210 entries in Cards / Sleights / Shuffles (non-riffle) / Overhand / False / Partial
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Of cards, with good cautions how to avoid cousenage therein: speciall rules to conveie and handle the cards, and the maner and order how to accomplish all difficult and strange things wrought with cards injog or outjog shuffle to preserve stock, first or fourth finger controls stock, also with a few cover cards
Related to 1584 188
Shuffling of Cards so as to always keep one cartain Card at the Bottom overhand shuffling, see Scot
Related to 1784 68
To make a "False Shuffle" - Second Method slip shuffle
1876 23
I. Methode for single card
Also published here 1896 20
Das teilweise Mischen eines Spieles "Die Kartenschule von Carl Willmann"
bottom stock preserved, a bit crude
July 1896
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 7)
98
I. Methode for single card
Also published here May 1896
Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 9)
130
For One Card controlling top card or bottom and top card
1897 46
S. W. Erdnase Possibilities of the "Blind"
Related to 1902 21
S. W. Erdnase Blind Shuffles - I. To Retain Top Stock
Related to 1902 29
S. W. Erdnase II. To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Related to 1902 31
S. W. Erdnase III. To Retain Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Related to 1902 32
Henri De Manche To Make a False Shuffle back and front throw, lift shuffle, three handlings
  • First Method of False Shuffle (top half)
  • Second Method False Shuffle (top and bottom stock)
  • Third Method False Shuffle (full deck)
Related toAlso published here 1902 51
Henri De Manche To Make a False Shuffle lift shuffle handling
  • First Method of False Shuffle (top stock)
  • Second Method of False Shuffle (top and bottom stock)
  • Third Method of False Shuffle (full deck)
Also published here 1904 35
Jog Shuffle brief
1909 41
Overhand "Haymow" Control with break
1909 130
Jack Merlin Outjog Pass jog shuffle and cut, haymow shuffle
1927/28 5
Jack Merlin False Shuffle Using Outjog and Haymow Shuffle haymow shuffle
1927/28 12
Jack Merlin False Shuffle outjog, top stock
1927/28 12
Lift Shuffle brief, as top stock false shuffle
Related to 1928 2
The Break and Overhand Shuffle No. 1 of "Substitutes for the Pass"
1935 91
The Best Overhand False Shuffle
1936 143
The Overhand Shuffle jog shuffle, running single cards
1937 377
Albert Verity Sighting the Top Cards while doing sort of an overhand shuffle
1937 10
Albert Verity A Substitute for the "In-Jog." overhand shuffle, variation on the jog-shuffle, "top-jog"/side-jog, pressure
1937 11
The Shuffle Location jog-shuffle
1938 41
To Keep Certain Cards in View overhand and basic riffle shuffle methods for:
  • 1. The bottom card
  • 2. The top card
  • 3a. A number of cards (jog shuffle)
  • 3b. A number of cards (lift shuffle)
1938 165
False Shuffle Retaining Top Stock
Related to 1940 69
Shuffling the Cards half deck
1940 196
The Spectator Shuffle retaining half deck, spectator helps shuffling
Related to 1940 196
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase In-Jog Shuffle top stock control, also as control of one selection
1940 3
Shuffle to Control "Top" Card running it singly
1941/27 256
Shuffle to Control "Bottom" Card milk
1941/27 257
Shuffle to Control "Top" and "Bottom" Cards
1941/27 257
The Overhand Shuffle
  • The Grip
  • The Shuffle
  • Protruding Cards
  • Forming a Break
  • Shuffling to the Break
