357 entries in Cards / Sleights / Pop-out Productions / Two-Handed
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Joe Berg The Trained Card deck riffle and selection jumps out halfway
1930 56
Tom Sellers Revolvo
1931 15
Spring Revelation cards sprung from hand to hand, selection flies out
1933 4
The Blown Card card is apparently blown out of deck, stripper deck
1937 266
Air-Pressure Turnover Top card flips over as deck is dropped from hand to hand
1937 17
Joe Berg A Surprise Discovery selected card is replaced reversed, performer tosses deck into other hand in two halves, selection remains in throwing hand, friction pass with cards
Variations 1937 2
Joseph Cottone The Jumping Joker selection flys out of deck
1941 43
Eddie Joseph The Renegade deck tossed from hand to hand, selection jumps back into throwing hand on its own
1942 57
Joe Berg Flip-Up Card half card is used to shoot (half) card out of deck or halfway out of pack like a pop-out
Related to 1945/27 122
Pop Up top half flies to table, selection appears
Variations 1946
Early Marlo (Issue Marlo's Discoveries)
50
Card from Fan card pops out of fan
1946
Early Marlo (Issue Marlo's Discoveries)
51
Jump Cut self-cutting deck
1946
Early Marlo (Issue Marlo's Discoveries)
56
Jean Hugard A brillant finish to any ace trick double friction toss
Variations Jan. 1946 187
J. B. Bobo The Revolution double friction toss
Inspired by May 1946
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 3 No. 12)
221
Edward Marlo Ace Opener using incomplete faro condition, but with even riffle shuffle, Aces drop out from the bottom face up at once
Related toAlso published here 1947 30
Paul LePaul The Gymnastic Aces Aces leap one at a time out of the deck when shaking incompletely shuffled deck
Related toVariations 1949 207
Bruce Elliott Fillip! card production, looks like a precursor of Jerry K. Hartman's Popover Move
Related toVariationsAlso published here Oct. 1949
The Phoenix (Issue 188)
751
John Hamilton Cant angly
Dec. 1949
The Phoenix (Issue 191)
765
The Slap Trick uncredited LePaul production
Related to 1952 52
Bruce Elliott A Lesson in Magic selection is produced with variation of Leipzigs twirl Cut
Also published here Mar. 1953
The Phoenix (Issue 277)
1106
Mary Kinson, Lewis Ganson Fan See Card double-fan, outer layer ripped off except selection
VariationsAlso published here 1954 220
Tony Kardyro "The T. K's Pivot" and the Selected Card Removal Flourish fan in hand, named card is pushed and jogged to the left, fan closed and card ends up out-jogged
1955 19
Bruce Elliott A Lesson in Magic selection is produced with variation of Leipzigs twirl Cut
Also published here 1956 125
Bruce Elliott Fillip card production, looks like a precursor of Jerry K. Hartman's Popover Move
Also published here 1956 140
Jerry Andrus Fan Flip Over
1956 101
Jerry Andrus Surprise Turn Over top card flips over on card held in right hand
1956 102
Jerry Andrus A Flourish Discovery incomplete faro shuffled deck with one half perpendicular, near table, cards from one half pivot down one by one until only selection is sticking out
1956 118
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery during in-the-hands cut the bottom card of the top half flips face up onto the table, dated 1949
Also published here Sep. 1962
Ibidem (Issue 26)
9
Neal Elias Another Cutting Discovery originally bottom card pops out face up in middle of deck, dated 1950
Related toVariationsAlso published here Sep. 1962
Ibidem (Issue 26)
9
Jack Avis Spin Cut Production
1967 178
Jump-Out Production packet snapped with right hand and cards jump out
1967 241
Peter Kane Single Shot card shoots out of incomplete faro deck, card gun
Related toVariations 1967 12
Piet Forton Piet Forton's Visible Ace Popper Move Inspired by Jack Avis and Eddie Taytelbaum
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here 1967 12
Piet Forton Piet Fortons As-Erscheinen Pop-Out Move
Also published here 1968 11
Roger Smith The FFF Card Production card shows up face up during FFF
1970 8
Harry Lorayne Trampoline, The Second in-the-hands version
Inspired by 1971 262
Persi Diaconis Die Kartenpistole card shoots out of incomplete faro deck, card gun
Related toAlso published here
  • in "Zauberkunst" 1970, Nr.2.
