179 entries in Cards / Sleights / Controls / Insertions
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Diagonal Insertion
1889 29
Diagonal Insertion
1890 15
To Get Sight of Selected Card with spectator insertion subtlety, three centre glimpses
1902 168
To bring Four Cards together after they have been placed in different parts of the Pack unclear whether the cards are secretly or openly stripped out
1911 98
Wilf. Huggins Returning a Card to the "Fan"
1933 68
The Riffle Return No. 2 of "Substitutes for the Pass"
1935 92
A Smart Location card is inserted and hit through deck, control with riffle shuffle
1937 23
Walter B. Gibson Surpasso selection is inserted in cased deck by spectator and divined, deck pressed together in case
1937 32
The Push Location Tap Injog
1938 35
Sam Leo Horowitz The Fan selection is controlled via jog, with finesse by Horowitz
Related to 1938 190
Jogging the Selection
1938 47
Fan Control spectator inserts card in fan
a/. (Automatic Jog Control)
b/. Riffle Control
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1938 49
The Side Jog diagonal push-in
1940 102
Automatic Jog No. I, II, III three methods (including Plunger)
1940 104
The Tap tapping a produding card "through" the squared pack
Related toVariations 1940 122
Ruffle Return heel break
1940 126
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Diagonal Location
1946 45
Diagonal Insertion
1946 12
Master Card Control fanning with injog
1948 24
Audley Walsh Ace Assembly bluff multiple shift, all cards go to same position, fan insertion into same spot
1948/27 133
Dai Vernon Insertion of the Cards alternative to diagonal insertion, getting a break underneath out-jogged card
Related to 1950 464
Bill Simon Tapping the Cards through the deck, forming injog, with four Aces
Related to 1952 55
Bill Simon The Simon Card Control jog, insertion from the side with deck in end grip
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1952 93
Edward Marlo Insertion Break getting break underneath outjogged card
Related to 1953 139
Jerry Andrus The Diagonal Jog left first finger presses onto deck as card is pushed in for diagonal jog, with second method of holding the deck
Related to 1956 46
Jerry Andrus The Push Thru card pushed in at the front ends up in-jogged, with squaring on the table
1956 53
Edward Marlo The Insertion Steals from center
Variations 1957 40
Diagonal Insertion
1957 145
James Steranko Diagonal Jog Push Thru card ends injogged
Variations 1960 6
James Steranko Multiple Insertion flourishy way to insert four cards at different positions
1960 36
James Steranko Two Methods for In Jogging a Card
  • The Thumb Jog (as top half is replaced)
  • The Push Thru (card hit through loosely held deck)
Related to 1960 43
Edward Marlo For One Card card is inserted, but jog retained
Variations 1961 8
Edward Marlo New Jogging Action
1961 48
Edward Marlo Insertion Crimp as selection is pushed in deck
1961 21
Cliff Green Diagonal Insertion Handling to in-jog
Also published here 1961 24
Jack Merlin Squeeze Insertion
1961 11
Edward Marlo The Master Position on the Master position, which is: card(s) secretly in-jogged for most of their length (see fig. 7) or less (see fig. 42), after a diagonal insertion, applications:
  • to Rear Palm
  • to the bottom of the deck (five methods)
Inspired by 1961
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1961)
65
Edward Marlo Transferring the Cards transferring the deck in Master Position, cards can be copped with right hand
1961
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1961)
69
Jerry Andrus The Diagonal Jog
1961 5
Diagonal Insertion
1962 233
Diagonal Insertion
1963 56
Diagonal Insertion
1967 130
J. W. Sarles Jog Control card openly inserted from side
Related to May 1967 99
Bill Simon, J. W. Sarles Jog Control Variation
Related toAlso published here July 1967 110
Dai Vernon Jog Control
Dec. 1967 143
Dai Vernon Another Control break obtained above chosen card
Dec. 1967 148
Joseph K. Schmidt Diagonal Push-Thru
Related to 1968 8
Joseph K. Schmidt The Delayed Push-Thru
1968 10
Joseph K. Schmidt Another Method for the Strip-Out Rise plunger
1968 34
Diagonal Insertion
1971 219
Jerry K. Hartman Out-jogged Card Control out-jogged card controlled to second from bottom
Related to 1971 19
Frederick Braue Fan Control brief
Also published here 1972 15
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Four Ace Variation No. 192, chosen pile put on top of deck, spectator has finger on back, they become the four Aces, last sentence sounds like some passive multiple shift (bluff spacing?) without details
Related to 1972 47
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Fake Ace Placement No. 196, Aces inserted into fan all end up on top, perhaps slid all the way in until they are out and riding under/behind the fan?!
