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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
S. W. Erdnase Bottom Palm. First Method with left little finger option
Related toVariations 1902 The Expert at the Card Table 86
Frederick Braue Facing the Bottom Card overhand shuffle cover, see references for credit information
Related toVariations 1940 Expert Card Technique 110
Neal Elias Side Jog Multiple Shift swing cut
Related toVariations 1961 The Multiple Shift 9
Edward Marlo Marlo's Princess Trick four phases, using duplicates
Variations 1968 Expert Card Conjuring 93
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 by
  • "Another Cutting Discovery" (Neal Elias, Ibidem, No. 26, p. 9)
Related toVariationsAlso published here
1972 Packet Magic 2
Jerry Andrus Startling Color Change
Variations 1976 Andrus Card Control 59
Daryl Martinez In the Pinch catching selection with 2 quarters while spectator dribbles other half
Related toVariations 1980 Secrets of a "Puerto Rican Gambler" 80
Larry Jennings They Vanish! aces transform into indifferent cards, a moment later appear reversed separated in deck, two methods
Variations 1984 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 17 & 18) 175
Brother John Hamman The Flash Change two cards on the deck
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1985 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 3 No. 28, 29 & 30) 291
William Goodwin For One Transposition isolated four-of-a-kind transposes with selection in deck
Variations 1988 Lecture 1988 3
Geoffrey Latta Deadlier Than The Male three very visual sandwich phases, featuring a visual ambitious card rise
Variations 1990 Spectacle 15
Ken Simmons Simmons Half Pass
Related toAlso published here 1990 Finally! 22
Alex Elmsley Pick of the Litter four touched cards are aces, strip out switch
Related to 1991 The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley — Volume 1 238
Larry Jennings ダブルリフト・ヒットメソッド (Double Lift: Hit Method)
pulling top card to the left
VariationsAlso published here 1993 Larry Jennings's Card Technique 57
Chris Kenner, Brett Wolf Shifty fake SWE shift to visually let ambitious card move to top, only last phase by Brett Wolf
Inspired byVariations 1994 The Pass 121
Aaron Fisher The Illusion Control in context of sandwich routine, mates face-up on top and selection appears between them
Also published here Nov. 1995 Apocalypse (Vol. 18 No. 11) 2569
Steve Beam The Aaron Fisher Better-Than-Lee-Asher Insert
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1131
Aaron Fisher Smokeless Turnover Shift
  • Smokeless Turnover Shift
  • As A Placement Shift
  • Cool To-The-Bottom Alternative
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1131
Aaron Fisher The Joint Shift to the top, Aarongant Principle
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1133
Aaron Fisher Twist If You Got 'Em
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1134
Aaron Fisher Recoil aces put in deck, all cards but the aces turn face up, then aces turn into kings and aces found reversed throughout the pack
Inspired by 1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1136
Steve Beam The Lee Asher Better-Than-Aaron Fisher Insert
1995 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 59) 1139
Aaron Fisher Gum Together chewed gum becomes fresh strip of gum and then magically is sealed again
Also published here 1995 The Minotaur (Vol. 7 No. 3) 1
Aaron Fisher With a Little Help from My Friend spectator selects a card and draws an animal on it, prediction names card and on the back selection is attached
1995 The Minotaur (Vol. 7 No. 4) 10
Aaron Fisher, Jack Birnman The Long and Winding Trick Aces lost, four indifferent cards found, their values used to count down to four cards, they are the Kings, Aces found on other side of counted packets
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 2
Aaron Fisher Hey, Chewed dime visible changes into strip of gum
1995 The Sleight Album 4
Aaron Fisher Gum Together chewed gum becomes fresh strip of gum and then magically is sealed again
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 5
Aaron Fisher Think For Yourself all cards except named one vanish from case, using Deck Vanisher prop
1995 The Sleight Album 7
Aaron Fisher You Never Give Me Your Money three coins, two travel to other hand one by one, then back, they all change to copper
1995 The Sleight Album 8
Aaron Fisher Multiple Shuttle Pass
1995 The Sleight Album 9
Aaron Fisher Here, There, and Everywhere first the Kings travel to the pockets, then the whole deck disappears, leaving only the Kings and a previously selected card
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 10
Aaron Fisher Stealing Cards from Deck to Under Case
1995 The Sleight Album 10