1971
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 32 No. 4)
61
Rolf Andra Die Spring-Asse using riffle shuffle, Aces drop out from the bottom face up at once
Also published here 1971
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 32 No. 4)
63
Tom Batchelor Revolving Revelation
  • Phase 1: reversed card pivots out between two halves
  • Phase 2: à la Cervon's Pivot Revelation
Related to 1971 33
Tom Batchelor Stand-Up Pivot Revelation similar to Cervon's Pivot Revelation without table
Related to 1971 35
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Basic Technique: instant appearance of face-up card protruding from deck
  • Variant (p. 3): card appears in predetermined position in deck
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1972 2
Jerry K. Hartman Over and Out simple production of selection with Popover
Also published here 1972 3
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery brief
Also published here 1972 41
Center Spin Cut
Also published here 1972 41
Neal Elias Another Cutting Discovery
Also published here 1972 41
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Version of Hugard's Riffle Spring Card Discovery No. 220, cards spring in other hand and top card changes (palmed off secretly)
Inspired by
  • Jean Hugard's Riffle Spring Card Discovery
1972 54
Paul Rosini Rosini Aeroplane Aces No. 368, Aces leap one at a time out of the deck when shaking incompletely shuffled deck, same as Gymnastic Aces
Related to 1972 102
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Knockout
Also published here 1973 175
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Knockout
Also published here 1973 20
Harry Lorayne Goin' Fishin' pop-out production using HaLo Cut
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1975 40
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery
1975 74
Richard Kaufman, Jerry K. Hartman Two-Card Popover Production
1975 87
Piet Forton Ace Popper pop-out move
Mar. 1975
Epilogue (Issue 23)
219
Karl Fulves Banded Halves Pop-Out
Related to 1975 180
Peter Kane, Ken Krenzel, Francis Carlyle The Gun card shoots out of incomplete faro deck, card gun, presentation and patter
Inspired by 1975 5
Jumping Joker No. 61, Joker (with missing corner) jumps out when riffled, next to selection
1976 92
T. G. Murphy The Triple Cut three sections of the deck spin and flip through the air and a selection flies out
  • The Flying Card
  • Experimental Notes for the Expert (The Double Flying Card, The Multiple Flying Card, The Flying Card Variations, Experimental Variations)
  • Author's Own Use for the Triple Cut
Related toVariations 1976 6
Piet Forton Pop Out Move
Feb. 1977
Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 6)
367
Jean Faré Card Production card appears sticking out of one half
Variations 1977 16
Ken Krenzel, Joe Fisher The Eerie Spin-Out plus variation by Harry Lorayne, see references for credits
Related toVariations 1978 140
Harry Lorayne, Karrell Fox Foxy Flip Variation
Dec. 1978
Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 12)
134
Christian Scherer Die Purzelbaumkarte one card to flip over half the deck, selection is revealed
Related to 1978 66
Piet Forton Forton Pop-Out
1978 4
Steve Beam Flipover as a production, apparently from the middle, using a swing cut
Inspired by 1978 24
Harry Lorayne Snap Out! shoots out during cutting type action
1979 87
Harry Lorayne Snap Out! #2 shoots out during cutting type action
1979 90
Harry Lorayne The Flip Over
1979 127
J. B. Bobo Pop-Over Card "Retrospective"
Also published here 1979
The Chronicles (Issue 23)
1293
Piet Forton Mein As-Erscheinen Pop-Out Move
Also published here 1979
Das Mike Skinner / Piet Forton Seminarheft (Issue Das Piet Forton Seminar)
16
Piet Forton Mein neuer Pop-Out-Move without previously reversing cards, identical to the "Ravelli Pop-Out", propably Forton's, see also "Magische Welt"
Related toAlso published here 1979
Das Mike Skinner / Piet Forton Seminarheft (Issue Das Piet Forton Seminar)
