378 entries in Cards / Sleights / Jog Techniques
  
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S. W. Erdnase II. This is located by the jog for use after overhand shuffle
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 50
Unknown IV. This is located by the jog for use after riffle shuffle
Related to The Expert at the Card Table 51
Unknown A General Utility "Location"
Related to Farelli's Card Magic — Part Two 66
Tommy Tucker The Deliberate Shift card hit through loosely held deck to form injog
Related to Expert Manipulative Magic 13
Unknown The Fan Location: By Means of the Regular Fan
Related to Greater Magic 27
Jean Hugard Locations
Related to More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 46
Unknown Fan Control spectator inserts card in fan
a/. (Automatic Jog Control)
b/. Riffle Control
Related toVariations More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 49
Unknown The Push-Back Location setting injog when placing two halves together
Greater Magic 36
Unknown The "Slap" Location drop injog when two packets are placed together
Related to Greater Magic 36
Sam Leo Horowitz The Fan selection is controlled via jog, with finesse by Horowitz
Related to Greater Magic 190
Walter B. Gibson Jog Control as top half is replaced
More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 46
Frederick Braue The Delayed Location - II. The Spring with side-jogged card
a. Onto The Table
b. Into The Hand
More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 47
Unknown Jogging the Selection
More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 47
Unknown Jog and One Hand Fan
More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 48
Unknown Bottom Card Jog bottom card injogged with first finger under deck, step 27
Related to Greater Magic 149
Frederick Braue The Delayed Location - I. On the Table spread with side-jog
More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 47
Unknown Automatic Jog No. I, II, III three methods (including Plunger)
Expert Card Technique 104
Unknown The Side Jog diagonal push-in
Expert Card Technique 102
Unknown The Tap tapping a produding card "through" the squared pack
Related toVariations Expert Card Technique 122
Unknown The Jog at the Break transforming a break into a jog, two methods
Variations Expert Card Technique 102
Unknown Jog & Step Fan fan with jog or step
Expert Card Technique 326
Unknown The Injog basic handling for overhand shuffle
The Royal Road to Card Magic 8
Unknown Natural Jog
The Royal Road to Card Magic 195
Unknown Master Card Control fanning with injog
The Fine Art of Magic 24
Paul LePaul An Automatic Jog-Control
Related toVariations The Card Magic of Le Paul 101
Paul LePaul A Natural Jog-Control
Related to The Card Magic of Le Paul 93
Bill Simon Airing the Strip-Out deck beveled for easier strip-out
Related to Effective Card Magic 56
Bill Simon Tapping the Cards through the deck, forming injog, with four Aces
Related to Effective Card Magic 55
Bill Simon The Simon Card Control insertion from the side
Variations Effective Card Magic 93
Edward Marlo Delayed Spread Control spreading deck with jogged selections, as two card peek control
Control Systems 87
Bill Simon Marking a Position in a Card Spread
Related to Effective Card Magic 153
Charles Nyquist, Edward Marlo Side-Jog Spread for grab it
The Cardician 51
Bill Simon Side-Jog Transfer Cut transferring side-jogged card during cut
Sleightly Sensational 29
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hideout
Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic — Part I 25
Edward Marlo The Insertion Steals from center
Variations Side Steal 40
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hideout
Inner Secrets of Card Magic 18
James Steranko Diagonal Jog Push Thru card ends injogged
Variations Steranko on Cards 6
James Steranko Two Methods for In Jogging a Card
  • The Thumb Jog (as top half is replaced)
  • The Push Thru (card hit through loosely held deck)
Related to Steranko on Cards 43
Dai Vernon Plunger Location card above inserted card is jogged
Variations Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 27
Edward Marlo For One Card card is inserted, but jog retained
Variations The Multiple Shift 8
