1989
Written by Gary Kurtz
Work of Gary Kurtz
22 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
No illustrations
Language: English
29 entries
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Gary Kurtz Introduction
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Gary Kurtz The Importance of Misdirection
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Gary Kurtz Visual Noice
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Gary Kurtz Openness and the Open Position
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Gary Kurtz An Ambitious Card Routine outlined as example, brief
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Gary Kurtz Coordination of Actions, and the Priority of Movements
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Gary Kurtz A billiard ball steal
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Gary Kurtz Changing a woman into a tiger
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Gary Kurtz A more complex example palmed Aces from pocket as gag as spectator starts shuffling
Also published here 7
Gary Kurtz Economy of Motion
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Gary Kurtz Active and Relaxed States
  • When you relax, your audience relaxes
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Gary Kurtz Example "The One Hand Top Palm and subsequent Flash Fold of a card supposedly placed into the centre of the deck"
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Gary Kurtz The Natural Off-Beat
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Gary Kurtz Creating the Off-Beat
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Gary Kurtz The Francis Carlyle Card to Pocket comment
Related toAlso published here 12
Gary Kurtz Another example - Palming a Card
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Gary Kurtz Regaining Attention
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Gary Kurtz A coin vanish sleeving with fake back-and-forth tossing
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Gary Kurtz The Top Change
Also published here 13
Gary Kurtz The Eyes
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Gary Kurtz Ring Flight comment
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Gary Kurtz Verbal Misdirection
  • The name
  • Questions
  • Requests
  • Interesting patter
  • Audience Involvement
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Gary Kurtz Naturalness
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Unknown Part Two
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Gary Kurtz Directing Audience Attention
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Gary Kurtz Fingertip Coins Across as example
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Gary Kurtz The Principal Elements
  • Example: The Four Ace Trick
  • Example: The Vanishing Bowl of Water
  • Example: The Cups and Balls
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Gary Kurtz The Prime Focus: The Remembered Effect
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Gary Kurtz Final Words
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Data entered by Denis Behr.