18
Marshall Pope Pop Up perpendicular between two halves, without table
VariationsAlso published here 1979 22
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
1980 84
Lance Rogers Snap-In Revelation during swing cuts
June 1980
Apocalypse (Vol. 3 No. 6)
358
Frank Garcia Ubiquitous Aces aces found by fake riffle cull, aces vanish one by one on deck, produced again
1980 41
Gordon Bruce Split Second splitting move
Aug. 1980
Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 8)
890
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery uncredited
1980 21
Steve Beam Beam's Choice production of four of a kind, pivot out of the deck
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 1980 63
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Move
1981 27
Karl Fulves Card Popper "Two Tricks"
Inspired by 1981
The Chronicles (Issue 30)
1362
Simon Whitby Revolver ace cutting sequence, in the hands, half always turned over and back
June 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 2)
23
David Austin Spin Out from center, tabled
Inspired by Oct. 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 6)
95
Marc Russell Flash production of a royal flush, with Hofzinser Two Card Catch
Dec. 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 8)
145
Piet Forton Pop-Out Production
1981 46
Piet Forton, Walt Lees, David Carré Forceps Production pop-out move
Related to 1981 13
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move without previously reversing cards
Also published here 1981
The Talon (Issue 7)
100
Steve Beam Pop Up a card pivots out between both halves
VariationsAlso published here 1981 13
Eddie Fechter Slide Production - The Basic Production
1982 74
Piet Forton, Dave Walker Sure-Shot Pop-Out Move
1982 50
J. Gordon O'Genski "Wind Tunnel" card flys out of the deck in IF Condition
Variations May 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 5)
627
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
1982 526
Jerry K. Hartman, Frank Garcia Popover Variation
Related to 1982 33
Tommy Wonder Center Control Production similar to Cervon's Pivot Production without table
Also published here Jan. 1982
Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 1)
980
Piet Forton, Phillip Young Pop Out Move only with Aces
1982 28
Martin A. Nash, Christian Scherer Flip Switch as a production of two cards
Related to 1982 8
Christian Scherer Purzelbaumgriff half the deck is flipped over with a card that is bowed
1982 17
Christian Scherer Ich mache das so card production, deck is throw in other hand
1982 123
Terri Rogers Bottoms Up!! Forton's Pop Up Move variation, card turns face up in process
Also published here 1982
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. Special #1 (Summer))
48
Meir Yedid Center Snap card pops out from middle of the deck
1982 66
Bob Huebert Revelation Station card produced between 2 one-handed fans
Oct. 1983
Apocalypse (Vol. 6 No. 10)
837
Stephen Tucker AZE selection or Ace appears face up on the deck while deck is rotated
Apr. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 24)
456
Reinhard Müller Pop Up Again from center vertical
Inspired by 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. Special #3)
18
David Britland Flipover Cut cutting sequence in which an Ace appears face-up on the deck, last Ace first wrong and then changes
Also published here 1983
Cardopolis (Issue 1)
6
Piet Forton Forton/Ravelli Pop-Out
1983 55
Piet Forton Double Ace Production variation of part of previous routine
1983 57
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move "correct handling"
1983 76
Piet Forton The Ultimate Pop-out Move see also p. 57
1983 78
Ken De Courcy, Dropped Aces Drop deck, Ace turns face up. Do it four times, basically air-pressure turnover
1983 11
Michael Ammar, Adam Fleischer, Paul Harris, Daryl Martinez Happy Card card jumps from deck, while deck is split in the hands
1983 57