Edward Marlo Marlo's All Around Square Up - The Movable Jog including some jog variations
Variations The Multiple Shift 11
Edward Marlo New Jogging Action
The Multiple Shift 48
Alex Elmsley Angle Jog Switch as cards are fanned
Close-up Card Magic 166
Edward Marlo Fixed Faro Jog beveling a deck with jogged cards and placing rubber band around it, so it can be put in pocket without disturbing jog condition
Faro Controlled Miracles 62
Edward Marlo Faro Fan Constraint to apparently give a free choice to think of a card, but only half the cards are visible
Faro Controlled Miracles 23
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Faro Controlled Miracles 53
Edward Marlo, Alex Elmsley Marlo's Faro Jogs handling possibilities for Alex Elmsley's Faro Fan idea
  • Five Methods
  • Side Jog to Angle Jog
  • Angle Jog to Side Jog
  • Table Faro Angle Jog
  • Up Jogging the Reversed Card (two methods)
Inspired byRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 54
Edward Marlo Tabled Faro Fan Set-Up using table faro or only even riffle shuffle to get into Faro Fan configuration
Related to Faro Controlled Miracles 59
Edward Marlo Marlo's Brainwave one of ten thought of, this is reversed and odd-backed, faro fan
Faro Controlled Miracles 63
Edward Marlo Odd Thought spectator thinks of only odd-backed card in deck, no rough smooth, faro fan
Faro Controlled Miracles 65
Edward Marlo Oddity Handling named card is odd-backed card, faro fan
Related to Faro Controlled Miracles 66
Edward Marlo Physical and Mental performer places physical selection next to mental selection (one of twenty-six), two phases, half forcing deck, faro fan
Faro Controlled Miracles 68
Edward Marlo Faro Ribbon Spread Hide-Out
Faro Controlled Miracles 59
Larry Jennings All Around Square Up jogs
Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 155
J. W. Sarles Jog Control card openly inserted from side
Related to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 7) 99
Bill Simon, J. W. Sarles Jog Control Variation
Related toAlso published here The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 9) 110
Dai Vernon Jog Control
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 2) 143
Dai Vernon Another Control break obtained above chosen card
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 2) 148
Alex Elmsley, Edward Marlo Thumb-Fan Hide-Out jogged card, as switch
Expert Card Conjuring 100
Joseph K. Schmidt The Turn-Over handling with hidden jog
The Impromptu Close-up Card Rise 14
Edward Marlo Open Prediction (Automatic Jog) Method 9
Variations Hierophant (Issue 1) 10
Edward Marlo Jog Fan handling for pressure fan with jog(s)
Advanced Fingertip Control 56
Edward Marlo The Moveable Jog
Advanced Fingertip Control 35
Edward Marlo Application of the X Square Up
  • The Basic Handling of the X Square Up
    - First Method: Angle Jogging
Advanced Fingertip Control 44
Edward Marlo Jog Control Technique after (multiple) peek, the breaks are made into angle jogs and the control continued from there on table
  • Double Control (two methods, see also page 63 for suggestion)
  • Triple Control
  • Four Card Control
see page 156 for additional observations
Advanced Fingertip Control 51
Edward Marlo The Insertion Method: As a Multiple Control cards fanned with four jogged cards, overhand shuffle
Related to Advanced Fingertip Control 58
Edward Marlo Fingertip Stepping X Square Up, tabled riffle shuffle control
Advanced Fingertip Control 47
Cliff Green Multiple Control using injogged card as short card
Dingle's Deceptions 1
Unknown Card Control to Top or Bottom throw jog
The Living End 153
Harry Lorayne Two Simple Controls obtaining a jog above a selection
Rim Shots 127
Karl Fulves Auto-Jog getting cards in jogged position during in-hands cut
Notes From Underground 45
Lin Searles Tap Jog card squared in by tapping on table, yet jog retained
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio) 667
Jerry K. Hartman Friction Jog Getting a diagonal jog without angling, similar to Diagonal Jog by Jerry Andrus, pressure at upper right corner
Means & Ends 13
Jerry K. Hartman Knuckle Jog Getting a break above bottom card, alternative to Buckle or Pull Down
Related to Means & Ends 13
