Gary Kurtz Lecture Download
- Powerful magic with cards & coins
- One of magic's most respected performers
- Practical routines & plenty of performance tips
- Includes routines from his book 'Unexplainable Acts'
Note from Martin
These are Martin's notes...
When released in 1992, this video was an instant hit. The performance, tips & explanations Gary shows during this lecture give credit to the title of his book at the time, 'Unexplainable Acts'. He demonstrates how his incredible card & coin routines should be performed, explaining the sleights & moves in detail along the way.
This video begins with the performance Gary gave as he won our 1991 Close Up Competition. At around the 16 minute mark, the lecture begins, and it begins in style - with performance and explanation of some of the most powerful magic you'll see. Routines are shown with charisma, then explained with extra detail on a variety of moves.
Hypethetical Possibilities: A novel time travel routine incorporating a signed playing card
Card in Nest of Envelopes: As the title suggests, a selected, signed card appears inside a nest of envelopes. It uses ordinary envelopes, they're are handed to a spectator at the start, and the loading method is clever, very clever and it's so clean.
Cheeky Load: A card to inside jacket pocket that you'll love and use
Coin Production & Coins Across: A coin produced at the fingertips, multiplies to three. They vanish, appear again, travel one by one from hand to hand, then vanish in a flash.
Sure in Credit: Two person mentalism, where one spectator finds another's chosen card.
Flurious: The expanding/reducing coin routine that Gary performed in his competition act, here's the explanation. It finishes with a production of a giant coin, and it finishes the lecture with a well deserved standing ovation.
These are great routines, they're fully explained with many tips and much detail of the moves required. This is a great video that you'll watch again and again.
(Duration: approx 88 minutes)
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Gary Kurtz 1st Lecture
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