223 entries in Cards / Sleights / Jog Finesses
  
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S. W. Erdnase II. This is located by the jog for use after overhand shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 50
Unknown IV. This is located by the jog for use after riffle shuffle The Expert at the Card Table 51
Unknown A General Utility "Location" Related to Farelli's Card Magic - Part Two 66
Unknown The Fan Location: By Means of the Regular Fan Related to Greater Magic 27
Unknown The Push-Back Location setting injog when placing 2 halves together Greater Magic 36
Unknown The "Slap" Location drop injog when 2 packets are placed together Greater Magic 36
Sam Leo Horowitz The Fan selection is controlled via jog, with finesse by Horowitz Greater Magic 190
Jean Hugard Locations Related to More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 46
Walter B. Gibson Jog Control as top half is replaced More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 46
Frederick Braue The Delayed Location - I. On the Table spread with side-jog More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 47
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 Fan Control spectator inserts card in fan
a/. (Automatic Jog Control)
b/. Riffle Control
Related to More Card Manipulations (Issue 1) 49
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 "throught" the squared packRelated to Expert Card Technique 122
Unknown The Jog at the Break transforming a break into a jog, two methods 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 A Natural Jog-Control The Card Magic of Le Paul 93
Paul LePaul An Automatic Jog-Control Related to The Card Magic of Le Paul 101
Edward Marlo Delayed Spread Control spreading deck with jogged selections, as two card peek control Control Systems 87
Bill Simon Tapping the Cards through the deck, forming injog, with four acesRelated to Effective Card Magic 55
Bill Simon The Simon Card Control insertion from the sideVariations Effective Card Magic 93
Bill Simon Marking a Position in a Card Spread Related to Effective Card Magic 153
Bill Simon Airing the Deck Related to Effective Card Magic 56
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 centerVariations Side Steal 40
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hideout Inner Secrets of Card Magic 18
Dai Vernon Plunger Location Card above inserted card is jogged Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic 27
Edward Marlo For One Card card is inserted, but jog retained The Multiple Shift 8
Edward Marlo Marlo's All Around Square Up - The Movable Jog including some jog 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 Faro Ribbon Spread Hide-Out Faro Controlled Miracles 59
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
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 by Faro Controlled Miracles 54
Edward Marlo Tabled Faro Fan Set-Up using table faro or only even riffle shuffle to get into Faro Fan configurationRelated to Faro Controlled Miracles 59
Larry Jennings All Around Square Up jogs Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic 155
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
J. W. Sarles Jog Control card openly inserted from sideRelated to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2, No. 7) 99
Bill Simon, J. W. Sarles Jog Control Variation Related to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2, No. 9) 110
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 Hierophant (Issue 1) 10
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 Fingertip Stepping X Square Up, tabled riffle shuffle control Advanced Fingertip Control 47
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 Jog Fan handling for pressure fan with jog(s) Advanced Fingertip Control 56
Edward Marlo The Insertion Method: As a Multiple Control cards fanned with four jogged cards, overhand shuffleRelated to Advanced Fingertip Control 58
Cliff Green Multiple Control using injogged card as short card Dingle's Deceptions 1
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
Harry Lorayne Two Simple Controls obtaining a jog above a selection Rim Shots 127
William A. Morales The Dribble Control tabled, setting a jog Rim Shots 129
Karl Fulves Auto-Jog getting cards in jogged position during in-hands cut Notes From Underground 45
Karl Fulves Automatic Rear Jog Riffle Shuffle Technique - Preliminary Notes on Part Two 52
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
Edward Marlo Side-Jog Tabled Spread & Effect ribbon spread hide-out The Ten Hand Poker Stack 149
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
Paul LePaul The Fan Location without credit The Magic of Francis Carlyle 31
Edward Marlo Before the Pass to avoid anticipation of the sleight, casual handling Marlo's Magazine Volume 2 59
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-outRelated to Card Secrets of Bruce Cervon 16
Jerry Andrus The "Clivot" Principle and Jog and Injog disadvantage of breaks and adavantages of jogs Andrus Card Control 18