Jerry Mentzer The Basic MPT Control "multiple push through", card pushed in and left thumb moves it to injogged position, second half of it is done one-handed
Related to Multiple Push Through Control 3
Jerry Mentzer MPT Control For Several Cards "multiple push through", with several cards, one by one, all end up injogged
Multiple Push Through Control 6
Jerry Mentzer One Hand Riffle convincer after insertion of selection
Multiple Push Through Control 12
Jerry Mentzer Two Hand Riffle convincer after insertion of selection(s)
Multiple Push Through Control 13
Unknown Automatic Rear Jog
Super Subtle Card Miracles 40
Karl Fulves The Controlled Insertion tabled, resutling in a jogged position
Riffle Shuffle Technique — Preliminary Notes on Part Two 59
William A. Morales The Dribble Control tabled, setting a jog
Rim Shots 129
Karl Fulves Automatic Rear Jog
Riffle Shuffle Technique — Preliminary Notes on Part Two 52
Alex Elmsley, Edward Marlo Faro Fan
  • 1st Discard - In the Hands
  • 2nd Discard - On the Table
  • 1st Technique - in the Hands
  • 2nd Technique
The Ten Hand Poker Stack 117
Edward Marlo Side-Jog Tabled Spread & Effect ribbon spread hide-out
The Ten Hand Poker Stack 149
Dennis Marks Glimpse and Transfer card on bottom of pushed out packet is glimpsed and transferred on top, key card
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 123) 613
Joseph K. Schmidt Diagonal Jog Push Through
Related to Card Fare 4
Paul LePaul The Fan Location without credit
The Magic of Francis Carlyle 31
Roger Smith Improved Fabulous Faro Finders card peeked at in IF condition, chosen card sticks out a bit after stripping the top half out
Inspired by
  • "Fabulous Faro Finders" (Roger Smith, Necromancer, Vol. 2 No. 2)
The Faro Sorcery Trilogy — Number 1 15
Jerry Andrus The "Clivot" Principle and Jog and Injog disadvantage of breaks and adavantages of jogs
Andrus Card Control 18
Jerry Andrus The Banded Injog injog with rubberband
Andrus Card Control 24
Jerry Andrus Back Jog Turnover top cards pivot with one hand, for reversing the cards
Variations Andrus Card Control 27
Unknown Ribbon Spread Hideout
Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 2) 31
Bruce Cervon Ribbon Spread Turnover Switch reversed card in center, switched as spread is turned over, using ribbon spread hide-out
Related to Card Secrets of Bruce Cervon 16
Jerry Andrus Clivot Principle Clamp Pivot Principle, pushing the card in and jogging it to the side, different variations, Diagonal Push In (DPI)
Variations Andrus Card Control 19
Jerry Andrus Push Thru Injog push in and injog techniques
Andrus Card Control 22
Jerry Andrus The Side Jog
Andrus Card Control 23
Jerry Andrus LF (little finger) Side Jog after insertion
Andrus Card Control 24
Jerry Andrus Drop Jog dropping one half on the other
Variations Andrus Card Control 61
Jerry Andrus Book Mark (or the Library Jog)
Andrus Card Control 61
Jerry Andrus Ribbon Jog while gathering cards again
Andrus Card Control 56
Edward Marlo Before the Pass to avoid anticipation of the sleight, casual handling
Marlo's Magazine Volume 2 59
Roger Smith Ultimate Outjog Systems "A Synthesis of Development"
intro
The Ultimate Card Book No. 1 7
Unknown Jogged Spread Hide-Out
Card Cavalcade Four 97
Edward Marlo Side-Jogged Ribbon Spread Change reversed card inserted and side-jogged, ribbon-spread hide-out as transformation
Good Turns 7
Dai Vernon Double Cut Break Handling double cutting with jog, then deck turned over and break retained
Related toAlso published here The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. Close-Up Folio #8) 1010
Roger Smith Rear Jogging Cards getting card to injogged position
  • Method #1 (inspired by Marlo)
  • Method #2
  • Method #3 (with overhand shuffle)
  • Notes on Methods
Inspired by The Ultimate Card Book No. 1 7
Martin A. Nash Table Spread
Any Second Now 179
Edward Marlo Marlo Jog Control injogging inserted card
7 Secrets 38
Edward Marlo Optional Center Card Transfer peek from incomplete faro position, selection transferred in lower half
  • Option 1 (controlling card without break)
  • Option 2 (controlling card with break)
  • Option 3 (corner crimp)
  • Option 4 (crimping different corner)
  • Option 5 (angle jogging card)
Related to Arch Triumphs 14
