255 entries in Cards / Principles / Plunger Principle
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
A General Utility "Location"
Related to 1933 66
T. Page Wright Plunger Shift with two cards
Also published here 1933 20
The Five Card Fan five cards pushed through deck until one remains
1936 157
Jack McMillen The J.M. Rising Card plunger, reprinted from Genii, Sept 1936
1937 328
The Fan Location: By Means of the Regular Fan
Related to 1938 27
The Fadeaway Cards plunger-pushing back & forth a packet through deck until one remains
VariationsAlso published here 1938 243
Jack McMillen Method No. 11. The "Plunger" Rising Cards with or without handkerchief, including an easier variation with wax
1938 400
Fan Control spectator inserts card in fan
a/. (Automatic Jog Control)
b/. Riffle Control
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 49
The Fadeaway Cards brief, plunger-pushing back & forth a packet through deck until one remains
Related to 1939 7
Automatic Jog No. I, II, III three methods (including Plunger)
1940 104
The One-Hand Plunger Rising Cards
1940 207
The Two-Hand Plunger Rising Cards
Related toVariations 1940 211
Martin Gardner Plunger Glimpse sandwiched card secretly pushed out at the back via plunger principle
1940 19
Jack McMillen The J.M. Rising Card with handkerchief, plunger
Variations 1945 64
Bob Madison The Great Trunk Trick plunger rise with handkerchief cover, drink appears as climax
1948 16
Paul LePaul An Automatic Jog-Control
Related toVariations 1949 101
Dai Vernon, Jack McMillen Just Injog plunger Aces, handling
Also published here Dec. 1949
The Phoenix (Issue 191)
763
Martin Gardner The Saliva Plunger deck held with handkerchief over hand
Related to Jan. 1949 505
Martin Gardner The Subway Trick four cards are pushed in the deck and three cards emerge from other side, repeated until selection remains
Related to Jan. 1949 505
Martin Gardner Reversed Subway four cards are pushed in the deck and three cards emerge from other side, repeated until selection remains reversed
Related to Feb. 1949 513
M. B. Schulman Up plunger principle, placement
Oct. 1951
The Phoenix (Issue 239)
955
Edward Marlo The Build Up red Aces produced, turn over when pushed through deck, sandwich black Aces, then previous selection
1952 106
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
Related toVariations 1953 58
Nick Trost Spectator's Card Rise cards are cased all sticking out, all cards slide down except selection, in spectator's hand
Related to 1956
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1956)
33
Jose Diaz, Vynn Boyar, Edward Marlo Case Card Again
Inspired by 1956
The New Phoenix (Issue 339)
168
Die reduzierten Karten plunger-pushing back & forth a packet through deck until one remains, simplified method
Also published here 1957
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 18 No. 4)
509
Everett Lyda Miracle Card Discovery cards rises from deck while two other cards are pushed in
1959
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1959)
45
Matt Schulien The Card in the Sugar corner of card travels into sugar cube packet, finished by plunger rise of chosen card minus the corner
1959 128
Sam Randlett Plunger Rise Set-Up faro with small packet into deck
Inspired by July 1959
Ibidem (Issue 17)
21
Dai Vernon Plunger Location card above inserted card ends up in-jogged
Variations 1961 27
Harry Lorayne Change of Four Cards Push-Through Change
Related toVariations 1961 67
Edward Marlo The Most Flexible Shift: Simple Shift with additional notes and the following subsections:
  • The Crimped Ace
  • To Get All Four Aces to Top
  • To Get Three Aces to Top and One on Bottom
  • To Get Two Aces to Top and Two to Bottom
  • To Get Three Aces to Bottom and One on Top
  • To Place All Four Aces at a Certain Number from the Top or Bottom
  • To Get a Center Stock of Cards to Top or Bottom
Related to 1961 35
Edward Marlo Simple Shift - Undercut Variation
1961 41
Harry Lorayne Push-Through Change card packet that is sticking out of deck is switched