Related to 1972 47
Karl Fulves Tilt Up Front front insertion control, selection that is inserted is double and bottom card rides to bottom
Related to 1973 92
Karl Fulves The Controlled Insertion tabled, resutling in a jogged position
1973 59
Karl Fulves The Fake Insertion chapter intro
1973 59
Karl Fulves The Fake Insertion card is apparently inserted in tabled deck but lapped or held against table edge
1973 60
Lin Searles Tap Jog card squared in by tapping on table, yet jog retained
Autumn 1973
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 8th Folio)
667
Jerry K. Hartman Friction Jog Getting a diagonal jog without angling, similar to Diagonal Jog by Jerry Andrus, pressure at upper right corner
Also published here 1973 13
Jerry Mentzer The Basic MPT Control "multiple push through", card pushed in and left thumb moves it to injogged position, second half of it is done one-handed
Related to 1973 3
Jerry Mentzer MPT Control For Several Cards "multiple push through", with several cards, one by one, all end up injogged
1973 6
Jerry Mentzer One Hand Riffle convincer after insertion of selection
1973 12
Jerry Mentzer Two Hand Riffle convincer after insertion of selection(s)
1973 13
Diagonal Insertion to side-jog
1973 16
Edward Marlo The False Tilt card goes into break, next cards in same position
1974 1
Karl Fulves Heel Break Insertion riffling to heel break
1975 86
Paul LePaul The Fan Location without credit
1975 31
Jerry Andrus Clivot Principle Clamp Pivot Principle, pushing the card in and jogging it to the side, different variations, Diagonal Push In (DPI)
Related toVariations 1976 19
Roger Smith Ultimate Outjog Systems "A Synthesis of Development"
intro
1977 7
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 1977 7
Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan
1978 72
Edward Marlo Marlo Jog Control injogging inserted card
1978 38
Bill Simon Simon Card Control
Also published here 1978 48
Reverse Diagonal Insertion
1979 73
Harry Lorayne The Subtle Jog
1979 123
Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan
1979 31
Bill Simon Taps card is tapped through deck, one-handed
1979 52
Multiple Tap Through Control
1979 68
Quik Control method to backjog card above selection, sliding blocks
Related to 1980
The Chronicles (Issue 27)
1332
Don England Inserting a Card into a Break
1981 20
Juan Tamariz Control Perpendicular Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
Also published here 1981 14
Jon Racherbaumer Jog-Podge Control finessed, with fan
1982 125
Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan
1982 453
Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan
1983 124
Bill Simon Die Simon-Kartenkontrolle jog, insertion from the side
Also published here Nov. 1984
Intermagic (Vol. 11 No. 2)
67
Audley Walsh Bluff Fan Insertion apparently at different positions in fan
1985 101
Immediate Shuffle Control card hit on front so it comes out at back, corner crimped
1985 23
Frederick Braue Braue Side Jog diagonal insertion
1985 16
Frederick Braue Braue Injog injog after diagonal insertion, side dribble ("spill") convincer
Related toVariations 1985 16
Larry Jennings The Immaculate Insertion achieving very squared condition
Variations 1986 27
Dai Vernon Left Side Diagonal Insertion
1987 17
John C. Wagner A Control anglejogging
1987 1
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) Basic Move, bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1989/91 21
Ken Krenzel Flourish Insertion one-handed insertion of top card in center
1990 96
Injog Insertion injogging a selection
Sep. 1991 6
Vanni Bossi A Different Push Through Technique diagonal insertion variation
1991 8
William Larsen, T. Page Wright The L. W. Diagonal Side Steal
1991 88
Jerry K. Hartman Friction Jog Getting a diagonal jog without angling, similar to Diagonal Jog by Jerry Andrus, pressure at upper right corner
Also published here 1991 131
Bluff Spacing Fan Distribution cards together but look apart
1992 35
Bill Simon Taps Control slapping card through deck
1993 68
