CHINESE SURPRISE — Garrett has taken Fred Kaps’ classic coin routine and added a surprise ending that will hit any audience hard. After several visual transpositions of a silver and copper coin, the audience will swear that more than two coins are in use. This is confirmed as the performer’s hands are opened and four Chinese coins . . . and nothing else . . . are shown!
IMAGINATION COINS — A new twist in the Coins Across plot as coins travel from the spectator’s hands to the performer’s hands! Then, the coins visually fly between the performer’s hands before finally vanishing and ending up back in the spectator’s hand. Also included are Garrett’s touches on Robert Bengal’s famous move for the final coin.
ABSTRACT MATH — A lesson in abstract math and thinking as three copper coins very cleanly change into a silver coin, a silver ring . . . and a silver Sharpie-brand marker!
COLOR MONTE — Garrett’s take on the Emerson and West classic using regular cards, a great presentation, and a very clean and easy handling. This is an effect you’ll carry with you and perform everywhere.
THOUGHT — Design duplication the Garrett Thomas way! Garrett shares all of the touches on how to make a spectator swear that they actually see you reading their mind!
ANNIVERSARY WALTZ — Garrett’s version of the trick made famous by Doc Eason. Garrett has analyzed the dynamics of performing this routine for a couple and has structured his version of this now-classic routine to maximize these dynamics. And at the end? The spectators are left with a souvenir . . . and an experience . . . that they’ll cherish forever!