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daffydoug
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At one time I had the address of a web site where you could go to test your knowledge of the Aronson memorized deck stack. You just click on a card or a number, and it then type in your response, and it would come back with the answer.

I have since lost the sites address, and even a google search proved fruitless.

Does anyone here know the address of this web site and the memorized deck tester?

Thanks for your help.
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Hi Doug,
Here is the address to Simon's home page. Click on the 'Magicians Only' section, answer the ubiquitous question, and navigate to the memorized deck page. The quizzer is there.
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Grey,

But what is the address?

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daffydoug
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Say Grey,

you said "Here is the Address", but you didn't give it!
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Check out http://www.stackview.com

Nick Pudar has an EXCELLENT Program that has the
ability to test you on ANY Stack!

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Theres also one for mnemonica by Tamariz... Im not sure where to find it though...
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I found Aronson's site. Thanks fellas. I have the quizzer going now, and I'm happy as a clam!
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There's a stand-alone stack quizzer (called Stack Quizzer) which will test you on both the Aronson and Tamariz stacks (amongst others).

His website is www.ascotti.org and the program is very nice.

Nick Pudar's wonderful Stack View also allows you to test yourself on both stacks, plus do a whole lot of other stuff...track shuffle sequences, simulate poker deals, etc. It's a very worthwhile download!

Jeremy
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Whoops! I'm sure you all got it by now, but just in case: http://www.simonaronson.com
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Is the Juan Tamariz Stack on the program the one in his book mnemonica
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Thanks everyone for the links.
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How do you get into the Tamariz stack using faros
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On 2004-12-29 16:33, maxrod88 wrote:



How do you get into the Tamariz stack using faros


Buy Tamariz's book (Mnemonica) and find out. I figured it out on my own but bought the book anyway.
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I have been trying to figure it out with in and out faros
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I have to agree with those that have suggested stackview. I got Mnemonica and have been learning the stack(10 cards a day.....could go faster but I like the pace). I jump into stackview to do a review and must say that it really helps retain the info.
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On 2004-12-29 17:44, maxrod88 wrote:
I have been trying to figure it out with in and out faros


So buy the book.
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