hamlet's pleasure in the success of the play winin the play is mirrored in the speech he makes after Claudius flees the room. what does this revealed in his words?

act 3 scene 2

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He is rather proud of himself. He knows the ghost of his father is "honest",

"O good Horatio, I'll take the ghost's word for a thousand pound. Didst perceive?"

He is glad that his psychological strategy to "catch the conscience of the king", has actually paid off.