is renowned for his phenomenal feats of memory and for outwitting the casinos of Las Vegas at the blackjack tables,resulting in a ban. In addition to winning the World MemoryChampionships eight times,he was named the Brain Trust of Great Britain’s Brain of theYear in 1994and Grandmaster of Memory in 1995. He has madenumerous appearanceson TV and radio and holds a host of world records,including one for memorizing 2,385 random binary digits in 30 minutes. In2005 he was givena lifetime achievement award by the World MemoryChampionshipsInternational in recognition of his work to promote the art of memory allover the world; and in 2010 he became the GeneralManager of the WorldMemory Sports Council.
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