Madison Rounders Playing Cards : White
From the initial release of the very first decks of Rounders - shipped to all of our Black Club Members (with a personal note from Daniel) for comment before they were even released, through to Daniel’s personal stock of Reds, the homage to Brown Wynns and the Christmas gifts of the Rare Blue Rounders... the deck has been used and loved by so many top professionals that we felt the last in the series needed a full acknowledgement to honor its design.
No expense was spared in the production of the final edition of Rounders, giving the iconic classic the respect and completion it deserved. We demanded the finest stock that USPC could source, a thicker, luxury linen tuck box and precision foiling - a first for Rounders decks.
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A Note to You from Daniel MadisonI’m always amazed at how iconic the Rounders have become and wanted to pay tribute to that in the final edition of this deck.
Rounders are recognizable by their backs alone, so I wanted the box to reflect this; by only printing the back design on the box to allow the design speak for itself.
I have always felt that any card box needs little attention as it's just the covering for the deck inside, so I have always kept mine simple, and although I paid a lot more attention to the box on this one, I kept to the same beliefs. The beauty is inside. I always lean to difference and risk in the marketplace, and never more so than with this deck. It could not be more simple than inverting the original Rounders.
One thing I am glad to have achieved with this, is that although the design couldn’t be more minimal, the deck does resemble a borderless design, and as this is white, I hope that it finds its place in the gamblers hands as well as the magician.
I love this deck. It feels nice, with a clean back design. I loved the double backer but was disappointed to find no dupe. I also didn't like the box which didn't feature the spade design like the rest of the rounders.
Like these more than the normal rounders, because it has a thinner card stock. Awesome cards!
This is my favourite deck. You really get what you see in the trailers. A white minimalistic back design and a black paper card box with silver madison logo and stuff. If you don't like this simplistic stuff you shouldn't buy. If you do this is a must have.
Sleek , slim and classy.
I love these cards, they're beautiful. The only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars is that, unlike the other Rounders cards, these don't have the ace of spades on the outside of the box. Doesn't display so nicely as a set on a shelf, sadly. On the whole, actually, the box doesn't really seem as high-quality as the others of the Rounders set. It has a more papery finish than the laminated, plasticy finish of the others, and isn't quite as nice to handle.
Again, though, the cards themselves are beautiful and handle excellently, as I'd expect from them.
Honestly not too big on this deck. The stock is rigid, and personally the back design is a miss.
This deck has become one of my personal favorites because it handles incredibly well, the low amounts of ink on the back make them great for springing and for performing as well. The back design is nice but more design would have been good, although the handling makes up for that. This is a geat deck of playing cards, I recommend you get one if you haven't already.
Absolutely love this deck. Perfect quality and looks incredibly modern. If your going to do some high class performing, use this deck. You won't regret it.
These are pretty. The artwork, finish, and box are all as excellent as they are described above. I remove one star because the large amount of blank white space on the backs makes wear and slight stains more obvious than with a heavy pattern. Great for gambling demonstrations, cardistry, and collecting, not great for street magic or anything else where spectators with dirty hands can get involved.
Very good. Anyone who has handled white cards knows how smooth they feel. The only reason I removed 1 star would be for the fact that they are confusing for a spectator. They usually can't tell the back from the front. However, for your personal use and practice, they couldn't be better.