Eddie Fechter A Card Control same as LePaul's "An Automatic Jog-Control"
Related toAlso published here 1993 121
Looy Simonoff Card Replacement card apparently placed in center of fan, really on face
1994 128
Juan Tamariz TPC - Basic Move bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
1994 2
Audley Walsh Optical Fan Insertion two cards apparently placed in two different places in a fan
Related to 1994 926
Roger Crosthwaite Diagonal Push-Through
Also published here 1994 119
Roger Crosthwaite Diagonal Push-Through
Also published here Sep. 1994
Opus (Vol. 5 No. 2)
6
The Diagonal Insertion into squared deck, or into fan
1995 69
Tom Gagnon The Tap Illusion (Single Card) card out jogged in deck is tapped with a card and apparently squared in the deck, in that process card is stolen and loaded on tapping card
Related to 1995 1023
Tom Gagnon Tap Illusion (Half Deck) card out jogged in packet is tapped with a packet and apparently squared in the deck, in that process card is stolen and loaded under tapping packet
1995 1025
Tom Gagnon Vertical Tap Illusion card out jogged in packet is tapped with a packet and apparently squared in the deck, in that process card is stolen and loaded under tapping packet, vertical
1995 1028
Tom Gagnon Fan Tap card is tapped in deck with half deck fanned, control
1995 1030
Tom Gagnon Tap Illusion Feint card out jogged in packet is tapped with a packet and apparently squared in the deck, in that process card is stolen and loaded under tapping packet, with finesse
1995 1031
Tom Gagnon Sideways Tap tap illusion variation
1995 1036
Tom Gagnon Taps more ideas with the tap illusion, see also p. 1096 for additional idea by Steve Beam
1995 1037
Tom Gagnon More on the Tap Illusion
  • The Elliptical False Count
Related to 1995 1068
J. W. Sarles One-Handed Injog card starts side-jogged
1995
Underworld (Issue 1)
10
Audley Walsh Optical Fan Insertion two cards apparently placed in two different places in a fan
1995 41
Aldo Colombini Odla Control jog, insertion from the side with deck in end grip
Related to 1995 8
Diagonal Insertion
1997 22
Rafael Benatar Inserting a Card into a Break from front
1998 533
The Insertion of the Cards for Multiple Shift
  • The Standard Method
  • The Fan Method
  • The Ribbon Spread Method
1998 663
Ken Simmons The "Real" Immaculate Insertion Breakout Display combined with Immaculate Insertion
Inspired by Jan. 1998
Onyx (Issue 2)
25
Guy Hollingworth Riffle Convincer
1999 134
Diagonal Insertion brief
1999 31
Cliff Green Auto In-jog Via Top of the Pass
Also published here 1999 13
Push-Through Angle Jog
2001 100
M. Cazenseuve Fake Fan Insertion really on top, see "Magic Without Apparatus" (Camille Gaultier, p. 85)
2002 86
Larry Jennings Selection Procedure before the Pass
2002 239
Juan Tamariz Perpendicular Control bringing inserted card in perpendicular position, brief
Also published here 2002 15
Push-In Break break at out-jog, can be established above or below after push-in
2003 64
Juan Tamariz The Tamariz Perpendicular Control (TPC) several applications
2004 359
Diagonal Insertion
2005 16
One-Handed Diagonal Insertion card pushed in with first finger, ends up injogged
Related toAlso published here 2005 36
One-Handed Diagonal Insertion card pushed in with first finger, ends up injogged
Also published here 2006 56
Harry Riser The Inserted Card Control with Countdown spectator pushes card flush, performer pushes reversed Five in deck and selection is five cards down
Also published here
  • MUM, Nov. 2001
2006 19
Rafael Benatar Spring Insertion placing card in the center at known position, apparently haphazardly
2006 118
Dai Vernon Vernon Side Jog left side diagonal insertion
2007 49
Don May May's No Strip Out Multiple Shift five methods, with bluff spacing
Related toVariations 2007 115
Ken Krenzel The Bluff Fan Insertion to top
2009 57
Arie Vilner The Squeeze Control insertion from the side with deck in end grip (Simon Control), then card is stolen or lapped
  • Version 1 - One Handed SC
  • Version 2 - Two Handed SC
  • Version 3 - Using the Longitudinal Palm (holding pen as cover)
