Heritage by Daniel Madison
Cheating is usually about skill, how well the performer manipulates a deck of playing cards. It’s a demonstration of dexterity and handling, rather than a moment of the impossible. Heritage changes that.
In half an hour of teaching, Daniel Madison discusses the handling, psychology and presentations of this effect, including when and how to take this single effect into a two-phase routine (as seen in the trailer).
Download Heritage now, and cheat - without even touching the cards.
Note: Although not essential for the effect, Daniel does refer to the Gamblers Cop in the explanation, taught here.
This is a great effect and produces great reactions. Madison has done a masterful job here for several reasons:
1. The routine is designed to have a very clean delivery. By this, I mean that all your actions seem completely natural…when and how cards are turned, counted, placed, etc. doesn’t seem out of the ordinary or subject to question.
2. The use of different colored card backs has a strong psychological effect in helping cover some of what is happening.
3. The setup and execution is easy. No gimmick to create or hide…no complex mechanics…no difficult preparation. You can really focus on the presentation of your delivery and not about the technique.
4. Madison’s instructions in the video are clear and includes things to worry about, not worry about, and how to end clean.
Easily worth the money.
Truely it was so clever and clean and its well worth to what we spend love this effect and teaching is realy good definitely an effect to buy
This went right into my routine. That's how good it is. You just need to know (or learn) the Gambler's Cop and that's it. You won't believe how easy and clever this is.
If you are hesitating to buy heritage.... DON'T! It is one of the best card effects I have performed and it always surprises people. the moves are easy to learn but angles will take some time. Great overall purchase!!
With Heritage you get maximum effect with beautifully simple methods of execution. This is now one of my favourite go to tricks!
This is one of my favorite effects ever. The method and handling is fair and clean, and it blows spectators away. I prefer to do the second phase only, as i like the idea of a switch rather than "perfection", but both are great, and I had never considered combining these two routines before. I recommend this to everyone.