Related to 1962 203
Harry Lorayne Plunge-Thru' plunger, cards pushed through deck until only selection remains
1962 224
Plunger Principle
1964 53
Edward Marlo Simple Shift and Placement Cut
1967 180
Joseph K. Schmidt The World's Easiest Card Rise plunger
Variations 1968 6
Joseph K. Schmidt The Strip-Out Card Rise jog shuffle set-up for plunger
1968 12
George Zacharellis The Hunter and the Hunted deck dropped in case, selection projects from cased deck, two handlings
1968 26
Joseph K. Schmidt Another Method for the Strip-Out Rise plunger
1968 34
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1968 28
Karl Fulves Stealing Diamonds selection appears between two Jokers with plunger loading method while jokers are outjogged
July 1969
Epilogue (Issue 6)
43
Neal Elias Plunger Multiple Shift
Mar. 1970
Epilogue (Issue 8)
60
Harry Lorayne Push-Through Change card packet that is sticking out of deck is switched, see also page 248
1971 121
Karl Fulves Plunger Cull for alternative techniques see reference
Variations 1971 6
Karl Fulves Plunger Principle credit information
1971 19
Peter Kane About Face Faro half deck is pushed through other half (incomplete faro) and turns over
Variations 1971 13
Jack McMillen Plunger Principle
1972 30
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1972 59
Jack Merlin Fadeaway Cards plunger-pushing back & forth a packet through deck until one remains
Also published here 1972 109
Jack McMillen Plunger Rising Card context of routine allows for natural setup
1972 49
Karl Fulves Duplex Elevator plunger, with transposition
Variations 1973 78
Dr. Jacob Daley Top Stock Control
Also published here 1973 168
Karl Fulves Cop From The Shuffle definition of term, describing a bottom cop during riffle shuffle
1973 3
Lin Searles Reverse Rise plunger location, card rises reversed
Autumn 1973
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio)
663
Jerry K. Hartman Plunger Top Shift
Also published here 1973 14
Jerry K. Hartman Uprising
Also published here 1973 31
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley-Top Stock Control
Also published here 1973 15
Karl Fulves Rise using handkerchief, see also p. 786
Inspired byVariations Feb. 1974 707
Edward Marlo Marlo’s Simple Shift with small packet
1974 27
Roger Smith The Faro Plunger or The Offset Incomplete Faro Technique incomplete Faro to make a selection, after shuffle four Aces are reversed in the deck, Aces are out jogged and pushed through the deck, three random cards are injogged now, repeated until selection remains
Variations 1974
Necromancer (Vol. 2 No. 3)
1
Jack McMillen Plunger Principle
1975 135
Karl Fulves Wireless how to set up for the plunger rise with variations
Related to Mar. 1975
Epilogue (Issue 23)
215
Lin Searles Tilt Bit
1975
Hierophant (Issue 7 Resurrection Issue)
53
Karl Fulves Novelty 4-Ace Production an ace is sandwiched between indifferent cards and placed in deck, another ace rises sideways, it's turned perpendicular, pushed in an rises out as different ace
1975 68
Karl Fulves Jacks Be Nimble card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched, two methods
Related toVariations 1975 161
Paul LePaul The Fan Location without credit
1975 31
Jack McMillen, Francis Carlyle Impromptu Jack McMillen Rising Card
1975 75
Jerry K. Hartman Bi-rise Two selections rise out of the deck one by one
Inspired byAlso published here 1975 4
Martin Gardner Plunger Glimpse sandwiched card in center of deck is glimpsed
1976 14
Process of Elimination No. 63, some cards in center outjogged, pushed through several times, finally selection sticks out
1976 95
Karrell Fox "Sup-Rising" Card method to set up for plunger rise
1976 75
Martin A. Nash The Move-That's-Not-A-Move Move as a two card control, see p. 446 for additional crediting
1977 172
Plunger Principle overhand shuffle placement
June 1977
Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 10)
419
Roger Smith Plunger from Case
1977 33
Karl Fulves The Haunted Card chosen card rises out of deck which is held inside a handkerchief
