About 40 years ago, I "programmed" an IBM punch-card sorter to play TTT using the same method as this book. First, the cards were sorted to get them into starting sequence, then they were sorted on the first play column, which distributed the cards into output hoppers 1 thru 9. The human played by selecting the cards in the hopper corresponding to the chosen square in the TTT grid, numbered left to right, top to bottom. The response move was printed on the top card, and the subdeck placed in the sorter and sorted on the next play column. Lather, rinse, repeat.
I kept the deck slimmer by eliminating rotation variant beginnings. As I recall, it was about a about 200-300 cards.