Aaron Fisher Nowhere Pass Variation to second from bottom, with outjog feature
1995 The Sleight Album 11
Aaron Fisher Within You, Without You card to envelope, with card prediction in envelope and drawing on the card, card stolen to under envelope with sticky envelope and deck on table
1995 The Sleight Album 13
Aaron Fisher Sexy Sadie's Sandwich mates face-up on top and selection appears between them
1995 The Sleight Album 15
Aaron Fisher The Illusion Control
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 15
Aaron Fisher You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello (One-Handed Popover) card pops out in the middle of the deck
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 16
Aaron Fisher Nowhere Pass (Bluff Handling)
Also published here 1995 The Sleight Album 16
Aaron Fisher Eleanor Wrigley torn and restored chewing gum strip
1996 The Looking Glass (Issue 3) 107
Aaron Fisher Buenos Notches thread is fed between two slits of a card, cut and restored, two parts clearly separated
Also published here 1996 The Minotaur (Vol. 8 No. 3) 8
Aaron Fisher Casting Doubt movie buff presentation and handling for Dan Harlan's Card-Toon
1996 Lost Studio Sessions 1
Aaron Fisher Buenos Notches thread is fed between two slits of a card, cut and restored, two parts clearly separated
Also published here 1996 Lost Studio Sessions 4
Aaron Fisher The Aggressive Force/Prediction
June 1997 Apocalypse (Vol. 20 No. 6) 2806
Aaron Fisher The Princess five cards, thought of is divined others change to aces
Inspired by 1997 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 65) 1306
Aaron Fisher The "Eight Four" Trick value of designated card in one half of deck dictates position of selection in other half of deck
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 4
Aaron Fisher The Outjog Herrmann Pass & Variations Pass done while selection is out-jogged
  • The Basic Outjog Pass: controls card to bottom
  • The Double Lift Switchout (p. 10): variation, controls card to top
  • The Advanced Outjog Pass (see p. 10)
  • The Outjogged Center Reverse (see p. 11)
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 7
Aaron Fisher The Advanced Outjog Pass improvement of "The Basic Outjog Pass" (p. 7), card is out-jogged normally, not angle-jogged as in original
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 10
Aaron Fisher The Outjogged Center Reverse card is reversed in middle of deck immediately after being seen squared face-down into deck
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 11
Aaron Fisher Fisher's Favorite Inversion selection turns face up in face-down deck, it's removed and dropped face up onto deck and entire deck instantly turns face up beneath it
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 14
Aaron Fisher Simple Searchers spectator handles deck, each time he cuts deck the sandwich cards travel closer to middle of deck, finally sandwiching just one card - the selection
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 16
Aaron Fisher Ace Mis-Show & Vanish an Ace is seen to clearly go between three indifferent cards, it vanishes leaving four indifferent cards, to be used in an Ace Assembly, Three as Ace
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 18
Aaron Fisher Fisher Multiple Lift Sequence to show packet of four as all the same
Also published here 1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 21
Aaron Fisher Half-Pass mechanics with single card beneath packet
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 22
Aaron Fisher The Covered Strip Out Switch
  • Face-Up Covered Strip Out Switch: out-jogged cards in face-up deck are switched for others as they are stripped out
  • Face-Down Covered Strip Out Switch (p. 27): done with deck face down
  • Controlled Covered Strip Out Switch (p. 27): similar to above handling, but retains control of switched-out cards in the deck
  • Quick Sync (see p. 29)
  • The Men's Club (see p. 30)
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 24
Aaron Fisher Quick Sync performer and spectator each choose a card, they are matching mates, uses "The Covered Strip Out Switch" (p. 24) with two cards
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 29
Aaron Fisher, Dan Harlan, Gordon Bean The Men's Club performer out-jogs five cards, spectator chooses one, it is the "odd card" as other four are shown to be a Four-of-a-Kind
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 30
Aaron Fisher, Lee Asher, Mike Strange Basic Math spectator removes four cards from deck, values are added up to make "lucky number", deck is spread and Four-of-a-Kind that matches "lucky number" is face up in deck, force of number is essentially the Gilbreath principle although not credited as such
1997 Labyrinth (Issue 6) 31