Inspired by 1977 72
Fan Location plunger
1978 68
Larry West Acrobatic Card Extension bluff rising sequence, then card jumps out between two cards
Related to Mar. 1979
Apocalypse (Vol. 2 No. 3)
171
Nick Trost Pop-Up Card card pops out as deck is dropped into case
1979 10
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1980 37
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control for two selections
1980 31
Al Leech, Kevin Davie Relative Rise card rises out of deck in spectator's hands
Inspired byRelated to Apr. 1980
Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 4)
829
Jerry Sadowitz The Sadowitz Plunger
July 1980
Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 7)
880
Al Smith The Smith Shift
Inspired byAlso published here 1980 17
Jim Ryan The Plunger Change four aces turn into four selections
1981 5
Jim Ryan Plunger Change same as Lorayne's, claim to 1951-1956 and showing it to Vernon & Marlo
Related to 1981 7
Joe Dignam Computer Deck three cards outjogged in deck, plunger principle until only selection sticks out
Aug. 1981
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 4)
58
David Britland Enigmas 1: Computer Cards card location with mechanics of the Simple Shift, flourishy
Related to 1981
Babel (Issue 2)
26
Paul LePaul Automatic Jog-Control brief
1982 44
Edward Marlo Simple Shift brief
1982 27
Harry Lorayne Push-Through Change see also notes 3 and 4 on page 411
1982 408
Karl Fulves General Rise
Inspired by 1982 3
Karl Fulves Rerun twenty cards, incomplete faro, two cards are selected and a third card is put into the back of the deck and flicked, first card flies out then the same on the table with the second card
1982 7
Karl Fulves Rocket Trap card is inserted in incomplete faro packet, red deuces as well and flicked, black deuces spring out with the selection in between
1982 11
Karl Fulves Sidereal Jump deck is tapped on the table and selection pops out
1982 17
Karl Fulves Wireless II
  • Setting the Plunger
  • Block Alignment
  • Arise
  • The Cheap Asrah Phase
Related to 1982 22
Karl Fulves Wireless Notes ideas on Wireless II
1982 28
Karl Fulves Dollar Deck dollar bill is pulled through the deck and selection rises up
1982 43
Edward Marlo Sophisticated Simplex Multiple Shift three methods
1984 269
Edward Marlo Marlo's Unbelievable Ribbon Spread Control plunger principle
Related toVariations 1984 275
Edward Marlo Spectator Does It All
Inspired by 1984 277
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
Jan./Feb. 1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 17 & 18)
174
Jerry Sadowitz Something's Up! three cards, plunger rise
1984 22
Pascal Monmoine Forceful Revelation
May 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 6)
1228
Pascal Monmoine Staircase doubles out of deck with plunger principle
May 1984
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 6)
1235
Frederick Braue Plunger Aces packets pushed through deck to produce aces
1985 26
Frederick Braue One-in-Four makes use of "Slydini Ace Move"
1985 19
David Britland Kojack two selections and four Kings lost in deck, selections rise, Kings reproduced
Inspired by
  • "Decktectives" (Charles Hudson, Linking Ring)
Nov. 1985 16
Jerry K. Hartman Rise Guys plunger rise with faro-set-up
Also published here Jan. 1986
Apocalypse (Vol. 9 No. 1)
1158
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
Inspired byRelated to Jan. 1986 27
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1987 51
Harry Lorayne Push-Though Change
1987 68
Justin Higham Jacks Be Quick card on top of sandwich cards, trio pushed through deck (plunger), card now sandwiched
  • Second Method
Inspired byRelated to 1987
Inside Out (Issue 2)
11
Edward Marlo A Worthwhile Conclusion sandwich cards in center out-jogged, selection placed on top and squared, sandwich cards pushed through and selection comes out face up and sandwiched
Inspired by 1987
Inside Out (Issue 2)
12
Dai Vernon Packet Calculator small packet, mathematical
