K.B. Move

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Originally called the "T.K. Move", it was developed by Kardyro in the early 1930s when he was in Honolulu for a gambling routine.<ref>THE KARDYRO-BIDDLE MOVE AGAIN by TONY KARDYRO, MUM, DECEMBER, 1960</ref>
 
Originally called the "T.K. Move", it was developed by Kardyro in the early 1930s when he was in Honolulu for a gambling routine.<ref>THE KARDYRO-BIDDLE MOVE AGAIN by TONY KARDYRO, MUM, DECEMBER, 1960</ref>
  
This move later inspired the [[Veeser Concept]].
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It also has been referred to as the "Biddyro Count or Technique", this move later inspired the [[Veeser Concept]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 14:09, 9 July 2011

K.B. Move (Kardyro-Biddle) was a false count developed independently of the Biddle Move by Tony Kardyro, but included breaks to give the technique flexibility.

Described by Ed Marlo in M-U-M, Vol. 49, No. 7, December 1959, page 280.

Originally called the "T.K. Move", it was developed by Kardyro in the early 1930s when he was in Honolulu for a gambling routine.[1]

It also has been referred to as the "Biddyro Count or Technique", this move later inspired the Veeser Concept.

References

  1. THE KARDYRO-BIDDLE MOVE AGAIN by TONY KARDYRO, MUM, DECEMBER, 1960
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