Hey guys I've been experimenting with this method of Ed Cooke for deck memorization. It seems to work pretty well since I can memorize a whole stack in about 20 minutes-half an hour and I have just begun. (compared to the stack I have in my long term memory which I memorized without any specific method, which took a whole afternoon) There seems to be some problems though: If I try to memorize more than one stack in a short period of time, the mnemonic scenes I get in my head for each one are bound to be confused/overlapped, which means I might mistake the order of some cards of the deck I just memorized and the one I am currently memorizing (hope that makes sense) Other problem is the more I try this method the less efficiency it seems to have (??), like: On the first couple decks I memorized I got all the cards on my first attempt, ie: I could say all the cards in order from top to bottom without getting any wrong. However on the decks I memorized on the following days I could not get 100% the first time, some I didn't remember at all and some I got wrong (once I even got past 15 cards wrong to be honest =p) then once I saw the correct cards and tried passing through the whole deck again, only then I could get the whole order correctly, which at long range is definitely not the point. (My goal is within some years of practice being able to do a memorization while doing a table spread and some patter, so I can only have one chance to have a glance at the cards.) So anyone else tries/tried this method and also experiences these problems? How do you fix those? Any tips?