Related toVariations 1988 134
Edward Marlo Sure Simplified Shift Simple Shift variation
Also published here 1989 45
Karl Fulves Run Around one-handed cutting sequence used to find selection with sandwich cards
1989 36
T. Page Wright Plunger Shift simple version with two cards
Also published here 1989 31
Karl Fulves Full Court Press widely separated sandwich cards come to trap selection, sandwich cards remain outjogged, with "bluff spacing" for visible variation
Related to 1989 32
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1990 64
Jack McMillen, Ken Krenzel Plunger Rise with method for getting into it
1990 110
Stephen Minch Plunger Principle credit information
1990 112
Jon Racherbaumer, Niberco Late-Night Arising freely and fairly lost selection rises, using handkerchief, stay stack with dupliates
Inspired by 1990 40
Edward Marlo Third Sandwich - The Submarine Sandwich selection outjogged near top of deck, sandwich cards near bottom, pushed in, instant sandwich, cull
Related to 1991 6
Jack McMillen The J. M. Rising Card
1991 259
William Larsen, T. Page Wright The Criminal card chosen, two black Kings pocketed, one placed back in deck, other one transposes with selection, story presentation
1991 271
Jerry K. Hartman Plunger Top Shift with additional variations
  • Simple Shift Variation
Also published here 1991 100
Fan Control plunger
Also published here 1991 298
Jerry K. Hartman Uprising updated handling
Also published here 1991 324
Jerry K. Hartman Bi-Rise two selections rise out of the deck one by one
Also published here 1991 325
Jerry K. Hartman Rise Guys plunger rise with faro-set-up
Also published here 1991 326
Edward Marlo Marlo's Simple Shift
1991 17
Peter Duffie The Ultimate Truth
Also published here 1991 6
Edward Marlo Sure Simplified Shift Simple Shift variation
Also published here 1992 10
Peter Duffie The Ultimate Truth
Related toVariationsAlso published here Feb. 1992
Magic (Vol. 1 No. 6)
47
Larry Jennings Face-Up Plunger Lie Detector card shows up reversed at the end of plunger sequence
Inspired by June 1992
Magic (Vol. 1 No. 10)
50
Roy Walton The Waldo Fun Feit Detector
Inspired by July 1992
Magic (Vol. 1 No. 11)
51
Peter Duffie Directly Between two Jokers pushed reversed into center together, deck slapped onto selection and it instantly is found between Jokers, two classic passes
Variations 1992 21
William Goodwin Plunger Sandwich sandwich cards rise out of deck with selection in between, ace production kicker
1993 16
Edward Marlo Sure Simplified Shift Simple Shift variation
Also published here 1993 18
Peter Duffie Guardian Angels selection travels from red Kings to black Kings
Inspired by 1993 58
Stephen Tucker The Penultimate Truth
Inspired by Feb. 1993
Profile (Issue 12)
6
Eddie Fechter Eddie Fechter's Multiple Shift
  • The Basic Multiple Shift
  • Four to the Top
  • Three to the Bottom and One to the Top
  • Four to the Bottom
  • Two to the Top and Two to the Bottom
Related to 1993 75
Eddie Fechter A Card Control same as LePaul's "An Automatic Jog-Control"
Related toAlso published here 1993 121
Vicente Canuto, Paul LePaul Control en el Abanico con Salida Interna two methods, simple injog method and LePaul Fan Control
1993 202
Alex Elmsley Plunger Shift for two cards
1994 159
Jackie McClements Pushthru Eliminator card chosen, incomplete faro pushed through a few times to get clues about the color and suit of card, wrong card is determined, still right card shows up reversed in deck
Also published here
  • The Crimp, p. 212
1994 4
Peter Duffie The Ultimate Truth
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1995 84
Bernard Rasmussen Alternate Opening for "The Ultimate Truth"
Inspired byVariations 1995 87
Aldo Colombini, Carlos Corda Stand Up card rises from cased deck, starts with out-jogged block
1995 51
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
Nov. 1995
Magic (Vol. 5 No. 3)
70
Paul Harris Unshuffling Rebecca cards in incomplete faro condition reverse themself without being squared
Variations 1996 23