  • Dropping a Packet
  • Determining Intervals
  • Culling, Stocking
1942 3
Jean Hugard The Overhand Shuffle
  • 1. Retain control of the top card
  • 2. To keep the bottom card in that position
  • 3. To retain the top and bottom card in position
  • 4. To run cards
  • 5. To jog a card
  • 6. To control a chosen card which has been replaced in the pack
Related to Sep. 1944 68
Bert Feinson The B. F. Card Control lift shuffle in which only the selection is picked up
Oct. 1945 160
The Break Shuffle
1946 46
Jean Hugard Card Magic -- Continued
  • Ninth Overhand Shuffle
  • Tenth Overhand Shuffle
  • The Lift Shuffle Force
Related to Feb. 1947 297
Controling the Top Card
1948 5
Controling the Bottom Card
1948 6
Retaining the Top and Bottom Card in Position
1948 6
Overhand Shuffle Control
1948 9
Injog and Break
1948 116
Overhand Lift Shuffle
1948 117
Edward Marlo Block Slip Shuffle preserving bottom stock
1951 1
Edward Marlo Overhand Step Shuffles with multiple steps
1952 32
S. W. Erdnase Erdnase Top Stock Shuffle
1954 17
Cy Endfield The Best Overhand False Shuffle lift shuffle
1955 55
Cy Endfield Jog Control
1955 62
Nick Trost False Shuffle Sequence apparently mixing three piles, order of one stays the same
1956
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1956)
33
Edward Marlo "Shuffle around Selections" no. 7
1958 51
James Steranko Bottom Stock Safety block slip shuffle
1960 46
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Another Secret Out in-jog and out-jog shuffle in The Secret Out, credit information
Dec. 1961
Ibidem (Issue 24)
24
Jog Shuffle top stock
1962 18
Slip Shuffle retaining bottom card
1962 35
Dai Vernon Red-Black Alternating Shuffle
1962 23
Faucett Ross Single Shuffle Control top card remains on top, one shuffle
1967 165
Slip Shuffle retaining bottom card
1967 80
Lift Shuffle brief
Spring 1970
Hierophant (Issue 3)
142
Slip Shuffle
1971 240
Fast Shuffle to Retain Top Stock
1972 155
False Shuffle to Retain Bottom Stock
1972 157
Jerry K. Hartman Packet Overhand-Shuffle Sequence two overhand shuffles sequences, can show reds/blacks mixed after first one, second one puts them back in order
1972 53
Crimp False Shuffle No. 455, bottom (?) stock false shuffle
1972 128
Harry Lorayne The Status Quo Shuffle retaining top card in single shuffle
1973 91
Trevor H. Hall Overhand Lift Shuffle as a:
  • small packet control
  • location and control of a single card
  • a force
  • complete false shuffle
1973 28
Edward Marlo For Magicians Only overhand control to throw off those looking for jogs
1974 32
Ron Bauer To Retain Bottom Stock
1974 32
Francis Carlyle A Double Shuffle to retain a Top Card turning deck over for second shuffle, jog
1975 62
Edward Marlo Block Slip Shuffle preserving bottom stock
1976
Early Marlo (Issue Oddity & Other Miracles)
113
False Shuffle Number One block slip shuffle
Also published here 1976 32
False Shuffle (Two) in-jog shuffle
Also published here 1976 33
Overhand False Shuffle top stock
1977 28
The Jog Shuffle
1977 40
The Slip Shuffle retaining bottom card
1977 46
Ken Krenzel The Slip Shuffle for bottom block
1978 245
To Keep the Bottom Card(s) Intact block slip shuffle
Also published here 1978 24
To Keep the Top Card Intact two-shuffle sequence
1978 25
To Keep the Top Portion of Deck Intact in-jog shuffle
  • a more deceptive method
Also published here 1978 26
Slip Shuffle Force retaining bottom card
1979 10
Block Slip Shuffle
1980 147
Al Smith Senior Control overhand lift shuffle handling
1980 32