Bill Simon Simon Card Control
Also published here Loose Ends 48
Unknown Marking a Position in a Card Spread break to step, different pattern in the spread
Related to Eine Handvoll Kartenkunststücke 63
Edward Marlo One Hand Ace Cutting one handed cutting at four angle jogs, three methods
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 350
Unknown Impromptu Short Card
Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 2) 642
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 2 No. 4) 182
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Concealment
CardMagic 6
Harry Lorayne "Super" Ace Control Aces together in center, jog fan, riffle shuffle
Quantum Leaps 77
Harry Lorayne The Subtle Jog
Quantum Leaps 123
Bill Simon Taps card is tapped through deck, one-handed
CardMagic 52
Unknown Multiple Tap Through Control
CardMagic 68
Gary Ouellet Drop Control top half dropped at angle with jog, jog hidden with some beveling handling
Related toVariations Finger on the Card 6
Karrell Fox Setting a Jog when placing one half on the other
Another Book 84
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control for two selections
Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 31
Unknown Jog Toss tossing top half on lower half with jog
Exclusive Card Miracles 24
Frank Garcia Jog Spring apparently springing cards with injog
Exclusive Card Miracles 24
Unknown Injog Preparation
Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 7) 877
Unknown Quik Control method to backjog card above selection, sliding blocks
Related to The Chronicles (Issue 27) 1332
Walt Lees Automatic Jog Control Handling
Inspired by More Professional Card Tricks 22
Unknown Faro Fan
Cardworks 67
Karl Fulves Push Out simple ribbon spread hide-out application
Side Steal 8
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hideout
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 4 No. 11) 561
Juan Tamariz Control Perpendicular Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
Also published here Magia Potagia — Volume I 14
Unknown Hiding the Injog by beveling the deck
For Your Entertainment Pleasure 45
Unknown Injog Control angled card, cut on top
Close-Up Hallucinations 33
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control brief
For Your Entertainment Pleasure 44
Jon Racherbaumer Jog-Podge Control finessed, with fan
Card Finesse 125
Edward Marlo The Cincinnati Force gamble, side-jogged card with turnover of table spread
Card Finesse 96
Unknown Marking a Position in a Card Spread break to step, different pattern in the spread
Related to Card News '82 145
Alex Elmsley Fan Prediction Force Angle Jog Switch
The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 2 73
Unknown Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
Marlo without Tears 179
Paul Harris Perpendicular Ribbonspread Hide-Out
A Close-Up Kinda Guy 65
Unknown Ribbon Spread Hide-Out
The Mendoza Portfolio No. 1 29
Frank Simon Spread'em deck spread face up and selection not seen, deck flipped face-down and selection is face-up in middle
Versatile Card Magic 122
Edward Marlo Jog Turnover book break
Marlo without Tears 244
Ronald Lubowiecki Automatic Rear Jog
Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6 No. 3) 755
Edward Marlo Angle-Jogging Second-from-Bottom Card tabled riffle shuffle position
Marlo without Tears 36
Edward Marlo The Tabled Side-Steal deck dribbled to table
Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 175
Edward Marlo Marlo's Unbelievable Ribbon Spread Control plunger principle
Related toVariations Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 275
Unknown Faro Fan
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 6) 1232
Edward Marlo Ribbon Spread Turnover Switch reversed card in center, switched as spread is turned over, using ribbon spread hide-out, see also pages 317/318
Related to Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 316
Unknown Riffle Convincer card(s) injogged, open look
Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 67
Edward Marlo Delayed Side-Steal dribble action while card is side jogged
Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 175
Edward Marlo Spectator Does It All
Inspired by Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 277
