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It truly is the first thing he pulls out when someone wants to see an effect.
The routine flows beautifully from one phase to the next and big, BIG reactions. I'm glad you have the opportunity to learn this from such a master. Remember that you may know a few moves that you see in the trailer but the key to such dynamic reactions is the psychology BEHIND the moves. This is what Daniel teaches so well and what you'll be getting when you purchase Card to Pocket.
----- Brad Christian.
Daniel stands on the shoulders of giants to present the Madison Card to Pocket routine.
This is not only Daniel's 'goto' effect - it's both his opener and closer when he does perform it, simply because it's so powerful that nothing else can follow it.
A multiphase, modular routine, Daniel's teaching focuses on the psychology and framing of the effect to deliver a punch-to-the-throat performance each and every time. Much time is also spent on the nuances of the sleights used to address common mistakes in the card to pocket you may already perform.
Daniel leads his spectators on an unexpected journey with this routine, changing the way the card - or cards - appear each time, creating a cleaner and more impossible appearance with each phase.
Never again be at a loss when someone says 'show me something'. Shut them up with Madison's CTP.
Run Time: 19 minutes.
This is now my favorite trick to perform because it truly can be performed anywhere, anytime. None of the sleight of hand is very difficult and most of the trick relies on your presentation and misdirection. As with many of DM's effects, CTP gives the magician room to grow and develop his/her own style of performance.
This was a great purchase. The little subtleties and psychology behind the effects were a huge help. Tonight was the first time I've got to try it out on someone and it hit big.
At first I didn't believe that Madison would perform only this trick to people but after learning I totally understand why. It's an easy trick that gets AMAZING reaction when performed correctly. Many complain about the angle sensitivity but that is easily overcome with some simple misdirection.