Al Smith Botstok overhand lift shuffle for bottom stock
1980 34
Slip Shuffle retaining bottom card
May 1981
Intermagic (Vol. 8 No. 1)
22
Albert Charra "Fake Take" Shuffle bottom stock
Mar. 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 3)
611
Harry Lorayne A Lorayne Storm retaining selection on top with multiple injog shuffles
Oct. 1983
Apocalypse (Vol. 6 No. 10)
839
Jan Torell Mein Überhand-Falschmischen position of a card is not changed, rest is shuffled, sort of a Ireland Shuffle
Related to 1984 12
Jack McMillen Card Control delayed jog in overhand shuffle control (1937)
1985 25
Gary Ouellet The Overhand Shuffle Technique with the ProControl Card
1986 37
Controlling the Top and Bottom Stocks
1987 46
Edward Marlo New Approach In-Jog Shuffles (Injog) avoiding large breaks
  • First Method
  • Second Method
  • Third Method
  • Fourth Method
1988 123
Edward Marlo Flexing the Deck while maintaining jog
1988 126
Juan Tamariz P.S. Final Note shuffle for alternating cards
1989/91 222
John Quine Second Keeper Shuffle keeping card at second position during shuffles
Variations Dec. 1990
Apocalypse (Vol. 13 No. 12)
1865
Injog Shuffle brief
1991 4
John Quine Second Keeper Shuffle keeping card at second position during shuffles
Variations Mar. 1992
Apocalypse (Vol. 15 No. 3)
2044
Justin Higham New Theory Slip Shuffle bottom slip shuffle without gap, first packet comes off the bottom
Apr. 1992
Tech-Notes (Issue 2)
20
インジョッグ、アンダーカット (Injog, Undercut) For overhand shuffle
1993 32
Vicente Canuto 1.- Para Conservar la Carta Inferior retaining bottom card
1993 72
Vicente Canuto 2.- Pasar la Carta Superior a la Parte Inferior (De Sup-1 a Inf-1) shuffling card from top to bottom
1993 72
Vicente Canuto 3.- Pasar la Carta Inferior a la Parte Superior (De Inf-1 a Sup-1) shuffling card from bottom to top
1993 72
Vicente Canuto 4.- Conservar la Carta Superior en Su Lugar retaining top card
1993 73
Vicente Canuto 5.- Conservar las Cartas Sup-1 e Inf-1 en Sus Respectivos Lugares retaining top and bottom card
1993 73
Vicente Canuto 6.- Conservar un Paquete en la Parte Superior jog-shuffle to retain top stock
1993 73
Vicente Canuto 7.- Conservar un Paquete Inferior jog-shuffle to retain bottom stock
1993 74
Control of the Top and Bottom Cards
  • Control of the Top Card
  • Control of the Bottom Card
1995 43
Controlling the Top Stock of the Deck - The Injog Shuffle
1995 44
Controlling the Bottom Stock
1995 47
Harry Lorayne, John Quine My Second Keeper keeping card at second position during shuffles
Inspired byVariations Apr. 1995
Apocalypse (Vol. 18 No. 4)
2485
Simon Aronson Lift Shuffle Control for two cards
1995 80
Controlling the Top and Bottom Stocks
1996 254
Top Stock Control with the Lift Shuffle
1996 257
Barry Stevenson Bottom Stock Slip Shuffle
July 1996
Apocalypse (Vol. 19 No. 7)
2673
Harry Riser Greek Break & Overhand Shuffle for clean display and table-tapping, then going into overhand shuffle, see also p. 86
Related to 1996 38
Eddie Tullock Eddie's Modified Control slip shuffle, also to control several cards
  • Follow-Up Shuffle to Easy Control
  • As a Control of a Second Spectator's Card
1996 9
Larry Jennings Overhand Shuffle Jog Technique side-jog
Related toAlso published here 1997 22
Allan Ackerman A Multiple Slip Shuffle specific number of cards
Also published here 1997 36
Ireland Block Shuffle shuffling off block in middle
1997 25
Lew R. Brooks The False False Shuffle (FFS) short planned single-card runs that are prepared before the performance and shuffled off during performance, top stock or full deck or for small packet