Father Cyprian Watch Your Aces as packets are waved over the table, Aces appear on table, Ace production
Inspired byRelated to 1983 12
Father Cyprian Watch Your Aces II Aces pop out of the deck, trapped between packets
Inspired byRelated to 1983 13
Father Cyprian Switchblade Aces Aces appear sticking out of packet as packets are waved around
Inspired by 1983 14
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
1984 59
Gordon Bruce, Jerry Sadowitz Bottop Production card appears visually between sandwich cards
1984 2
Roberto Giobbi, Martin A. Nash Three Card Production
Related to July 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 7)
1249
Bob Haines Where the Hell Did that Come From? card appears face up on half, while quickly covered by fanned cards
1984 24
Piet Forton Pop-Out-Move some finer points and two outlines of routines, one based on a Father Cyprian idea and the other Daryl's In the Pinch
Related to 1984 5
Piet Forton Pop-Out Production brief
1984 72
Jerry Sadowitz Boom! three cards produced simultaneously, in-the-hands
Variations 1984 20
Jerry Sadowitz Open Production flourish card in which card is suddenly projected
Inspired by 1984 31
Joe Berg, Richard Kaufman Miniature Card Pop-Out
1985 44
Harry Lorayne Goin' Fishin' pop-out production using HaLo Cut
1985 214
Walt Maddison Eenie Meenie, Mienie, Mo
1985 347
Gordon Bruce Split Second Production flourish in which a card appears while apparently a single card is dealt
Related to 1985 34
Piet Forton Pop Out Production
1985 5
David Britland Flipover Cut Production
Also published here Nov. 1985 17
Nate Leipzig Spin Pass Produce one card after spinning packet out of middle of deck
1986 8
Ben Harris Super Snap Out card snaps out into left hand from Kelly Bottom Placement
Inspired by 1986 9
Ben Harris The Twin Inspiration Move
Also published here 1986 61
David Regal Double Card Pop-Out for double
Also published here 1987 95
Piet Forton Pop-Out-Move
1987 164
Carmen D'Amico The D'Amico Discovery
1987 19
Spin Cut Flourish dragged out by left thumb after spin cut
1987 20
Flip Over Production
1987 53
Card Production card pops out between two halves
Related to 1987 60
Piet Forton Pop Out Move
1987 118
Fan Pop Over card pops over from left-hand half onto fan in right hand, Eddie Fechter?
1987 120
Gordon Bruce Swing Cut Pop-Out card pops out during swing cut, with double
Nov. 1987
Opus (Vol. 1 No. 3)
14
Michael Skinner, Eddie Fechter Spring Card Revelation pop over on Fan
1988 91
Neal Elias Cutting Discovery
1988 92
Eddie Fechter Hindu Revelation thumb flips card out of deck
1988 96
Selfcutting Deck half the deck shoots in other hand, cuts at selection
1988 139
Bill Simon, José Carroll Swivel Cut Production
1988 141
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
1988 148
Michael Ammar Pop-Out Production with Double Card
Related toVariations 1988
Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 4, 5 & 6)
27
Dave Ossip Airborn Aces Aces cut in deck one at a time, then reproduced in flashy way
Related to 1988
The Chronicles (Issue 32)
1375
David Britland Angel Aces four Aces leap out of deck one by one, elastic thread loop
Variations 1988 28
Ben Harris Super-Flip top card turns over at end of dribble, onto table or other hand
Also published here
  • "Super-Flip" (Ben Harris, New Directions)
1988 62
Thomas Hierling Move Out Aces Aces pivot out of deck
Related to 1988 34
Bruce Elliott A Lesson in Magic card is produced with variation of Leipzigs twirl Cut
Also published here 1988 68
Gordon Bruce Split Second Deal flourish in which a card appears while apparently a single card is dealt
1989 49
John Benzais Benzais Cut brief
1989 53
Jack Birnman Push-In Revelation card moves out at back
1989 14
Richard Bartram, Jr. Hop Card card spins out of the center, actually bottom card, Kelly Bottom Placement kick-start action, see p. 541 for ideas by Scott Robinson
Also published here 1989 493
Nate Leipzig Leipzig Spin-Cut Revelation
1990 38
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Flourish