Chuck Smith Finale Cards to Pocket ten cards
Variations 2000 Why Not? 18
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Card Across card pushed into one half visually appears out-jogged from other half
Inspired by
  • "Back to the D.E.C.K." (Aaron Fisher, video Card Freak)
Also published here
2001 Artifice, Ruse, and Subterfuge in the Hands 12
Aaron Fisher Acknowledgements
2002 The Paper Engine 4
Aaron Fisher Preface
2002 The Paper Engine 11
Aaron Fisher The Gravity Half Pass invisible Half Pass
Related to 2002 The Paper Engine 15
Aaron Fisher A Simple Sandwich Kings jump to the top sandwiching the selection
2002 The Paper Engine 21
Aaron Fisher A Half Pass Variation while bringing the deck to eye level and looking at the faces
2002 The Paper Engine 24
Aaron Fisher Revolver first one card sticking out the face down deck turns face up, then the whole deck
2002 The Paper Engine 26
Aaron Fisher Misdirection Turnover
2002 The Paper Engine 26
Aaron Fisher The One-Handed Popover card pops out in the middle of the deck
Inspired byAlso published here 2002 The Paper Engine 29
Aaron Fisher Hello Goodbye card visibly jumps from the middle of one half of the deck to the middle of the other half
2002 The Paper Engine 33
Aaron Fisher Pinch Me, I Think I'm Falling card caught with half the deck out of a shower of cards
Inspired by 2002 The Paper Engine 35
Aaron Fisher The Nowhere Pass
VariationsAlso published here 2002 The Paper Engine 36
Aaron Fisher Additional Handlings for the bluff pass to control a card to certain position
2002 The Paper Engine 41
Aaron Fisher Bluff Replacement Subtlety
2002 The Paper Engine 43
Aaron Fisher The Advanced Nowhere Pass
2002 The Paper Engine 46
Aaron Fisher The Illusion Control control with bluff pass concept
VariationsAlso published here 2002 The Paper Engine 48
Aaron Fisher The Outjog Herrmann Pass Herrmann Pass with outjoged selection
2002 The Paper Engine 52
Aaron Fisher The Academic outjog Herrmann Pass Herrmann Pass with outjoged selection, second handling
2002 The Paper Engine 55
Aaron Fisher Don't Fear the Reaper spectator selects four cards from a fan being the four aces
Inspired by 2002 The Paper Engine 57
Aaron Fisher, Daniel Rhod The Undercover Switch three of four, a bit like Vernons strip out addition
2002 The Paper Engine 57
Aaron Fisher The Forced Undercover Switch Undercover Switch, forcing the first card to spectator
2002 The Paper Engine 61
Aaron Fisher Simpatico magician and spectator choose mate
2002 The Paper Engine 62
Aaron Fisher Four by Four spectator selects one of four cards, the other three change into the quartet
2002 The Paper Engine 63
Aaron Fisher The Under Control Switch switching three of four and controlling the outswitched cards
2002 The Paper Engine 64
Aaron Fisher A Usefull Switch switching three of four witch a top card cover half pass of top six cards
Inspired byRelated to 2002 The Paper Engine 66
Aaron Fisher Decking the Top
2002 The Paper Engine 69
Aaron Fisher A Diminishing Lift
Also published here 2002 The Paper Engine 72
Aaron Fisher The All Together Now Shift
2002 The Paper Engine 75
Aaron Fisher The Omen Jack to Ace change in four Jacks of spades, then the other three are sixes
2002 The Paper Engine 81
Aaron Fisher Golden Nugget Queens disapear one at a time from top of the deck and reapearance, with additional "Advanced Handling"
2002 The Paper Engine 85
Aaron Fisher Cover Pass Reverse to Bottom block handling
Inspired by 2002 The Paper Engine 87
Aaron Fisher 2001, an Ace Odyssey
Related to 2002 The Paper Engine 90
Aaron Fisher Facing the Bottom Card Variation overhand shuffle cover
Related to 2002 The Paper Engine 90
Aaron Fisher Leaving a Card Behind
2002 The Paper Engine 91
Aaron Fisher Three Kings one of four cards is chosen and use to count down and find a selection (king), the other three change into the missing kings
Variations 2002 The Paper Engine 94
Aaron Fisher Revolution No. 9 card turns faceup in the deack, then the deck facedown arround the card
2002 The Paper Engine 97
Aaron Fisher Startling Color Change Variation card sticking out from middle of the deck
Inspired byVariations 2002 The Paper Engine 98
Aaron Fisher Helter Skelter card and deck change color
2002 The Paper Engine 101
Aaron Fisher Search and Destroy sleightless
Inspired byRelated toVariations 2002 The Paper Engine 104
Aaron Fisher The Taxman
2002 The Paper Engine 110
Aaron Fisher, Jack Birnman The Long and Winding Trick Aces lost, four indifferent cards found, their values used to count down to four cards, they are the Kings, Aces found on other side of counted packets
Also published here 2002 The Paper Engine 116
S. W. Erdnase, Aaron Fisher Overhand Stock Shuffle
2002 The Paper Engine 116