James Swain, Edward Marlo Small Packet Simple Shift
1996 9
Aldo Colombini, Carlos Corda Stand Up cards are cased half of the deck is sticking out, all cards slide down except selection, in spectator's hand
Related to Mar./Apr. 1996
The Magic Menu (Vol. 6 No. 34)
392
Randy Tanner A Tabled Multiple Shift plunger
May 1997
Apocalypse (Vol. 20 No. 5)
2794
Peter Duffie Aces Take The Plunge two random cards placed in deck, cards next to them are four Aces
Inspired by 1997 21
Bob Davis Uniform Card Control control a card to the bottom, a gambler's type clip, reversed in the middle or set for a plunger rise
  • Universal Opening
  • The Bottom Control
  • Gambler Clip
  • Reversed in the Middle
  • Plunging Forward
  • Side Steal
1997 1301
Eddie Fields One and Only plunger-pushing back & forth a packet through deck until one remains
Inspired by 1997 94
Paul LePaul The LePaul Automatic Jog-Control
1998 538
Edward Marlo The Simple Shift
  • Using a Thumb Count
  • Using a Glimpse
  • Variations with a Glimpse
1998 674
Steven Hamilton Reverse Plunger Addition outjogged cards removed, cards in between secretly kept
1998 58
Gavin Ross Auto-Plunge Aces four Aces produced by mating a selection and push-through plunger
  • Phase One: "Simple Minds"
  • Phase Two: "The Auto-Plunger"
Also published here
  • booklet "Auto Plunger" (Gavin Ross, 1994)
1998 91
Gavin Ross The Information Pack half deck is pushed through other half (incomplete faro) and turns over, full suit visible with selection missing, with variation by Peter Duffie
Inspired by 1998 94
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
Related to 1999 110
Justin Higham Automatic Jog-Control Multiple Shift
1999 123
Jason England Combination Shift combination of Simple Shift with Panoramic Shift
Inspired byVariations Apr. 1999
Onyx (Issue 7)
16
Ken Simmons Simple Shift - Technical Variation right fingers push in cards instead of left first finger
Inspired by Apr. 1999
Onyx (Issue 7)
17
Martin A. Nash First Variation combination of Simple Shift with straddle center block pass type action
Inspired by Apr. 1999
Onyx (Issue 7)
18
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
1999 217
Fredric P. Lamazor Automatic Jog Handling
Inspired by 1999 23
Christian Ehret Ehret-Multiple Shift plunger push-in from the long side, then strip-out with turnover pass
1999 7
Karl Fulves Remote Riser card returned to one half of the deck rises out of other half
2001 7
Harry Lorayne That's The Truth! small packet
Inspired byAlso published here 2001 15
Edward Marlo Simple Shift
2001 122
Fan Control plunger jog
Related to 2001 52
James Swain Push-Though Switch
Jan. 2001
Genii (Vol. 64 No. 1)
81
Andrew Wimhurst Le Paul Jog Control Finesse handling finesse, one-handed rolling of deck face-up while retaining jog
Inspired by Sep. 2001
Ego (Vol. 1 No. 4)
25
Dai Vernon Just Injog
  • Nostalgia's A Breese!
plunger Aces handling
Also published here Jan./Feb. 2002
Mr. Gadfly (Vol. 2 No. 1)
60
Bruce Cervon, Edward Marlo Simple Shift Handling
Jan./Feb. 2003
The Penumbra (Issue 5)
8
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Producers pairs of cards pushed through deck and a composite (suit-value) card emerges
Inspired by
  • "Autoplunger 5" (Gavin Ross, Auto-Plunger, 1994)
Variations
2003 12
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson JS Ace Production
Inspired by 2003 13
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Self-Correcting Sandwich wrong card between two black Jacks becomes right card after a push-through the deck (Auto-Plunger)
2003 27
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Non-Self-Correcting Sandwich Kosky Switch variation with cutting of deck
2003 31
Gary Plants Lie Detector
Inspired by 2004 9
Jackie McClements Pushthru Eliminator card chosen, incomplete faro pushed through a few times to get clues about the color and suit of card, wrong card is determined, still right card shows up reversed in deck
Also published here
  • The Crimp, p. 212
2004 14