Jerry Andrus Clivot Principle Clamp Pivot Principle, pushing the card in and jogging it to the side, different variations, Diagonal Push In (DPI) 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 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 Andrus Card Control 27
Jerry Andrus Ribbon Jog while gathering cards again Andrus Card Control 56
Jerry Andrus Drop Jog dropping one half on the otherVariations Andrus Card Control 61
Jerry Andrus Book Mark (or the Library Jog) Andrus Card Control 61
Martin A. Nash Table Spread Any Second Now 179
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
Roger Smith Ultimate Outjog Systems "A Synthesis of Development"
intro
The Ultimate Card Book No. 1 7
Dai Vernon Double Cut Break Handling double cutting with jog, then deck turned over and break retainedRelated to 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
Edward Marlo Marlo Jog Control injoging 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
Unknown Marking a Position in a Card Spread break to step, different pattern in the spreadRelated to Eine Handvoll Kartenkunstst├╝cke 63
Edward Marlo One Hand Ace Cutting one handed cutting at 4 angle jogs, three methods Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 350
Harry Lorayne "Super" Ace Control aces together in center, jog fan, riffle shuffle Quantum Leaps 77
Harry Lorayne The Subtle Jog Quantum Leaps 123
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Concealment CardMagic 6
Bill Simon Taps card is tabbed through deck, one-handed CardMagic 52
Unknown Multiple Tap Through Control CardMagic 68
Unknown Impromptu Short Card Pabular (Vol. 5, No. 2) 642
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 The Chronicles (Issue 27) 1332
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
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 Hiding the Injog by beveling the deck For Your Entertainment Pleasure 45
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control brief For Your Entertainment Pleasure 44
Unknown Marking a Position in a Card Spread break to step, different pattern in the spreadRelated to Card News '82 145
Alex Elmsley Fan Prediction Force Angle Jog Switch The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 73
Ronald Lubowiecki Automatic Rear Jog Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6, No. 3) 755
Unknown Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out Marlo without Tears 179
Paul Harris Perpendicular Ribbonspread Hide-Out A Close-Up Kinda Guy 65
Edward Marlo Angle-Jogging Second-from-Bottom Card tabled riffle shuffle position Marlo without Tears 36
Edward Marlo Jog Turnover book break Marlo without Tears 244
Unknown Ribbon Spread Hide-Out The Mendoza Portfolio No. 1 29
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 The Tabled Side-Steal deck dribbled to table Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 175
Edward Marlo Marlo's Unbelievable Ribbon Spread Control plunger principleRelated toVariations Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 275
Edward Marlo Spectator Does It All Inspired by Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 277
Edward Marlo Ribbon Spread Turnover Switch reversed card in center, switched as spread is turned over, using ribbon spread hide-out, see also pages 317/318Related to Marlo's Magazine Volume 5 316
Unknown Injoged Drop of top half Best of Friends - Volume II 86
Unknown Injogged Spring springing top half onto selection Best of Friends - Volume II 151
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 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 cardAlso published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 8
Unknown Card Location Also published here The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Frederick Braue Braue Side Jog diagonal insertion 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
Unknown Another Location getting small jog and then break as top half is replacedRelated to The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Frederick Braue Braue Injog injog after diagonal insertion, side dribble ("spill") convincerRelated toVariations The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 3) 16
Frederick Braue Injogging Bottom Cards The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 1
Frederick Braue The Ribbonspread cards spread on the table, card is selected, returned and eventually found, spread with jogged key cardInspired by The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 7
Frederick Braue Braue Injog and Sidespill side dribble ("spill") convincer with injogged card (1945/46)Inspired by The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 5) 18
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 Tabled Jog deck with jogged card on table Lecture Notes Collection (Issue Carney Uncovered) 7
Dai Vernon Hand-to-hand Spread Jog The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 2 124
Edward Marlo New Approach In-Jog Shuffles (Injog) avoiding large breaks, four methods Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 123
