A Study on Lennart Green
"Takumi has surpassed me" - Lennart Green
The student has become the master.
'A Study On Lennart Green' is an in-depth, encyclopedic look at decades of work on Lennart's unique creations. It could easily sell for $200+.
Takumi also embellishes on each sleight to give his own expert touches. Allowing you to speed through any hurdles in learning new magic, comfortably.
With 14 separate tutorials, you'll learn:
• The Snap Deal
• Cards to coins
• Snap Bottom Deal
• Snap Color Change
• The Top Shot
+ 8 other routines, sleights and shuffles.
Every once in a while, a magician explodes onto the scene with unrivaled talent, like a rare species of spider that has remained undiscovered... until now.
In October 2016, Shin Lim shared an instagram video of Takumi Takahashi. It quickly blew up with tens of thousands of views in our community.
As a student of the legendary Lennart Green, Takumi was showcasing Lennart's Snap ('Laser') deal with perfection and ease.
Packed with 14 pieces of content, vital for all magicians to learn.
Once hidden behind the brim of a hat, Lennart & Takumi's knowledge on lapping, dealing, color changes, the side steal and the pace of a routine is finally available to us.
Unmissable is a word that can't fully describe it.
Access secrets that have never been shared before. Download this incredible work today.
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I would give it 4 stars as Takumi, although he is brilliant, English is not his first language and is a bit hard to understand. Also the moves are difficult but he does so effortlessly paying less consideration for the newbie learning from it. But 5 stars for Lennart Green, a true genius of card magic.
This is unquestionably an excellent download. The care and respect with which this has been created is obvious throughout, Takumi goes through almost everything anyone could want to know about the mechanics and subtleties of Lennart Green's techniques. I have only a few very, VERY small nitpicks with the teaching of certain moves, so it gets a 4* from me, but I would give it 4 and a half if I could. Overall, an absolute must have for anyone looking to follow in Lennart Green's considerable footsteps.
Takumi's skill is unquestionable, his ability to make the snap deal and so many other moves look easy is very impressive. This is in itself is a deception though, because each move is quite advanced and yet looks simple. You will have to watch the explanations over and over, because Takumi's first language is not English, and at times it can be difficult to understand where each of his fingers are placed. If you have the patience however, you can master exactly what Takumi has and fry the minds of your spectators just like he does.