Aaron Fisher Here, There, and Everywhere first the Kings travel to the pockets, then the whole deck disappears, leaving only the Kings and a previously selected card
Also published here 2002 The Paper Engine 119
Aaron Fisher Stealing Cards from Deck to Under Case while closing the case
2002 The Paper Engine 119
William Goodwin King Brand red Kings between black Fours, they transpose two times, then Daley's Last
Variations 2002 Penumbra (Issue 1) 14
Aaron Fisher The King Is Gone, But He's Not Forgotten red Kings between black Fours, they transpose two times, then Daley's Last, without extra card
Related to 2002 Penumbra (Issue 3) 9
Aaron Fisher Outjog Half Pass cover for half pass
2002 Penumbra (Issue 3) 12
Jamy Ian Swiss (reviewer) The Paper Engine by Aaron Fisher (written by John Lovick) Sep. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 9) 74
Richard Kaufman Lighter Than Air: Aaron Fisher, Gravity, and The Paper Engine intro
Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 34
Nathan Kranzo, Aaron Fisher Interview
Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 35
Aaron Fisher Three Ways to Leave Your Lover three cards removed, they are all shown to be selection, then indifferent, featuring all-alike sequence with extra card
Also published here Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 36
Aaron Fisher The Covered Back-Slip Force
Also published here Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 38
Aaron Fisher Four-Card Revelation
VariationsAlso published here Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 42
Aaron Fisher Catching the Switch
Inspired by
  • "Throwing the Switch" (John Mendoza, 1982)
Also published here
Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 44
Aaron Fisher Ambitious Graduate diagonally outjogged, both hands on deck
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Dec. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 12) 46
Karl Fulves Introduction memory championship, Hofzinser's work, Robert-Houdin, S. H. Sharpe, history of card magic, Martin Lewis, Paper Engine, Harvey Rosenthal, George Kaplan's The Fine Art of Magic
Related to 2003 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 8) 278
Aaron Fisher From the Author
2003 FISM 2003 3
Aaron Fisher The Channel Change card outjogged on the top of the deck
Also published here
  • "Outside Change" (Channel One #9, 2002)
2003 FISM 2003 4
Aaron Fisher The Multiple Cortez - It's a Killer single cut, deck remains in order
Inspired by 2003 FISM 2003 7
Aaron Fisher The Covered Jinx Switch see also p. 12
2003 FISM 2003 10
Aaron Fisher The Grinning Goodwin four Aces transpose with selection reversed in deck
Inspired by 2003 FISM 2003 11
Aaron Fisher Natural Born Filler card pushed under deck or packet from back side and plamed in the process
2003 FISM 2003 16
Aaron Fisher Hit the Road two Jokers rubbed face-to-face, they change into two selections, then back to Jokers
2003 FISM 2003 18
Aaron Fisher Modified Braue Reversal
2003 FISM 2003 18
Aaron Fisher Three Ways to Leave Your Lover three cards removed, they are all shown to be selection, then indifferent, featuring all-alike sequence with extra card
Also published here 2003 FISM 2003 21
Aaron Fisher The Covered Back-Slip Force
Also published here 2003 FISM 2003 26
Aaron Fisher Four-Card Revelation
Also published here 2003 FISM 2003 31
Aaron Fisher Catching the Switch
Inspired by
  • "Throwing the Switch" (John Mendoza, 1982)
Also published here
2003 FISM 2003 34
Aaron Fisher Ambitious Graduate diagonally outjogged, both hands on deck
Also published here 2003 FISM 2003 37
Aaron Fisher, Nathan Kranzo An Interview with Aaron (Conducted by Nathan Kranzo)
2003 FISM 2003 42
Wesley James Low Lateral Switches
  • Low Lateral Addition
  • Low Lateral Substitution (with half-pass on top of deck under cover cards)
Related to 2004 Enchantments 373
Duc Nhien The Quarter Pass
Related to 2005 Overlap 131
Michael Powers Finders Keepers named progressive sandwich
Inspired byVariations 2006 Power Plays 165
Aaron Fisher Set Phasers To Kill thought of card found by reversing one Seven value in deck as indicator and using it to find it
Aug. 2006 Genii (Vol. 69 No. 8) 67
Richard Kaufman Genii Speaks on geometrical vanishes, tenth Los Angeles History Conference, Jim Steinmeyer, Guy Hollingworth, The Magic Circle, Nintendo's "Master of Illusion", Tony Giorgio, Aaron Fisher, Harry Lorayne, Disneyland, Haunted Mansion, Kostya Kimlat, Raymond Crowe
Jan. 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 1) 12
Richard Kaufman (reviewer) Panic by Aaron Fisher Jan. 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 1) 15
Danny Orleans (reviewer) Panic by Aaron Fisher Aug. 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 8) 84
Aaron Fisher Shattered
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
