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    Question Exhibit CAA: Beyond Counting

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    Nothing to see here. Move along!

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    What are you looking for?

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    Limited number in print is a driving factor. Have my doubts your going to get specifics about content.

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    its written so if you don't already know about certain plays you will never find out about it from reading it.. its actually a work of art the way its written.. most of the easy to understand is already common knowledge thanks to good old mr Jacobson!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Math Demon View Post
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    What's in that book? The secret to immortality?
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    It is referred to as "the book" for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Math Demon View Post
    Why is the book "Exhibit CAA: Beyond Counting" selling for over $3,200?

    What's in that book? The secret to immortality?

    In your opinion, what are the most important aspects of that book that would justify the $3,200 price-tag?
    Yes, it contains the exact co-ordinates to the Fountain of Youth.
    "One of these days in your travels, you are going to come across a guy with a nice brand new deck of cards, and this guy is going to offer to bet you that he can make the Jack of Spades jump out of the deck and squirt cider in your ear. But, son, do not take this bet, for if you do, as sure as you are standing there, you are going to end up with an ear full of cider."

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    I paid $220 for a secretive book; and later see it for sale on a blackjack site for $75 new; however, it saved me more than the $220. For one thing, kept me from being an ass by wearing a wig or hair that security cameras would instantly see as false hair. And a bunch of other stuff. It'll be a while before I cough up $3,000 for a book, though. The game's already quite labor intensive, and I have a few thousand hours of hard work still ahead of me, just working on my next level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Math Demon View Post
    Two good answers out of five. I guess my expectation (about the members of this Forum) was too high .
    Wrong; the best answer in this thread is the one by smallcapgrowth. This may not be apparent to you if you have not read the book yourself, but it best describes the book.
    "One of these days in your travels, you are going to come across a guy with a nice brand new deck of cards, and this guy is going to offer to bet you that he can make the Jack of Spades jump out of the deck and squirt cider in your ear. But, son, do not take this bet, for if you do, as sure as you are standing there, you are going to end up with an ear full of cider."

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    1 Verite > 10 "Exhibit CAA: Beyond Counting".
    "Don't Cast Your Pearls Before Swine" (Jesus)

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    It's a rare book. As far as rare books go there are more expensive ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramazeka View Post
    1 Verite > 10 "Exhibit CAA: Beyond Counting".
    Sounds just like what someone who's completely, utterly clueless about the contents of CAA would say.

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