Inspired by 2009 77
Yves Carbonnier Squeeze Control as Yves Cabernet, card is squeezed in the deck and break is formed
2010 295
Roberto Giobbi Push-In inserting a card at inner end with applications:
- setting key
- next to crimp or getting break
- Diagonal Palm Shift (see also John Carney, Book of Secrets)
2010
Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 9)
77
Dai Vernon In Lieu of the Diagonal Push-In
Related to 2010
Secret Agenda (Issue Apr 7)
108
Insertion Jog
2011 77
Jerry Andrus Clivot Control Principle angle-jogging technique during insertion
2011 1
Tom Gagnon Cased Card Controls inserting a card in a cased deck and setting a small jog
  • Counterclockwise Rotation
  • Clockwise Rotation
  • Variation A
  • Variation B
  • Variation C
  • Variation D
  • Tip (card clip)
Also published here 2011 2
Tom Gagnon Push Through Jogs card ends up injogged
Inspired byAlso published here 2011 14
Tom Gagnon Fan Control card pushed into deck one-handed, automatic jog control with squared deck, incorporating temporarily putting deck in case and one-handed fan
  • Variation A
  • Variation B (for two cards)
Also published here 2011 31
Eddie Fechter A Card Control same as LePaul's "An Automatic Jog-Control"
Also published here 2012 180
Juan Tamariz Tamariz Perpendicular Control enhanced TPC handling, bringing inserted card in perpendicular position
Inspired by 2012 7
Diagonal Insertion card ends up in-jogged
2013 351
R. Paul Wilson The Consistent Control retaining side-jog during in-the-hands riffle shuffle
2014 57
Helder Guimarães Insertion of Double Card inserting a double in front end of deck, with wiggling
Also published here Oct. 2015
Genii (Vol. 78 No. 10)
32
Bill Simon, Will Houstoun, Alexander Hansford Control A Sidejogging a card during square up to obtain microbreak, sidejog finesse provided by Will Houstoun, cut card to the top of the deck
Inspired by 2016 13
Alexander Hansford Control B Obtain microbreak through plunger principle
2016 16
Roberto Giobbi The Lateral Insertion sideways insertion
  • Control
  • Multiple Shift
Related to 2016
Hidden Agenda (Issue Nov 5)
318
Dai Vernon, Roberto Giobbi The Dai Vernon Multiple Shift
  • Insertion of the Cards
  • False Insertion
  • Control Shuffle
  • With Chosen Cards
2016 60
Diagonal Insertion
2018 293
Rafael Benatar Inserting a Card into a Break heel break
2018 26
Diagonal insertion to side-jog
2018 42
Jerry Andrus Clivot Control diagonal insertion method with pressure points
2019 87
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 Multiple Insertion Plunger Jog with multiple cards, tabled
2019 243
Don May, Tom Gagnon Display Move & Variation bluff spacing
Related to 2019 275
Tom Gagnon Tap Illusion out-jogged card apparently tapped into deck with another card, really stolen onto the face of that card
Inspired by 2019 308
Tom Gagnon Cased Card Controls inserting a card in a cased deck and setting a small jog
  • Counterclockwise Rotation
  • Clockwise Rotation
  • Variation A
  • Variation B
  • Variation C
  • Variation D
  • Comments (card clip)
Also published here 2019 344
Tom Gagnon Push Through Jog card ends up injogged
Also published here 2019 352
Tom Gagnon Fan Control card pushed into deck one-handed, automatic jog control with squared deck, incorporating temporarily putting deck in case and one-handed fan
  • Variation A
  • Variation B (for two cards)
Also published here 2019 368
Helder Guimarães Insertion of Double Card inserting a double in front end of deck, with wiggling
Also published here 2019 16
Nathan Colwell Tabled-Jog card inserted into tabled deck, jog retained
2019
Silhouette (Vol. 1 No. 2)
14
Steve Forte Tabled Diagonal Insertion
2020 854
Steve Forte Tilt Shift bluff spacing multiple shift
Related to 2020 1016
Anthony Miller The Out and Up Control direct, also as direct palm
July 2020
Genii (Vol. 83 No. 7)
71
Double Diagonal Insertion two break
2020 362
Audley Walsh Optical Fan Insertion
2021 173
Bluff Spacing Insertion
2022 161
Diagonal Insertion multiple cards at different positions
2023 70