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Indeed he lifts the toe a bit above the hone on several of his "back"strokes. I don't think it's disastrous.
I don't know what he's doing. Is it a touch-up on thin slurry of a hone with little slurry-dulling? Or is he correcting the bevel a bit on a speedy Coticule, after which he'll refine further on a pasted strop?
My soundcard is off-line right now. I'll watch again later and listen to what he says.