Related to 1998 5
Richard Osterlind The Sloppy Jog Shuffle dropping a card on purpose
1999 36
Overhand Slip Shuffle
1999 3
Ellis Stanyon A Simple Trick Shuffle No. 32, for single card, keeping it on top or bringing it second from bottom by drawing off top and bottom simultaneously
1999 18
Ellis Stanyon The "Jog" Shuffle No. 6, with long card
1999 216
Ellis Stanyon Simple Overhand Shuffle for Several Cards No. 7, running stock to bottom and back to top
1999 280
Ellis Stanyon To Retain the Bottom Card - Overhand Shuffle No. 9, slip shuffle
1999 280
Ellis Stanyon To Retain the Top Card - Overhand Shuffle No. 10, two-shuffle sequence
1999 281
Henri De Manche Picking up "Stock" Behind the Pack - Overhand Shuffle No. 12, lift shuffle
1999 281
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note on DeManche's stock shuffle with lift shuffle
Related to 1999 282
Henri De Manche To Retain the Top and Bottom Stock - Overhand Shuffle No. 13, lift shuffle
1999 282
Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top and Bottom Cards - Overhand Shuffle No. 17
1999 285
Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top Stock - Overhand Shuffle No. 21, jog shuffle
1999 286
Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Top Stock and Shuffling the Whole Pack No. 22, jog shuffle
1999 286
Ellis Stanyon Retaining the Bottom Stock and Shuffling the Whole Pack No. 23, jog shuffle
1999 286
Steve Beam The Underhand Shuffle
  • Double Undercut Alternative
  • Top-Stock Only
  • Cutting the Pack
  • Face-Up Option
  • Face-Up / Face-Down Option
2000 218
Simon Aronson Alternative Shuffles Overhand shuffles to hide face up Jokers in deck
2001 9
The Overhand Jog Shuffle
2001 xvii
Slip Shuffle
2001 59
Harry Lorayne Slip Shuffle 3-Card Control
2001 79
Harry Lorayne Bonus "Slip"pery Handlings
  • "Extra-Run" Slip Shuffle (controlling four cards)
  • "Double Slip"
  • Overhand Stacking application
2001 91
Steve Beam The Underhand Shuffle
  • The Basic Shuffle
  • Double Undercut Alternative
  • Top Stock Retention
  • Face Up Throw-Off
  • Center Card Retention
  • Center Stock Retention
  • Red / Black Shuffle
  • Controlling A Selection with Retention of Full Deck Order
  • Controlling A Freely-Replaced Selection Retaining Full-Deck Order
2001 3
Steve Beam Underhand Shuffle
  • Finer Points
  • Why It Works
  • Double Undercut Alternative
  • Top Stock Only
2002 250
Roberto Giobbi False Shuffle Retaining Top Stock commentary
Related to May 2002
Genii (Vol. 65 No. 5)
16
Robin Robertson Lift Shuffle Control
Also published here
  • "Shuffle Control" (Robin Robertson, Handle with Care, 1964)
2003 55
Steve Beam Underhand Shuffle
  • Finer Points
  • Why It Works
  • Double Undercut Alternative
  • Top Stock Only
2004 244
Ron Bauer Faces Out Shuffle Technique
2006 29
Harry Riser The Riser Key-and-Stock Control little-finger break in dealing position, going from there into overhand shuffle, preserving center key
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, Oct. 2000
2006 59
Harry Riser Greek Connection greek break version
Related toAlso published here
  • MUM, Feb. 2002
2006 98
Jerry K. Hartman, Justin Branch ToBo False Shuffle – Overhand Shuffle false overhand shuffle to retain both top and bottom stock, created in correspondence with Justin Branch (see reference), handling to only retain bottom stock on p.16
Also published here
  • Progressive Card Magic, p. 76 (Justin Branch, 1986)
