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Thomas Krantz has been performing his close-up magic for more than 15 years. He has been working for major corporations in Scandinavia, appearing in television shows, touring the finer restaurants in Germany, France, and Great Britain, and has been a frequent lecturer in Scandinavia.
Thomas Krantz has gained a reputation of being a flawless and elegant performer of close-up magic. Perhaps it is because of his attention to detail, or the fact that he is integrating technique, body language, and patter into one inseparable unit, or that his moves are perfected down to the last bit. Watch his performance, and you'll see!
Includes these incredible effects:
- Matrix with Big Surprise
- Repeated card to Pocket Plus
- Sucker Eagles
- Card Trio Challenge
- Walking on Fire
- Kick Starter
- Illusions of a Hole
- A Trip to China
Here's what others had to say:
-If I had not been the producer of this video myself, I would think that "A Trip to China" was done by camera tricks. This is Spellbound when it is best!
-Thomas Krantz handles cards and coins very smoothly - a slick performer!
-Thomas is a classy guy who does some really classy magic.
-Thomas's striking attention to detail bear fruit in some eye-popping moments. The jumbo coin steal at the end of the matrix routine is totally practical for "real world" use and fooled me completely. His coin clipping techniques are superb, ranking amongst the best in the world and make for a spellbound routine that looks like trick photography. He has combined an old, yet funny gag with a standard routine to give the Karate-coin a fresh look. I really enjoyed this tape and I think you will too.
-Thomas Krantz really amazes with his visual, direct effects. There are techniques perfectly performed, but more important, an intelligent performer with a great sense of timing. After watching this videotape I had the most strong need to grab four coins and start practicing some of those clean, clean moves he teaches!
-His plots and presentations are as well-dressed as his custom-tailored suit.