told to
accomplish that first phase.
Overall, as I stated in the first paragraph, I will be using
this routine. I just won't be using it as quickly as I hoped, because of the need to search out,
find, and learn some information Chris tells you he uses, but can't explain in the video.
I'm positive that you are taking my words ut of context and that if you go back, you'll see that I do teach my system for learning to remember a small packet of cards for phase one. It may not be the self working answer you hoped for but it is there. I'm glad that you will be using PSEUDO and I appreciate your support of my work, just wanted to clarify.