1990 43
Ken Krenzel Cardapult card shoots out of in-the-hands spread
1990 114
Richard Kaufman, Michael Powers Swivelleroo Plus Variation flourish cut to produce a card, preparing a double turnover ("Long Distance Double")
Also published here 1990 41
John Carey Kelly Up card appears on top of the deck out-jogged, similar to Hartman's Popover
  • On The Table
  • In The Hands
Related toVariations Sep. 1990
Technomagic (Issue 3)
21
Michael Ammar Pop-Out Production with Double Card
1991 209
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Move
1991 264
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Flourish
1991 78
Self-Cutting Deck
1991 55
Karl Fulves Rip-Apart Production faro shuffled cards ripped apart, selection remains outjogged from one half
1991 58
Michael Ammar Pop-Out Production with Double Card
Aug./Sep. 1991
Avantgarde Magic (Vol. 1 No. 3)
23
Paul LePaul Riffle Pop-Out
1991 155
Gordon Bruce Swing Cut Pop-Out card pops out during swing cut, with double
1991
Opus (Vol. 3 No. Opus Selection)
4
Jerry K. Hartman Popover instant appearance of face-up card protruding from deck
Also published here 1991 140
Jerry K. Hartman Over and Out simple production of selection with Popover
Also published here 1991 141
Jerry K. Hartman Vertical Popver Popover variation
1991 142
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery
Also published here 1991 147
Bruce Elliott Center Spin Cut
Also published here 1991 148
Neal Elias Another Cutting Discovery
1991 149
Dan Strange The Dancing Jokers before beginning a trick, the two Jokers pivot their way out of the deck in a mechanical-looking manner, brief mention of using thread to effect a third card being produced as in a Haunted Deck
Inspired by 1991 12
Marshall Pope Pop Up card pivots perpendicularly out of outer end of deck
Also published here 1991 12
Jules D'Hotel Dhotel card production card pivots perpendicularly out of inner end of deck
1991 13
Jon Racherbaumer Leftover Popover Hangovers on the "flourish disclosure", credit information on pop-out productions
May 1991
Swipe (Issue 2)
4
Troy Hooser Forton Pop-Out Move Variation deck in dealing position
1991
Magic Man Examiner (Vol. 1 No. 3)
8
Jack Carpenter The J. C. Pop-Out
Related to 1992 3
Mark Phillips Card Revelation pop-out production of cards between both hands
Inspired by Nov. 1992
Magic (Vol. 2 No. 3)
49
Carmen D'Amico D'Amico Production
1993 108
Edward Marlo Muriel's Choice selection is blown out of deck
1993
The Olram File (Issue 15)
1
Richard Bartram, Jr. Hop Card card spins out of the center, actually bottom card
Also published here 1993 44
Piet Forton 8.- Pop-Out de Piet Forton
1993 310
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) 9.- Pop-Out Sin Carta Vuelta reversing card during pop-out
1993 311
Various Collection various productions
Aug. 1994
Apocalypse (Vol. 17 No. 8)
2393
Harry Lorayne Instant Face-Up Catch
Oct. 1994
Apocalypse (Vol. 17 No. 10)
2413
Eddie Taytelbaum Pop-Over Production
1995 115
Jerry K. Hartman Hindu Hop packet is popped face up in middle of deck during series of Hindu shuffles (face card is the production), can be used as a stop force
  • handling so only a single card is produced face up (p. 64)
Inspired by 1995 62
Neal Elias Elias pop-out production card pops out face up in middle of deck
Related toAlso published here 1995 111
Neal Elias Elias card production card flops face up out of deck, see also Card Craft reference on p. 111
Also published here 1995 112
Carlos Vaquera The Lateral Palm Catch
1995 ca. 15
Jerry K. Hartman, Roberto Giobbi The Popover Move
1996 268
Tommy Wonder Center Control Production similar to Cervon's Pivot Revelation without table
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 1996 79
A Cutting Discovery
1996
The Art of Astonishment — Book 2 (Issue Close-up Fantasies 1 & 2)
192
Joel Givens New Way Pop selection appears reversed when deck is riffle shuffled in the hands
Inspired byAlso published here 1996 1152
