Card Memorization Memory Training | US Memory Championship

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  1. Sachin Malik says:

    Brian, you could also see them in action, always. And in that sequence. Dog jumping into the Van or pulling the Van… see Dog first and then the Van. Works for me… always. All the best!

  2. butlikereally says:

    When you do it is each card an individual character, or do you do combination of features? Like would you remember Queen of Hearts as a bear and a 3 of Hearts as a beer can, or would you remember the Queen of Hearts as a Red bear and a 3 of Hearts as a red can?

  3. comedyforage says:

    That’s a good example, but Derren Brown is a magician at heart and I have a good feeling he’s not giving everything away in that video. He’s got such an incredible mind that it wouldn’t surprise me if he was doing something as well as the memory palace thing.

  4. Ahmed Kamiss says:

    Hey DoubleR2591, I have decent long term memory too but coming from somebody who has very bad short term memory, I am telling you man, its as important as long term memory. Its like a computer RAM and ROM. imagine how slow the computer will be if it has a small RAM!

  5. Mnemo says:

    put the images from left to right or give the action to the first image.
    for example dog biting a red van or dog peeing on a red van
    most people put 3 images per locus for cards and numbers

  6. aemind says:

    I will show you exactly how I do it on my other channel: aemindmemory .. Make sure to subscribe to that one.. Briefly what you do is create subfiles under a major file.. Example: for a couch.. You can choose 5 points on that couch as subfiles..

    The Left arm rest is your first subfile, the cushion where you sit on is the second subfile, the top part of the couch is the 3rd subfile, the right arm rest is the 4th subfile, and the leg of the couch is your 5th subfile..

  7. Brian Mak says:

    hey, how do u memorize multiple objects in 1 file without messing up the sequence of the object?
    lets say, u r going to memorize a dog, and a red van using the couch, how do u know which one, the dog or the van, comes first when u “see” the couch??

  8. aemind says:

    It is recommended that you have multiple mental palaces.. I have about 1000+ Empty Files.. and you can still reuse the same mental files over and over.. I try no to use the same exact files back to back to memorize things.. I use different “palaces” to practice my memorizing skills.. Walk around your local shopping center with many stores, and use that create a few hundred new Mental Files..

  9. joses2209 says:

    nice og abel shirt!!!

  10. aemind says:

    Glad to hear that you have a good Long Term Memory.. You see, Memorizing a Deck of cards isn’t about Cards at all.. People get that misunderstand that all the time.. IT’s all about the techniques and skills needed to memorize that deck of cards.. You can use those Techniques both for Short term and to Enhance Long term memory.. So that you can easily access and retrieve the information that you Memorized, later on down the road..

  11. nbeckste says:

    Ha Ha that’s the response I wanted! Its easy to get under a Brit’s skin. The British are coming! the British are coming!

  12. nbeckste says:

    Eat Poo Brits! 🙂

  13. Imran Azmi says:

    Yep, heard of that technique. Thanks for the information, it’s worth a try. Although I’ll have to reform my system, as I’m using a continuous link technique at the moment lol. I’ll let you know if it goes good.

  14. definingpossible says:

    Hey man. I have had some experience with card memorization. The way Ron White does it is he has a person, verb, and noun on every single card. So the first three cards that come out, you take the person of the first card, verb of the second, then noun of the third, then file it. To do multiple decks, you just need more files in your mind. That’s all. So instead of doing 3 images per card, try person, verb, noun and let me know how it goes for you.

  15. Imran Azmi says:

    Hello. I would like to ask a question. If I wanted to memorize multiple decks of cards, how would I do so? WOuld I need to have more than one image associated to each card? For example, ace of spades = rabbit/racoon/panda? OR would I need only one image per card but different “locations” (memory palaces?) for each deck? Anyway, replies are greatly appreciated. I’m always ready to learn, thank you. And thank you for the great video!

  16. nikos memas says:

    can you add me on Facebook i would like to learn the way i have only some questions

  17. aemind says:

    I have used this similar technique in BlackJack and Poker, but to teach you would take much more than a few characters of me writing here on YouTube.. I would actually have to sit down with you and teach you personally.. Not only that but it will take a lot of time before you can actually use the technique that I know in order for you t keep up with a live game.. Look up this video on Youtube: “Derren Brown BlackJack” for an example of what i’m talking about

  18. nikos memas says:

    Hello i would like to ask how can i use a memory palace in a real game of cads. I mean that i will not have the time or the right to see the deck or some of the card so if u know or something send me an answer thanks nice video by the way.

  19. Dylan Forkan says:

    hey dude hows the sign language video coming along?

  20. danielmaxshaw says:

    Cool Man! 🙂

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