Edward Marlo Flexing the Deck while maintaining jog Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 126
Edward Marlo A Marlo Control using step handling, with tapping on table Marlo's Magazine Volume 6 265
Juan Tamariz Instant Method 4&4, using TPC and perpendicular spread hide-out The Magic Way 168
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
Dr. Jacob Daley The Hair's-Breadth Stall delaying a control The Vernon Chronicles - Volume 3 39
Edward Marlo Cincinnati Control deck immediately spread after peek, glimpse and control possible So Soon? 8
Unknown Ribbon Spread Hide-Out Kaleidoscope 20
Unknown Buckle Side Steal to side-jog the card Quick Card Tricks 41
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular positionRelated to 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
Unknown Dribble Injog The Magic of Michael Ammar 208
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 Injog Insertion injogging a selection The Olram File (Issue 9) 6
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 Ribbon Spread with Side-Jogged Card retained during pick-upRelated to 28 Card Tricks 41
Unknown Dribble Jog Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1, No. 3) 22
Jean-Jaques Sanvert The Moving Multiple Jog tabled multiple Shift Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15, No. 6) 2081
Jack Carpenter Setting the Jog for a partner to cut Modus Operandi 155
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
Bill Simon Taps Control slapping card through deck By Forces Unseen 68
Frederick Braue Spreading the Jog spreading cards with side jogRelated to By Forces Unseen 55
Alex Elmsley Angle Jog Switch as cards are fanned The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley - Volume 2 30
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
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
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hideout Cardshark 46
Paul Harris Perpendicular Ribbonspread Hide-Out The Art of Astonishment - Book 3 (Issue Close-up Kinda Guy) 113
Dai Vernon Angle Jog Ribbon Spread Classic Sampler 62
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hide-Out Miracles with Cards 42
Larry Jennings Overhand Shuffle Jog Technique Jennings '67 22
Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hide-Out Ingenuities 177
Jerry Andrus The Drop Jog Effortless Card Magic 14
Andrew Wimhurst The Fan Control fanning with 4 jogged cardsRelated to Down Under Deals 7
Dai Vernon Ribbon Spread Location Down Under Deals 16
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 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 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 deckRelated to Card College - Volume 3 541
Paul LePaul The LePaul Automatic Jog-Control Card College - Volume 3 538
Dai Vernon, Roberto Giobbi Injog and Step after the Cut Card College - Volume 3 542
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
Guy Hollingworth Riffle Convincer Drawing Room Deceptions 134
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hideout Classic Handlings 25
Andrew Wimhurst The Wimhurst False Shuffle Strip Out Shuffle with Jogged Fan Something Wicked 2
Dai Vernon Ribbon Spread Location brief Jiggery Pokery 5
Charles Nyquist Ribbonspread Hideout Scams & Fantasies with Cards 164
Unknown Joged Springing after Faro Scams & Fantasies with Cards 164
Ron Bauer Ribbon Spread and Swing Cut with ribbon-spread hide-out Fair & Sloppy 26
David Ben Dribble Side Jog retaining separation while dribbling Tricks 42
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
Dai Vernon Vernon Side Jog left side diagonal insertion Bruce Cervon's Castle Notebooks - Volume 1 49
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-out Handcrafted Card Magic 30
Unknown Ribbonspread Hideout Der Stoff aus dem die Wunder sind 23
Roberto Giobbi After the Break dribble procedure as delay Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 31) 101
Eric Evans The Broadside Dribble dribbling with perpendicular cardRelated to 53 Friends 27
Eric Evans One-Handed Perpendicular getting a card in perpendicular position from break 53 Friends 27
Darwin Ortiz Break to Jog Technique as deck is set on table Lessons in Card Mastery 122
Charles Nyquist Ribbon-Spread Hide-Out The Cardjurer 57
Edward Marlo, Joshua Jay Faro Ribbon Spread Hideout Confident Deceptions 103
Tony Chang Precrastination spread versionInspired by I Was Kidnapped 9
R. Paul Wilson The Consistent Control retaining side-jog during in-the-hands riffle shuffle Card Men 57
Unknown Spread with Jog In Order to Amaze 76
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
Alex Hansford Side Jog to Injog Sprezzatura 19
Michel Gammenthaler, Roberto Giobbi The Fast Control Standup Card Magic 59
Bill Simon, Will Houstoun, Alex 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 deckInspired by Sprezzatura 13
Dai Vernon, Charles Nyquist Ribbon Spread Hide-Out with bottom card, credit informationRelated to
  • Daley's Notebook, Items 26 and 80
The Doors of Deception 92