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Ron Wohl Popout
1996 113
Steve Beam, Mike Beam Beam's Choice production of four of a kind, pivot out of the deck
  • The Optional Fifth Revelation
Also published here 1996 13
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), Udo Wächter The Ravelli Pop-Out
Also published here 1996 166
Ben Harris SFUC - Super Flip Utility Concept
1996 179
Piet Forton Forton Pop-Out
1997 180
Peter Kane The Card Gun
1998 695
Mike Masevic Fingertip Pop-out Move
Also published here 1998 31
Mary Kinson, Lewis Ganson Die Fächerkarte double-fan, outer layer ripped off except selection
Also published here 1998
Intermagic (Vol. 22 No. 2)
77
Carlos Vaquera The Lateral Palm Catch
1998 ca. 12
James Swain Benzais Cut with two Cards
Related to 1999 123
Jerry K. Hartman Pop Out Production
1999 9
Piet Forton Piet Forton Production Swivel top card, flip face up and trap between two packets
Related to 1999 38
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), Piet Forton Ravelli Pop-out
1999 39
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Move
1999 40
Doug Conn The Double Play Production also with double
Related toVariations 1999 167
David Stone Rocket Card card shoots out during in-the-hands riffle shuffle
Also published here 1999 39
John Guastaferro The Ballet Cut fancy false cut,
applications (p. 10):
  • false cut
  • card production (two variations)
  • force
  • transformation (see entry on p. 10)
  • Center Deal demo (p. 11)
1999
Labyrinth (Issue 11)
7
Card production card is pivoted to top from middle of deck
1999
Labyrinth (Issue 11)
11
Ben Harris Super-Flip to visually produce the four Fours face up on top at the end of a dribble
1999
Labyrinth (Issue 12)
42
Mike Masevic Fingertip Pop-out Move
Also published here Jan. 1999
Onyx (Issue 6)
2
Chad Long Convincing Cut one-hand cut à la beginning of Charlier cut, then reaching in to pull out an Ace, reverse tilt
Inspired by 1999 155
Mary Kinson, Lewis Ganson Fan See Card double-fan, outer layer ripped off except selection
Also published here 1999 38
Michael Sibbernsen Snap appearance of face-up card protruding from deck
Inspired by 1999 15
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) The Ravelli Pop-out
Related to 2000 1024
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli), Udo Wächter The Ravelli Pop-Out
Also published here 2000 171
Ben Harris SFUC Super Flip Utility Concept
2000 186
Piet Forton Popper Move with credit information
2000 95
Paul LePaul Missing-Corner Pop Out deck riffled and card pops out
2000 16
Don England A Get-ready for Piet Forton's Pop-Out Move
2001 43
Flip Over Production top card pivots over outer top half
2001 3
Nate Leipzig Spin Cut Production Credits given
2001 228
Jerry K. Hartman Popover
2001 33
Harry Lorayne Swivel, Kick, Push-Up triple-cut revelation of selection, left thumb drags out selection
2001 35
Two-Card Toss
2001 99
Harry Lorayne Goin' Fishin' pop-out production using HaLo Cut
2001 147
Harry Lorayne Center-"Feel'd" Catch also with double card for two-card revelation routine
Related to 2001 355
Harry Lorayne Quick Mate cut production, showing that card is not on top or bottom before
  • HaLo Thumb Drag
Also published here 2001 455
Neal Elias The Pop-Out Card
Inspired byRelated toAlso published here 2001 46
Neal Elias A Rising Card (Of Sorts) card pops out of in-the-hands spread held by both hands
2001 48
Neal Elias A Tossed Reverse deck tossed from hand to hand one half at the time, selection remains in other hand face-up
Inspired by 2001 66
David Stone Rocket card card shoots out during in-the-hands riffle shuffle
Also published here 2001 8
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Two-card production top two cards produced at once, starts with strike second deal
Related toVariations 2001 25
Steve Beam The Ripper two cards are lost and found using incomplete faro fan and Mary Kinson's "Fan-See Card"
Inspired byAlso published here 2001 14