2007 15
Pick-up Shuffle brief
2007 174
S. W. Erdnase, Nick Trost Bottom Stock Control jog shuffle
2008 250
Rainer Teschner Top Stock Control finesse for injog shuffle
Also published here Feb. 2008
Genii (Vol. 71 No. 2)
15
Automatic False Shuffle
2008 19
False Shuffling basic partial false shuffle, overhand and riffle shuffle
2008 136
Roberto Giobbi The Lift Shuffle - A Study in the Polyvalence of a Sleight
  • Control the top stock in one shuffle
  • Control top and bottom stocks in one shuffle
  • Force one or several cards
  • Control a selected card
  • Eliminate cards that lie on top of a wanted card
  • Invert the order of individual cards on top of the deck
  • Invert the order of two groups on top of the deck
  • Bring a card from the top to a specific number
  • Key Card Placement
  • Cull one or several cards to the bottom of the deck in a single overhand shuffle
  • False shuffle the entire deck
Also published here 2010
Secret Agenda (Issue Jan 19)
24
Rainer Teschner Teschner's Top Stock Control finesse for injog shuffle
Also published here 2010
Secret Agenda (Issue Feb 26)
65
Roberto Giobbi False Shuffles and Cuts easy top and bottom stock controls with riffle shuffle or overhand shuffle
2010 115
Tom Gagnon Top Stock Control deck inserted in case after first jog shuffle
Also published here 2011 24
Steve Beam The Underhand Shuffle - A Primer
  • The Work
  • Finer Points
  • Why It Works
  • Double Undercut Alternative
  • Top-Stock Only
  • Cutting The Pack
  • Face Up Throw-Off
  • Retaining a Card Near the Center
  • Retaining the Middle Stock
  • Red/Black Shuffle
  • As a Full-Deck Control
2011 5
Roberto Giobbi To Retain the Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck (p. 32) comments
Related to Sep. 2011
Genii (Vol. 74 No. 9)
21
Aaron Fisher Part II: The Control in-jog
Oct. 2011
Genii (Vol. 74 No. 10)
36
Lift Shuffle
2011 108
Roberto Giobbi, Bill Kalman Overhand Shuffle Break Control "Automatic Side-jog Shuffle"
2012 83
Lift Shuffle
2013 183
Jog Shuffle to Retain Top Stock
2015 20
Steve Beam The Under Cover Shuffle Overhand false shuffle
  • Drop & Swap Control
2015 234
Harry Lorayne Bottom Stet Overhand Shuffle bottom stock remains, block slip shuffle handling
Related to 2015 24
Overhand Shuffle Control
2015 28
Überhandmischen mit Kontrolle lift shuffle
2015 186
Roberto Giobbi The Partial False Cut
  • Shuffle and Cut in Combination - Top
  • Shuffle and Cut in Combination - Bottom
2016 49
Lift Shuffle to remove card from top stock
2017 104
Harry Lorayne Two Utility Shuffles - Overhand Injog Extension top and bottom block
2017 20
Harry Lorayne Slip-Shuffle 3-Card Control bottom two and top card
2017 193
Johnny Thompson Injog Shuffle Variation top card injogged instead of first card that is shuffle off, see also p. 79, p. 143
2018 83
Harry Riser Overhand Shuffle from Greek Break
2018 103
Benjamin Earl A Simple Stock Shuffle lift shuffle
2018 25
Harry Lorayne Bottom Stet Overhand Shuffle bottom stock remains, block slip shuffle handling
2018 31
Harry Lorayne Status Quo Shuffle keeping top card on top
2018 67
Harry Lorayne Slip Shuffle Control using slip shuffle to keep three cards on top and bottom in place in no particular order
Related to 2018 72
Harry Lorayne Milky Ways selection lost, Aces are around selection (without turning over), featuring a slip shuffle similar to reference
Related to 2018 102
Shane Cobalt To Retain Top Stock
Related to 2019 15
Shane Cobalt To Retain the Bottom Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Related to 2019 15