Frederick Braue FB Thought-Card Force force card has injogged card below it, spectator thinks of one as deck is riffled through (1936)
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 7
Unknown Injogged Drop of top half
Best of Friends — Volume II 86
Unknown Injogged Spring springing top half onto selection
Best of Friends — Volume II 151
Unknown The Pushback retaining the break after a pass by establishing a jog
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 8
Unknown Another Push-Back Locator upper half slapped stepped on lower and it then slides in alignment except its bottom card
Also published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 8
Unknown Card Location
Also published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Unknown Another Location getting small jog and then break as top half is replaced
Related to The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Frederick Braue Braue Side Jog diagonal insertion
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 16
Frederick Braue Braue Injog injog after diagonal insertion, side dribble ("spill") convincer
Related toVariations The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 16
Frederick Braue Braue Fan Jog fan with a retained jogged card
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 17
Frederick Braue Injogging Bottom Cards
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 1
Frederick Braue Braue Injog and Sidespill side dribble ("spill") convincer with injogged card (1945/46)
Inspired by The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 18
Edward Marlo TPC Move getting card in perpendicular position, from break
Midnight Special 25
Frederick Braue The Ribbonspread cards spread on the table, card is selected, returned and eventually found, spread with jogged key card
Inspired by The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 7
Dr. James William Elliott Breaking at the Injog
The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 1 12
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out brief
Riffle Shuffle Methods 31
Unknown The Crocodile Technique injog technique when card is returned into in-the-hands spread for marking a position or starting a control
CardPerfect 17
Unknown An Injog Handling maintaining an injog while dribbling the whole deck
CardPerfect 17
Roberto Giobbi Fake Square Up
Fantasia in As-Dur 36
Unknown Tabled Jog deck with jogged card on table
Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Carney Uncovered) 7
Edward Marlo New Approach In-Jog Shuffles (Injog) avoiding large breaks, four methods
Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 123
Juan Tamariz Instant Method 4&4, using TPC and perpendicular spread hide-out
The Magic Way 168
Dai Vernon Hand-to-hand Spread Jog
The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 2 124
Edward Marlo Flexing the Deck while maintaining jog
Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 126
Unknown Dribble Jog
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 4,5&6) 26
Unknown Jog Toss tossing top half on lower half with jog
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 7&8 Arcane) 7
Unknown Ribbon Spread Hide-Out
Kaleidoscope 20
Dr. Jacob Daley The Hair's-Breadth Stall delaying a control
The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 3 39
Unknown Buckle Side Steal to side-jog the card
Quick Card Tricks 41
Edward Marlo Cincinnati Control deck immediately spread after peek, glimpse and control possible
So Soon? 8
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
Related toAlso published here Sonata 21
Juan Tamariz Concealing the card in PP by Bending it TPC
Sonata 37
Juan Tamariz Concealment in Left Hand Fan TPC
Sonata 36
Rafael Benatar Creating Injog in Center as top half is replaced
Sonata 125
Ken Krenzel Perpendicular Jog moving card in center into perpendicular position
Close-up Impact! 9
Roger Klause, S. W. Erdnase Diagonal Palm Shift described coming from automatic jog control
Roger Klause: In Concert 163
Alex Elmsley, John Bannon False False Shuffle faro fan
Smoke and Mirrors 27
Alex Elmsley Jog Fan brief
The Olram File (Issue 10) 14
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
28 Card Tricks 29
Unknown Dribble Injog