Ben Harris Twin Inspiration Move brief
Also published here Aug. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 3)
2
Steve Forte Spring Street Aces Revelation springing deck and stopping at specific card
2001 1
Dan Buck, Dave Buck The Second Deal Production apparent Second Deal demonstrations results in all four Aces popping up at once in T formation
Inspired by 2001 22
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Molecule 2 three packets, starting with Z cut
  • As a Cut
  • As a Production
  • As a four card production
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Four Ace Revelation" (Dan Fleshman, Encounters of the Close-up Kind)
VariationsAlso published here
2001 24
Piet Forton Another Forton Pop-Out
2002 229
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Ravelli Pop-Out Move
2002 213
Flip Over Production top card pivots over outer top half
Jan./Feb. 2002
Mr. Gadfly (Vol. 2 No. 1)
18
Euan Bingham Ally Oop
2003 21
Jack Carpenter The Spider Cut in-the-hands false triple cut, also as transfer cut, control or production
Mar./Apr. 2003
The Penumbra (Issue 6)
15
Robin Robertson Highly Visible similar to Hartman's Popover
Related toAlso published here
  • "Handle With Care" (1964)
2003 103
Eddie Taytelbaum Taytelbaum Production Move bottom half slapped on top half in hindu shuffle position, one card appears outjogged between halves
2003 107
Edward Marlo, Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Reverse Double Undercut as Production
Inspired by 2003 138
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Molecule 2 three packets, starting with Z cut, also as a production of one card, or two cards
Related toAlso published here Oct. 2003
Genii (Vol. 66 No. 10)
64
Gábor G. Szabó Queens' Turn four of a kind production, one reversed on top and three as a fan in center
2003 7
Ashford Kneitel Dribble Production card appears face up out-jogged during in-the-hands dribble
Also published here Mar. 2003
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 7)
68
David Acer, Richard Sanders Splittant
2004 36
Justin Hanes, Michael Ammar Pop-Out Production with Double Card
Inspired by 2004 11
Peter Kane Single Shot from incomplete faro
2004 123
Steve Beam From the Belly of the Beast producing selection with "There It Is!" mechanics
Inspired by 2004 171
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Endfield Slip-cut Revelation two cards at once, one face-up on top, one sticks out from center
2004 51
Paul Cummins Cummins Cut ends with out-jogged block
2004 12
Justin Hanes The Original Pop Secret from hindu shuffle position
Variations 2005 10
Piet Forton Der Drop-Out-Move face-up production of cards while doing a hindu shuffle
2005 13
Piet Forton Drop-Out-Move Double double lay down, variation on the drop out move
2005 14
Jerry K. Hartman Popover Move
2005
Charlatan (Issue 9)
112
Sveroni Notlösung flashy production of selection, card apparently shot from center of the deck into other hand
Related to 2006 36
Scott Robinson Slip Pop Production card appears face-up on the deck, after dribble
2006 61
Brandon Burton Spring Revolution duck change at the end of springing, for credit information see Antinomy references
Related to Aug. 2006
Antinomy (Vol. 2 No. 3)
20
Brian Vanderkolk Turn-Style Change card change or production on the face of the deck, partial side steal with wrist turn
Aug. 2006
Antinomy (Vol. 2 No. 3)
36
Ben Harris Super-Flip top card reverses during dribble
2007 29
Randy Wakeman The Warmth Of Your Touch HaLo Cut production sequence
Also published here 2007 424
Joel Givens New Way Pop selection appears reversed when deck is riffle shuffled in the hands
Also published here 2007 236
Popout Move hindu shuffle position, top card flipped over into center
2008 16
Harry Lorayne Goin' Fishin' pop-out production using HaLo Cut
Also published here May 2008
Genii (Vol. 71 No. 5)
20
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery Misspelled as Neil Elias
2009 63
