Written by Gary Kurtz

1990
Work of Gary Kurtz

40 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished

Language: English

(20 entries)

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Gary Kurtz Relentless monster coin routine
1.) Four Silver Dollars from the Purse Frame
2.) The Penny
3.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame
4.) Double Transposition in Spectator's Hand
5.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame (Again)
6.) Interlude
7.) Coins Through the Table
8.) The Bag on the Purse and Four More Coins
9.) The Penny Returns
10.) The Classic Hang Ping Chien Coins Across
11.) The Finale: Returning to the Beginning
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Gary Kurtz Producing Four Coins from a Purse Frame 2
Roger Klause, Gary Kurtz No Shuttle Shuttle Pass 3
Gary Kurtz Vanishing a Coin in a Purse Frame 5
Harvey Rosenthal Roll-Over Palm 9
Mike Gallo The Mike Gallo Reverse climax for coins through table, instead of last coin penetrating the table, all are back in the hand again 11
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted #2 four quarters turn into four copper coins 17
Gary Kurtz Trio in Three from 1981, three different coins travel under two cards, from hand to hand and back under the cards, Haden gaff 19
Gary Kurtz Accumulation and Breakdown one coin routine, coin transform to glitter as a climax 22
Gary Kurtz The Initial Production -The Three Stroke Change-Over 22
Gary Kurtz Vanish and Reproduction Fingertip Take 23
Gary Kurtz Down the Arm coin travels from elbow to hand 23
Gary Kurtz The Rebound Pass 23
Gary Kurtz Down the Arm Vanish 24
Gary Kurtz The Fingertip Take and Change-Over 25
Unknown, Gary Kurtz Through the Pantleg Inspired by 26
Gary Kurtz The Single Coin Repeat 27
Gary Kurtz The Breakdown Gimmick thumb tip with attached coin 27
Dai Vernon, Gary Kurtz G.K. on Vernon's 'Silk and Silver' - Opening Sequence (Production and Penetration of Handkerchief)
- The Vanish Sequence
- The Reproduction / Appearance of Coins in Bag
- The Final Vanish
Inspired by 30
Gary Kurtz Three to Go three coins are produced and vanished under a handkerchief 38