The Magic of Michael Ammar 208
Unknown Injog Insertion injogging a selection
The Olram File (Issue 9) 6
Unknown Dribble Jog
Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1 No. 3) 22
Alex Elmsley Taking a Break in a Spread when selection is returned
The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 93
Unknown Tabled Jog placing deck with jogged card on table
Carneycopia 11
Unknown Ribbon Spread with Side-Jogged Card retained during pick-up
Related to 28 Card Tricks 41
Jack Carpenter Setting the Jog for a partner to cut
Modus Operandi 155
Jean-Jacques Sanvert The Moving Multiple Jog tabled multiple Shift
Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 6) 2081
Bill Kalush Almost Immediately card taken from fan is known instantly, faro fan
Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16 No. 7) 2242
Bill Simon Taps Control slapping card through deck
By Forces Unseen 68
Ronald Lubowiecki Automatic Rear Jog tabled
Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16 No. 1) 2166
Ronald Lubowiecki Automatic Rear Jog real origin unknown, tabled deck
By Forces Unseen 4
Frederick Braue Spreading the Jog spreading cards with side jog
Related to By Forces Unseen 55
Alex Elmsley Angle Jog Switch as cards are fanned
The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 30
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Variations The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 2 341
Juan Tamariz TPC - Basic Move bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 2
Juan Tamariz Concealing the Card in PP By Bending It
The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Juan Tamariz Concealment in Left Hand Fan
The Tamariz Perpendicular Control 10
Paul LePaul Natural Jog Control top half tossed on bottom half
MO — Modus Operandi (Issue 5) 19
Karl Fulves Parallel Offset automatic rear jog claim
Crooked Tales 123
Unknown Automatic Rear Jog with hidden card, brief
Gene Maze And The Art Of Bottom Dealing 50
Unknown Dribbling with Angle Job to the table
Roger's Thesaurus 226
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hideout
Cardshark 46
J. W. Sarles One-Handed Injog card starts side-jogged
Underworld (Issue 1) 10
Unknown The Drop Control Injog top half dropped on bottom half
Natural Selections 14
David Acer The Running Control hindu shuffle, drop jog
Inspired byAlso published here Natural Selections 67
Paul Harris Perpendicular Ribbonspread Hide-Out
The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Close-up Kinda Guy) 113
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hide-Out
Miracles with Cards 42
Dai Vernon Angle Jog Ribbon Spread
Classic Sampler 62
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Alex Is At It Again 21
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hide-Out
Ingenuities 177
Unknown Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
Trephine 155
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
Simon Says! 48
Larry Jennings Overhand Shuffle Jog Technique
Related to Jennings '67 22
Jerry Andrus The Drop Jog
Effortless Card Magic 14
Paul LePaul Throw-Jog top half dropped onto lower half
Simon Says! 186
Unknown General Reflections on Injogged Cards
Card College — Volume 3 543
Roberto Giobbi Techniques with Breaks, Steps and Injogs intro
Card College — Volume 3 527
Paul LePaul The LePaul Automatic Jog-Control
Card College — Volume 3 538
Andrew Wimhurst The Fan Control fanning with four jogged cards
Related to Down Under Deals 7
Thomas Fraps Insider (sloppy) technique for injogging a selected card
The Book 122
Thomas Fraps Dribbled technique for dribbling a deck while maintaining an jog
The Book 124
Unknown The Crocodile Technique injog technique when card is returned into in-the-hands spread for marking a position or starting a control
Card College — Volume 3 531
Unknown The Drop Jog dropping upper half on lower half with jog
Related to Card College — Volume 3 540
Unknown The Diagonal Insertion and Fan
Card College — Volume 3 540
Unknown An Injog Handling maintaining an injog while dribbling the whole deck
Related to Card College — Volume 3 541
Dai Vernon, Roberto Giobbi Injog and Step after the Cut
Card College — Volume 3 542
Dai Vernon Ribbon Spread Location
Down Under Deals 16
