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 Practicing bottom dealing "with the assistance of a loudly ticking clock or a metronome" was advised as early as 1934 by Graham Adams in //[[http://askalexander.org/display/13431/Conjurers+Chronicle+Vol+15/43|Wilford Hutchinson's Conjurers Chronicle]]//, Vol. 15 No. 6, Mar./Apr. 1934, p. 935. Practicing bottom dealing "with the assistance of a loudly ticking clock or a metronome" was advised as early as 1934 by Graham Adams in //[[http://askalexander.org/display/13431/Conjurers+Chronicle+Vol+15/43|Wilford Hutchinson's Conjurers Chronicle]]//, Vol. 15 No. 6, Mar./Apr. 1934, p. 935.
  
-Earlier it was already recommended for practicing silent codes, in which the length of a pause or action transmits information to a partner, see Albert Hobkins' //[[http://askalexander.org/display/29853/Magic+Stage+Illusions+and+Scientific+Diversions+Including+Trick+Photography/214|Magic : Stage Illusions and Scientific Diversions Including Trick Photography]]//, 1897, p. 198.+Earlier, a metronome was recommended for practicing silent codes, in which the length of a pause or action transmits information to a partner. See Albert Hopkins'//[[http://askalexander.org/display/29853/Magic+Stage+Illusions+and+Scientific+Diversions+Including+Trick+Photography/214|Magic : Stage Illusions and Scientific Diversions Including Trick Photography]]//, 1897, p. 198.
  
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