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Little Green Lecture, The

by Hartling, Pit

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: Lecture Notes
Publisher: H&R Magic Books
Publication Summary: 1998, 37pgs.
Format: Saddle-stitched

Product Description

Pit Hartling's Little Green Lecture Notes describe five of Pit's favorite and most acclaimed card effects. Each is clearly and completely described and illustrated. One trick, Chaos is a virtually self-working trick involving two freely selected cards that completely stumped the experts at the FFFF gathering. Each description includes Pit's complete and memorable presentation.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: QwkpcqPo21rNeH8


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
Bob Kohler advises "Only add Killers to your repertoire." Lance Burton has offered similar advice.

This small booklet contains only 5 effects, four of which are unabashed bombshells. (The other one is really good, but hey, we need to draw the line somewhere.)

Pit Hartling is a young man from Germany who garnered fame for his performances at the FISM in Japan as well as for his membership in the infamous Flicking Fingers group. This set of lecture notes is extremely well produced, easy to read, and a delight to learn from. But it is really the material which stands out.

Without going into detail, Chaos will fool you badly. VERY badly. Defect is just waiting to be used by any person working a "high tech" industry close up or trade show. Cupit is Pit's handling of a knock-out Tamarizian effect with a very charming and engaging presentational frame. Oh, it will still stun you as badly as its Andalusion ancestor. (In truth, those who have studied Tamariz will see many influences... [Read More]

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