Doug Conn Double Play pop-out for double card
2010 100
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Ravelli Pop-Out
2010 101
John Guastaferro More on the Ballet Cut 1. Flourish
2. False Cut
3. Force an odd-backed card
4. Flashy Production
5. Double Production
2010 107
Jack Carpenter More on the Ballet Cut - 6. Pop-out
2010 108
Roberto Giobbi Another Card Production
2010
Secret Agenda (Issue May 3)
134
Sungwon Kim Leaf Boat visual card production, deck held in a two handed S-fan, selection moves under the spread from bottom to top and ends up sticking out of the fan
Also published here 2010 2
Neal Elias The Pop-Out Card
Also published here 2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
485
Neal Elias Cutting Discovery brief
2011 70
Doug Otto Otto-Matic Revelation two card pop-out
2011 106
John Bannon The "Fallout" Move in-the-hand slip cut in which top card drops on table, as production move
Also published here 2011 83
Jerry Andrus Fan Flip Over
2012 75
Neal Elias A Cutting Discovery
2012 76
Neal Elias The Flip Over Reverse "Cutting Discovery"
2012
Prolix (Issue 10)
658
Hubert Lambert Swivelroo Swivelleroo
2013 42
John Bannon The "Fallout" Move in-the-hand slip cut in which top card drops on table, as production move
Also published here 2013 167
Daniel Madison Shotgun Card pops and flies out of a card spring
Inspired by 2014 13
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
2014 139
Steve Beam El Desgarrador two cards are lost and found using incomplete faro fan and Mary Kinson's "Fan-See Card"
Inspired byAlso published here 2014 10
Kiko Pastur, John Cornelius La Falsa Tortuga using John Cornelius' Spring Set move from center
2014 77
Steve Mayhew Pop-Out Move with a swing cut, card ends up face up between halves
2014 178
Harry Lorayne Ten-Count Cut
2015 100
Steve Beam Beam's Choice Production
2016 216
Roberto Giobbi Pretty Production
2016
Hidden Agenda (Issue May 13)
137
Jack Parker Flip Toss variant of Hofzinser Two-Card-Toss
Sep. 2016
Genii (Vol. 79 No. 9)
57
Hubert Lambert Swivelroo
2017 28
Ben Harris Super-Flip
2017 40
Steve Forte Spring St. Aces Production stopping at an Ace during springing flourish
2017 43
Harry Lorayne, Michael Vincent Goin' Fishin' - With Friends four-of-a-kind to selection found with Goin' Fishin' production
Inspired by 2017 88
Steve Beam The Ripper two cards are lost and found using Mary Kinson's "Fan-See Card"
Inspired byAlso published here 2017 33
Piet Forton Pop-Out Move
2018 54
Jack Avis Spin-Cut Flourish dragged out by left thumb after swing cut
Also published here
  • Pentagram, Oct. 1953
2018 78
Jerry K. Hartman Pop-Out Production Ovette style
2018 158
Sungwon Kim Stream Move visual card production, deck held in a two handed S-fan, selection moves under the spread from bottom to top and ends up sticking out of the fan
Also published here 2018 12
Daniel Garcia Puff spectator blows card out during dribble, invisible thread loop
Also published here 2018 22
Wolfgang Moser Bullets Flying during an overhand shuffle, Aces shoot out of the deck
Also published here 2018 35
Joe Rindfleisch Snap Aces production of a card, sticking out of packet using the Ovette Master Move
2018 126
Harry Lorayne Quick Mate cut production, showing that card is not on top or bottom before
  • HaLo Thumb Drag/Thumb Push-up
Also published here 2018 44
Scott Robinson Sliding Scale production of jogged face-up card in deck as vertical spread is squared, multiple ideas/applications:
  • Original Handling (p. 86)
    • Two-Card Production (p. 88)
    • Three-Card Production (p. 88)
  • Modern Handling (p. 89, using Nuzzo move, see reference), also see slight variant on p. 100
    • Four-Card Production (p. 90)
also see application in “Just One Move” (p. 91)
Related to
  • "Palm Reverse" (Jimmy Nuzzo, Art and Ardor at the Card Table, 2003, p. 45) and in The New Tops
2018 86
Scott Robinson Sliding Scale – Modern Handling variant slight variant of “Modern Handling” (p. 89)
2018 100
J. B. Bobo Pop-Over Card