Guy Hollingworth Riffle Convincer
Drawing Room Deceptions 134
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Classic Handlings 31
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hideout
Classic Handlings 25
Unknown Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
Arcardia 179
Paul LePaul, Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser The Drop Injog
Natural Selections — Volume II 140
Karl Fulves The Breakless Peek technical variation, side-jogged card acts as short card
Inspired by New Card Controls 103
Andrew Wimhurst The Wimhurst False Shuffle Strip Out Shuffle with Jogged Fan
Something Wicked 2
Dai Vernon Ribbon Spread Location brief
Jiggery Pokery 5
David Berglas Think of a Card from a fan, also with faro fan
The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 518
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hideout
Scams & Fantasies with Cards 164
Ron Bauer Ribbon Spread and Swing Cut with ribbon-spread hide-out
Fair & Sloppy 26
Unknown Jogged Springing after Faro
Scams & Fantasies with Cards 164
David Ben Dribble Side Jog retaining separation while dribbling
Tricks 42
Luis H. Trueba Control, Vistazo y Aparición card control and glimpsed while riffle shuffled on the table
Magia y Dramagia 122
Luis H. Trueba El Corte Escalera tabled cut to form a jog, two control four Aces in two positions of the deck
Magia y Dramagia 57
Edward Marlo, Wesley James The Marlo-James Multiple Shift
  • Jog-Through
  • Block Alignment
  • Strip-Out Cuts (Longitudinal Cut, Swivel, Swing)
Inspired by Enchantments 69
Allan Ackerman Backwards Alignment Move to get injog at break
How to Tame a Moose 24
Paul LePaul Natural Jog packet dropped on packet, brief
How to Tame a Moose 26
Unknown Side Dribble to maintain Jog
How to Tame a Moose 26
David "Fu Manchu" Bamberg A Card Control similar to Le Paul's Automatic Jog-Control
Related to The Magic of Ascanio — Studies of Card Magic 138
Edward Marlo Faro Jog setting up for Alex Elmsley's faro fan
Related to Secrets of an Escamoteur 161
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-out
Handcrafted Card Magic 30
Unknown Ribbonspread Hideout
Der Stoff aus dem die Wunder sind 23
Dai Vernon Vernon Side Jog left side diagonal insertion
Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks — Volume 1 49
Ken Krenzel The Tabled Perpendicular Control see also Juan Tamariz' work on his TPC
Related to Relaxed Impossibilities 33
Román García Aplicaciones de la Mezcla Lateral ideas and handling for the faro fan
  • La mezcla lateral
  • La extirpación
Nanomagias 133
Román García Agua y Aceite ideas the faro fan for Oil and Water
  • Evaporación y condensación (à la Carroll, one color vanishes and reappears)
  • Agitación
Inspired by Nanomagias 138
Román García Baraja invisible idea with the faro fan for ungaffed invisible deck
Nanomagias 140
Román García Brainwave idea with the faro fan
Related to Nanomagias 141
Román García Triunfo idea with the faro fan for Triumph
Nanomagias 144
Román García Todo Dorso idea with the faro fan for All Backs
Nanomagias 144
Steve Reynolds S. P. Hideout hiding cards à la ribbon-spread hide-out when spreading small packet on the table
  • First Technique
  • Second Technique
  • Multiple Concealments
Six Deep — Part One 4
Roberto Giobbi After the Break dribble procedure as delay
Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 31) 101
Tom Gagnon The Basic Concept on time misdirection and jogs
Cased Card Controls 1
Tom Gagnon Cased Card Controls inserting a card in a cased deck and setting a small jog
  • Counterclockwise Rotation
  • Clockwise Rotation
  • Variation A
  • Variation B
  • Variation C
  • Variation D
  • Tip (card clip)
Also published here Cased Card Controls 2
Tom Gagnon Cased Clivot Control jog work in card case
Inspired byAlso published here Cased Card Controls 21
Tom Gagnon Top Stock Control deck inserted in case after first jog shuffle
Also published here Cased Card Controls 24
Tom Gagnon Cased Multiple Shift deck cased between insertion of cards and the strip out cut
Inspired byAlso published here Cased Card Controls 25
Tom Gagnon Stainless Steal jogged card in center, deck cased and removed, card is left behind, without stripper deck
