Posted: Nov 17, 2009 6:15pm
Part 3 – World’s Greatest Memorized Deck Software!
What would you say if I told you I could get you a Subliminal Learning Memorized Deck software package for less than $200 USD? Would you be interested?
This software package is so POWERFUL that you can sit on your big fat a** and the program will FEED the stack information directly into your brain with almost no effort on your part!
Okay, we all know that we magicians are not eager to part with our diminishing funds, right? How about if I could deliver it to you as an immediate download for less than $99?
I suppose that now you are expecting to see the link for the fantabulous demo. Are you almost sold? The downside is that the manual is 276 pages long.
Here is the good news: Many of you reading this already have this software installed on your systems! Here is better news: This software is 100% absolutely FREE!!!
Yes, I am talking about Nick Pudar’s program, StackView. Hat’s off and a deep bow with respect and admiration to Nick for this dynamite tool.
This is the type of program that you can utilize immediately, then grow with it as your needs increase. For our basic learning purposes, it has everything we need to learn ANY stack in record time. You can download it for free here:
Here are some screenshots:
Here is the download link:
Download the program. Then, run the program.
It opens with two windows showing. The first window is labeled “Deck”. The other window is labeled “StackView Control”. At this point, some folks toss in the towel and think it is just too complicated. BUT IT ISN’T! Right now we don’t care about the other million things the program can do. All WE want to do is learn a stack.
Take a look at the Deck Window. Is it the Aronson Stack? If that is the one you want to learn you are home free. It you want to learn a different stack, you have many other options. Here are your choices:
Two versions of the Joyal Stack
New Deck (Bicycle)
New Deck (Fournier)
Si Stebbins 3
Si Stebbins 4
If you want to learn one of these built-in stacks, just click on the down arrow in the Control Window and click one of the choices above. Then click on Set Stack.
At the top-left corner of the screen, click on the File Menu. Click on Save Deck as Default. Every time you open the program, YOUR CHOSEN STACK will be displayed.
If you like, you can now close the StackView Control window. If you like, you can also close the Deck window. Or, you can choose to leave it open.
Besides all of the built-in stacks, you can create your very own custom stack. You will easily be able to figure out how to do this after reading Part Four, which is coming up.