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Hello Darwin,

I have so many questions about this book to ask you (your opinions) but I also want to keep it brief.

After reading The Phantom of the Card Table by Eddie McGuire it changed the way I think about second dealing. I'm assuming you have read this book and would like to know what you think of Eddie McGuire's views on second dealing (i.e. such as there is only one master method and all that)? And what do you think of the method given in the book? And who do you think won the argurment about second dealing so to speak, Magician, Bill Simon, or Gambler(?), Eddie McGuire? It has also completeley put me off the methods given in Expert card Technique by Hugard and Braue.
And do you agree that Walter Irving Scott's method is 500 years ahead of Erdnase's?

I did want to keep this brief but please give any other important opinions of yours about the book in general. I feel this will answer all my other questions if you give your views on the important things in the book.

Thanks,

John.
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