Certainement l'un des plus grands cartomane au monde. Cet homme a participé aux championnats du monde de magie(FISM), et a...perdu, car ces effets était tellement hallucinant que les juges ont pensés qu'il utilisait des cartes truqués ! Il a ensuite repassé le concours avec un jeu fourni par le jury, et il a, bien sur, gagné. Tout cela pour vous donner une idée de l'incroyable technicité de Lennart Green.
There is no one else in the world quite like Sweden's Lennart Green. He is a true original, both in life and in magic, and this originality really shines through in his incredible and hilarious performances.
He is in constant demand all over the world, including his tour de force appearance on NBC's World's Greatest Magic.
Lennart Green does things with a deck of cards no one else has ever done before. Just how good is Lennart Green? Well, some years ago, he competed at the F.I.S.M. World Championship of Magic. He lost!
Why? Because his act was so thoroughly amazing and impossible that the judges accused him of cheating and using trick cards! Fast forward to the next F.I.S.M.
Lennart performed the same act, but this time the judges were satisfied that Lennart was indeed using a straight deck. When the dust had settled, it wasn't even close. They had no choice but to award Lennart Green the title of World Champion Magician!
Fractal Harmony - A masterpiece of card magic! Using a backdrop of mathematical fractals, Lennart magically proves that chaos can become order. He shows and explains fractals along with their beauty and meaning.
Second Birthday Gift - Lennart recalls a humorous story involving his father wherein a shuffled deck magically becomes separated. For the finale, Lennart produces a full bottle of whisky, which is then opened and a thought-of card is produced from inside!
Impromtu Royal Flush - This routine begins with the production of a shoe from a deck of cards, and then a thought-of card is removed from the shoe! Within this routine is a myriad of effects, including the full separation of a deck, winning poker hands, card productions and more!
One in Fifty-two Bet- From a shuffled deck, a card is selected and lost. The deck is then repeatedly separated into two piles, with one pile being eliminated each time until only one card is left. It is the selection! This effect is a self-working masterpiece. DVD EN ANGLAIS
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