Juan Tamariz Rising Cards several methods mentioned
  • Tamariz's Method
Inspired by 2004 125
Cushing Strout The Bohemian Scandal Storytelling of a Sherlock Holmes story, uses plunger principle somewhere and some spelling
2005 33
David "Fu Manchu" Bamberg A Card Control similar to Le Paul's Automatic Jog-Control
Related to 2006 138
Derek Dingle, Karl Fulves Uplifting red Ace "rises" plunger like from deck, then other red Ace, they sandwich selection in center
2006
Prolix (Issue 1)
8
Shiv Duggal Mixed Blessings 3&3
  • Phase One: The First Separation
  • Phase Two: Shake Well to Mix
  • Phase Three: The Second Separation
  • Phase Four: The Face-Up Separation
Mar. 2007
Genii (Vol. 70 No. 3)
20
Plunger Principle used to “reverse” half of the deck as it is “pushed through” the other half, see reference, also see p. 176
Inspired by 2007 171
Plunger Principle also see p. 171
2007 176
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Subway Renovation Improvement on Subway, sandwich effect, card visually teleports between two sandwich cards
Inspired by
  • "Subway" (Dan and Dave Buck, Trilogy DVD Set)
2008 25
Roberto Giobbi Jog-Control
Inspired by Oct. 2008
Genii (Vol. 71 No. 10)
19
Tyler Wilson Ah, Very Near Sloth Control gag method to get control of a card after an incomplete faro control
2008 18
Ken Krenzel, Al Leech Low Rise card rises out of deck in spectator's hands
Inspired byRelated to 2009 201
Lawrence Kam Plunger Principle credit information
2009 203
Lewis Jones Polygram
Related to 2010 145
Karl Fulves The Plunger Principle as applied to rising cards, credit information
2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
478
Lawrence Kam Priceless Card Rise plunger
Also published here
  • The Seven Circles, Sept. 1931
2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
478
Burling Hull The Spirit of Little Bo Peep plunger
Also published here
  • Stage Magic #3, 1935
2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
479
Jack McMillen, T. Page Wright McMillen-Wright Rising Cards plunger
Also published here
  • Genii Vol. 1 No. 1, William W. Larsen, 1936
2010
Prolix (Issue 7)
480
Karl Fulves Hole Card Rise deck with hole though center, a card rises
  • KF Note (plug falls out of deck as intro)
2011
Prolix (Issue 9)
606
Tom Gagnon Slap Control card inserted in deck, then deck put half-way into case and slapped in (injog plungers out)
Also published here 2011 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 2011 18
Tom Gagnon Top Stock Control deck inserted in case after first jog shuffle
Also published here 2011 24
Tom Gagnon Cased Plunger Location deck cased in between selection and control with jog
Inspired byAlso published here 2011 29
Michał Kociołek, Edward Marlo MK Simple Shift Variation a technical variation of Edward Marlo's "Simple Shift"
Inspired by 2012 54
Karl Fulves Last Card Standing twelve cards from Ace to Queen, one named, every other card outjogged, named card is the last card sticking out after diminishing plunger procedure
2012
Prolix (Issue 10)
671
Karl Fulves Background & History credit information on the diminishing plunger (pushing cards back and forth through the deck until one card remains)
2012
Prolix (Issue 10)
672
Karl Fulves Optical Shift "Two Ideas"
Simple Shift type action to controlled position, cut made before the apparent push-in for passive look
2012
Prolix (Issue 10)
696
Neal Elias Plunger Rising Cards two methods
2012 93
Neal Elias Double Card Rise
2012 96
Eddie Fechter A Card Control same as LePaul's "An Automatic Jog-Control"
Also published here 2012 180
Justin Higham Bar-Top Rising Card one-sided plunger
2012 22
Edward Marlo The Simple Shift
2013 11
Steven Hamilton Reverse Plunger Addition outjogged cards removed, cards in between secretly kept
2013 37
Dai Vernon Plunger-Action AASU origin unknown, demonstrated by Vernon 1989
Related to 2013 49
Mike Pisciotta Coming Up
Also published here 2013 94
David Britland Computer Deck
  • Cardopolis
three cards are pushed into deck and push out another card
Related toVariations Jan. 2014