Also published here Cased Card Controls 34
Tom Gagnon Slap Control card inserted in deck, then deck put half-way into case and slapped in (injog plungers out)
Also published here Cased Card Controls 16
Tom Gagnon Gravity Control two cards inserted in deck, then deck put in case which is only held by its flap
Also published here Cased Card Controls 18
Tom Gagnon Cased Plunger Location deck cased in between selection and control with jog
Inspired byAlso published here Cased Card Controls 29
Tom Gagnon Fan Control card pushed into deck one-handed, automatic jog control with squared deck, incorporating temporarily putting deck in case and one-handed fan
  • Variation A
  • Variation B (for two cards)
Also published here Cased Card Controls 31
Unknown Insertion Jog
Avant-Cards 77
Jerry Andrus Clivot Control Principle angle-jogging technique during insertion
Cased Card Controls 1
Tom Gagnon Push Through Jogs card ends up injogged
Inspired byAlso published here Cased Card Controls 14
Tom Gagnon Single Card Control with one-handed fan that retains jog
Related toAlso published here Cased Card Controls 28
Eddie Fechter A Card Control same as LePaul's "An Automatic Jog-Control"
The F.F.F.F. Book 180
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out
The Cardjurer 57
Eric Evans The Broadside Dribble dribbling with perpendicular card
Related to 53 Friends 27
Eric Evans One-Handed Perpendicular getting a card in perpendicular position from break
53 Friends 27
Eddie Fechter A Card Location card pushed inside case
The F.F.F.F. Book 176
Darwin Ortiz Break to Jog Technique as deck is set on table
Lessons in Card Mastery 122
Edward Marlo, Joshua Jay Faro Ribbon Spread Hideout
Confident Deceptions 103
Tony Chang Precrastination spread version
Inspired by I Was Kidnapped 9
Lance Caffrey Breaks & Jogs break and jog techniques with the Hindu Shuffle
  • 1. Pinky Break
  • 2. Heel Break
  • 3. Gripping Hand Thumb Break
  • 4. Sidejog
  • 5. Injog
  • 6. Outjog
The Asian Hustle — Secrets of the Hindu Shuffle 53
Unknown Automatic Rear Jog tabled deck
CTRL 16
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hideout
A Fuego Lento — Volumen I 88
R. Paul Wilson The Consistent Control retaining side-jog during in-the-hands riffle shuffle
Card Men 57
Tomas Blomberg Tabled Oil & Water 4&4, three extra cards, one phase
Blomberg Laboratories 274
Pit Hartling, David Jade Ribbon Spread Hide-Out Transformation
Related to
  • "When They Were Kings" (David Jade, Genii, Sept. 2010)
In Order to Amaze 155
Unknown Ribbonspread Hideout
Notes de Causerie 34
Bill Simon, Will Houstoun, Alexander Hansford Control A Sidejogging a card during square up to obtain microbreak, sidejog finesse provided by Will Houstoun, cut card to the top of the deck
Inspired by Sprezzatura 13
Alexander Hansford Side Jog to Injog
Sprezzatura 19
Michel Gammenthaler, Roberto Giobbi The Fast Control
Standup Card Magic 59
Unknown Spread with Jog
In Order to Amaze 76
Michael Feldman Dangerous Bonus stripper deck face-up/face-down, cards pulled out and faro-fan made as display
A New Angle 148
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hideout with faroed deck
A New Angle 56
Dai Vernon, Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hide-Out with bottom card, credit information
Related to
  • Daley's Notebook, Items 26 and 80
The Doors of Deception 92
Ryan Plunkett Subtleties displays for a stripper deck in which every second card is secretly reversed
1. Spread Subtlety (in-the-hands spread with ribbon-spread hide-out)
2. Riffle Subtlety
A New Angle 73
Unknown Dribble Jog dribbling cards on top of deck with jog
A New Angle 27
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 104
Johnny Thompson Brainweave Force Deck faro fan
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 105
Paul Vigil, Unknown Forcing from a Bank
  • faro fan, one of twenty cards thought of
  • secret incomplete faro peek
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 2) 177
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Repertoire 65
Alex Elmsley Faro Fan
Solomon's Secrets 85
Dai Vernon Ribbon Spread Hideout credit information
Related to
  • Jacob Daley Notebooks
The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 2) 124
Dai Vernon