Legacy

Trick by Jamie Badman and Colin Miller
$40.00 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Friday morning
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Legacy

40.00 usd

Trick by Jamie Badman and Colin Miller ($40.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Friday morning
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When you create a smash hit like Heirloom, it’s hard to come up with something else that beats it. But that’s just what Jamie Badman and Colin Miller have done.

Legacy resonates so well with audiences because of the story you tell. The glimpse back in time. It has that emotional hook that Vernon always urged people to find in their presentations.

This new, updated version of legacy includes all of the props and gimmicks you need, plus fully updated video instructions so that you can learn this fantastic trick within just a few minutes.

What Happens?

You tell your audience about your grandfather, who was a gambler. He performed one trick, and you have the same cards that he used to use. You always carry them with you because it makes you feel closer to him. You remove a wallet, and take out 5 antique cards. You explain how, even from the grave, your grandfather can still trick people. One of the five cards is freely selected (no force) by the spectator, and you then prove your grandfather knew which card they would pick. Every. Single. Time.

You get everything you need to perform this close up miracle in the box. Even the custom faux leather wallet - which has a special feature you need to make the trick work.

Legacy is easy to do and involves no sleight of hand. The method works is self-working!

Includes all props, gimmicks, and video instructions.

 

Community questions about Legacy

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  • 1.

    Ben asks: Can it be repeated with a different card chosen

    • 1. Ari answers: This trick should not be repeated for the same audience.
    • 2. Bob answers: Any of the five cards can be chosen but the trick should not be repeated for the same audience.
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  • 2.

    Robert asks: Is there any sticky stuff or ditching of cards.

    • 1. Robert answers: Guessing that this is a multiple out type prediction, I would say no
    • 2. Bob answers: Nothing sticky.
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  • 3.

    Justin asks: If I’m doing multiple acts a night for different audiences, can the “Freely” end card change or is it always the same card?

    • 1. Bob answers: Any of the cards can be freely selected. The only thing you should not do is repeat the trick for the same audience.
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  • 4.

    Clifton asks: Is the trick done exactly as in the video? Does it use an OLRAM handling?

    • 1. Rick answers: I'm guessing this video was the 'best case scenario' and no orlam subtlety is used in this effect
    • 2. steve answers: Given that one of the props is a photo, I'm guessing that the odd-backed card isn't necessarily the best-case scenario.
    • 3. Bob answers: One could argue that the odd backed card *is* the best case scenario. Maybe second best and going further would expose too much of the effect.
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  • 5.

    ken asks: Granddads Wallet-R&S involved?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No rough and smooth, no.
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  • 6.

    Dennis asks: Are the instructions different from the original release?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes. They are all new video instructions.
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  • 7.

    Lon asks: Do the playing cards that come with this have the aged look as in the original? If not, is the original still available? Thank you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They are aged, just like the original.
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  • 8.

    Apurva Sanghi asks: Can the other 4 cards be inspected?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Some of the time yes, some of the time no. (It is difficult to answer that without tipping the method)
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  • 9.

    Robert asks: Is the wallet an actual Heirloom wallet?

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! It's a Himber wallet
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  • 10.

    Treven asks: Assuming the picture is a part of it, can you customize it? Or glue over the picture to use your own? Thanks

    • 1. Tony answers: Hi, You can use your own pictures if you wish.
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  • 11.

    Terrence asks: Does this come with everything needed to perform it? Or do I need to purchase some items separately?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will have to place your own currency in the wallet, but everything else is supplied.
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  • 12.

    Scott asks: Can we gain access to video instructions if you already own the effect?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Sure. Just email us.
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  • 13.

    Gerardo asks: Can it be performed in any language?

    • 1. Tony answers: It can be performed in any language
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  • 14.

    Dave asks: Does the photo ending, which I like as an extra kicker, apply only 20% of the time? I’m hoping not!

    • 1. Ron answers: The photo is always mentioned in your patter
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  • 15.

    Len asks: For stolling performing, is there any reset and if so how quick is it to reset?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The reset is essentially done during the performance as you put everything away.
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  • 16.

    Enrique asks: in one of the pictures of the advertisement you can see the grandfather photo with a card picture. Is the photo printed the same way in the final product?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not in this version. The card now appears face down. We removed it because not enough people wanted to use it.
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  • 17.

    Zuhairr asks: Is the trailer the best case scenario?

    • 1. Tony answers: All cases are strong but in my opinion in the trailer is the best case
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  • 18.

    JD asks: Would it be possible to get one of the the cards that shows the face of the card on the photograph for those of us who want to use this method?

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  • 19.

    Doyi asks: Is the new versions wallet different? And how is it different?

    • 1. Brian answers: Nothing new on the wallet
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Customer reviews for Legacy

Jeff

The product is great. Really like the trick. My only comment would be the premise is old picture and old cards. Shouldn't the wallet look old as well if you say "this was my grandfather's wallet". Just an observation, not a complaint.

 

JD

This effect is a good one and the items that come with it are a good value for the money. So why only four stars? The wallet is not the one in the demonstrations. It has two things about it that make it look cheap and modern. The first is visible elastic straps that hang out of the wallet and make it awkward to open the wallet one handed on the table, as in the demonstrations. The second are shiny metal corners that draw attention to the gimmick and make the wallet look modern. The narrative around Legacy is that this is your grandfather’s wallet. Such a wallet did not exist in your grandfather’s time. I suspect this has everything to do with price point on the product. The wallet is not low quality but it also not believable as an old wallet (or perhaps even as an ungimmicked wallet). Bottom Line: I would buy this again. Would have rather paid another $20 for a better wallet, perhaps like the one in the demonstrations.

 

Len

I agree on the wallet with JD. The wallet in the original was better at least without the metal corners. It is not as deceptive as metal corners are on both sides and it makes it look like a 2 sided wallet.
The trick itself is great but the wallet lowers the effect a great deal.

 

Marco

I agree with most of the other reviews, the only problem is the wallet. The VInc embossing is just a sore thumb.

Legacy by Jamie Badman and Colin Miller