Genii (Vol. 77 No. 1)
18
David Britland Computer Revelation
  • Cardopolis
plunger revelation of selection by pushing cards through the deck, three mates are found as well
Inspired by Apr. 2014
Genii (Vol. 77 No. 4)
24
Harry Lorayne That's The Truth! small packet
Also published here 2015 103
Alexander Hansford Control B Obtain microbreak through plunger principle
2016 16
Ronald A. Wohl (Ravelli) Tilt Subtlety card is pushed out from center via plunger
2016
Hidden Agenda (Issue Mar 15)
79
Mike Pisciotta Coming Up
Also published here 2016 18
Edward Marlo Simple Shift with Hindu Shuffle
2017 71
Jack Carpenter The Texas Wind Card Rise card rises from deck that sticks halfway out of case
2017 88
Ryan Murray Inverted Rising Card incomplete faro shuffle, deck but in case and shaken, all cards drop down except selection, using Double Faro
  • A Slicker Method
  • Alternate Ending (remaining card is not selection but indicates it)
Variations 2018 25
Harry Lorayne The Push-Through Change
2018 108
Harry Lorayne That's The Truth! small packet
Also published here 2018 111
Harapan Ong, Joshua Jay Plunger Lie Detector Lie detector effect using Plunger Principle
2019 39
Tom Gagnon Insertion Plunger Jog card pushed into tabled deck, plunger
Related to 2019 101
Tom Gagnon Multiple Insertion Plunger Jog with multiple cards, tabled
Related to 2019 104
Tom Gagnon Misdirection Cull card inserted in tabled deck, deck spread on table, then between hands, card culled
2019 179
Tom Gagnon T. G. Tabled Multiple Shift cards distributed into tabled deck, deck squared and spread on the table using Gagnon Spread Control
Inspired byVariations 2019 242
Tom Gagnon Multiple Insertion Plunger Jog with multiple cards, tabled
2019 243
Tom Gagnon Four-Flushed Multiple Shift Aces inserted one by one, then one-handed fan before completing multiple shift in hands or on table
Inspired byRelated to 2019 252
Tom Gagnon Swivel Cut Multiple Shift using Multiple Insertion Plunger Jog on table
Inspired by 2019 265
Tom Gagnon Fan Control Multiple Shift one-handed fan before strip-out
Inspired by 2019 268
Tom Gagnon Fan Control Finesse dribble to the table and retaining jog
Inspired by 2019 323
Tom Gagnon Slap Control card inserted in deck, then deck put half-way into case and slapped in (injog plungers out)
Also published here 2019 353
Tom Gagnon Gravity Control two cards inserted in deck, then deck put in case which is only held by its flap
Also published here 2019 355
Tom Gagnon Top Stock Control deck inserted in case after first jog shuffle
Also published here 2019 361
Tom Gagnon Cased Plunger Location deck cased in between selection and control with jog
Also published here 2019 366
Steve Forte Hands-Off Aces incomplete riffle shuffle condition, Aces cut to in different ways
2020 824
Jack Carpenter, Steve Forte Do That Again deck fanned and four Aces instantly appear face-up and out-jogged in fan
Inspired by 2020 1029
Idan Kaufman Messy Injog establishing an in-jog of selected card after in-the-hands spread
2020 16
Larry Jennings Two Card Control with a Plunging Cut
Inspired by 2020 411
Franz Kaslatter Karten Lügen Nie No. 5
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Das Klitzekleine Zauberbuch, 2017, p. 221
2020 7
Tyler Wilson Automatic Jog Control Handling sloppy fan
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Jan. 2005
2022 366
Joe Williamson The Genie Riser plunger rise handling
Also published here
  • MAGIC, Nov. 2010
2022 988
Tom Gagnon Not So Simple Multiple Shift Gagnon Spread Control to get the cards to the bottom after the cut
Inspired by 2022 169
Yoann Fontyn Push-Through Change card pushed though lengthwise packet changes
2023
The Neat Review (Issue 5 - Paris 2022)
247
Jonathan Friedman Your Lucky Card
  • WWPD
deck riffle shuffled, suit of selection taken out and reverse-faro-plunger elimination until one remains, it is also predicted with text on the back of the other cards of that suit
June 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 6)
52