Shane Cobalt To Retain Top Stock and Shuffle Whole Deck
Related to 2019 16
Lorenz Schär An Overhand Shuffle Variation delayed injog
  • Bottom Stock Shuffle
  • Top Stock Shuffle
2019 72
Tom Gagnon Top Stock Control deck inserted in case after first jog shuffle
Also published here 2019 361
Steve Forte In-jogs
  • technical observations
    • single in-jogged card
    • breaks (break-drag to cut at break in overhand shuffle position)
    • sequence spacing (shuffling a second time while retaining jog)
2020 187
Steve Forte Out-jogs
  • top slugs
  • bottom slugs
2020 189
Steve Forte Side-jogs
2020 191
Steve Forte Place-break no jog
2020 192
Steve Forte Pick-up Shuffle lift
2020 192
Steve Forte Thumb-stop left thumb stays on top slug
2020 193
Steve Forte Thumb-grab bottom slug, packets exchanged after first throw
2020 193
Steve Forte Bevel block slip shuffle
2020 194
Steve Forte Twist block slip shuffle
2020 195
Steve Forte Hold-back side-jog & block slip shuffle combo, top or bottom slug, using flat-break
2020 195
Steve Forte Flat-Break retaining contact to side-jogged card during overhand shuffle
2020 195
Steve Forte Chop front-and-back throws, top or bottom slug, or entire deck with optical throws
2020 196
Steve Forte Carrying Half Decks and Full Decks intro and double base-throw as full deck false shuffle
2020 197
Steve Reynolds Combo Shuffle top and bottom stock control
2020
Output (Issue 7)
2
Larry Jennings New Third Finger Break hiding break at top, with scenarios as control
2020 357
Larry Jennings Additional Overhand Shuffle Work with the Third Finger Break stock control, displacement
2020 360
Larry Jennings Overhand Shuffle Jog (Jennings Finesse) side-jog, see reference for credit
Also published here 2020 364
Roberto Giobbi Subtle Injog Shuffle top stock control as example for Actions of Confirmation
2021 15
Roberto Giobbi The Intelligent Injog Shuffle and Cut
2021 55
Roberto Giobbi The Lift Shuffle - A Study in the Polyvalence of a Sleight
  • Control the top stock in one shuffle
  • Control top and bottom stocks in one shuffle
  • Force one or several cards
  • Control a selected card
  • Eliminate cards that lie on top of a wanted card
  • Invert the order of individual cards on top of the deck
  • Invert the order of two groups on top of the deck
  • Bring a card from the top to a specific number
  • Key Card Placement
  • Cull one or several cards to the bottom of the deck in a single overhand shuffle
  • False shuffle the entire deck
Also published here 2021 145
Lift Shuffle Brief, as top stock false shuffle
Related to 2022 100
Rafael Benatar Deconstructing the Overhand Shuffle: Part 2
  • Thoughts...

  • On the Injog
    • How Large Should an Injog Be?
    • The Pinky's Task
  • Disguising the Injog
    • The Rhythm
    • The Upward Beat
    • The Angled Jog
    • The Delayed Injog
    • The Careless Mess
    • The Double Tap
  • On the Outjog
different handlings (see following entries)
  • Expanding our Progress
Related to Jan. 2024
Genii (Vol. 87 No. 1)
56
Steve Beam The Steve Beam Continuous Shuffle out-jog for control or top stock control in a single shuffle
Jan. 2024
Genii (Vol. 87 No. 1)
59
Francesco Fontanelli The Lateral-Jog Shuffle side-jog instead of in-jog
2024 20
Allan Ackerman A Multiple Slip Shuffle specific number of cards
Also published here 2024 33
Allan Ackerman Bottom Stet Overhand Shuffle Handling bottom stock remains, block slip shuffle handling
Related to 2024 34