single Joker changes into a four-of-a-kind
Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 34
Aaron Fisher, Larry Jennings On Break Get-Readys pinky count comment, alternative
Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 34
Aaron Fisher Third Finger Classic Palm Grip
Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 35
Aaron Fisher Notes on the Left Hand "High" Dealing Grip
Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 35
Aaron Fisher Hit Double Lift Handling working from in-jogged configuration
Inspired by Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 36
Aaron Fisher The Gravity Palm Replacement one-handed
Also published here Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 37
Aaron Fisher Rock Out With Your Block Out
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
card in hand transposes with four-of-a-kind at different positions reversed in deck
Inspired by Mar. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 3) 30
Aaron Fisher Gravity Palm Replacement one-handed, brief
Also published here Mar. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 3) 32
Aaron Fisher That's It for the Other One (An Ace Assembly)
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
four packets cut on table, a King placed on each, spectator covers one packet with hand, all Kings travel under hand
May 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 5) 44
Aaron Fisher Switch-Out Sequence handling for classic switch on top of deck
May 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 5) 45
Aaron Fisher Erdnase Bottom Palm Variation see also p. 48
Inspired by May 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 5) 46
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) Search and Destroy: Featuring the Nowhere Pass by Aaron Fisher May 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 5) 93
Aaron Fisher Steal Your Face: The Real Bicycle Thief
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
only Kings in hand, they travel to different pockets
  • On Chuck Smith's Final Card
Inspired by July 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 7) 26
Aaron Fisher The Search for the Perfect Sleight
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
Sep. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 9) 34
Aaron Fisher The All Around Square Up Palm
Sep. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 9) 34
Aaron Fisher Rock N'Rye
  • Tension, Focus, and Design in Card Magic
Inspired by
  • "Fisher's Favorite Inversion" (Aaron Fisher)
Nov. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 11) 18
Aaron Fisher Horizontal to Vertical Turnover lowering left hand
Nov. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 11) 19
Aaron Fisher Introduction
2010 The Graduate 2
Aaron Fisher The Graduate diagonally outjogged, both hands on deck
  • The Effect
  • The Setup
  • The Gradual Shift
  • Origins and Credits
  • On the Gradual Shift
  • On Keeping the Gradual Shift in Alignment
  • On the Moment
  • Timing the Classic Pass
  • The Gradual Shift Approach
  • Toward and Even More Deceptive Shift
  • On the Right-Hand Riffle Action
  • Alternate Approaches
Inspired by 2010 The Graduate 4
Aaron Fisher Afterword
2010 The Graduate 30
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) One-Hand Popover by Aaron Fisher Mar. 2010 Genii (Vol. 73 No. 3) 74
Joe M. Turner (reviewer) "Card Magic and Beyond" Online Videos by Aaron Fisher Apr. 2010 Genii (Vol. 73 No. 4) 92
Dustin Stinett (reviewer) The Revolution & Helter Skelter by Aaron Fisher Nov. 2010 Genii (Vol. 73 No. 11) 87
Gary Plants Search for the Seven Suspects
Inspired by 2011 Lecture Notes — Honolulu Hawaii 27
Aaron Fisher The Glide
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
different handlings, side glide
Aug. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 8) 40
Aaron Fisher The Overhand Shuffle Control
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
Oct. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 10) 34
Aaron Fisher Part I: The Shuffle
Oct. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 10) 34
Aaron Fisher Part II: The Control in-jog
Oct. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 10) 36
Aaron Fisher The Break - Part 1
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
Dec. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 12) 52
Aaron Fisher Obtaining a Break at the Center of the Deck
Dec. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 12) 52
Aaron Fisher On the Flesh Break
Dec. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 12) 52
Aaron Fisher Enter the Jog
Dec. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 12) 53
Aaron Fisher After Your Jog, Take a Nice Break
Dec. 2011 Genii (Vol. 74 No. 12) 54
Jon Armstrong, Aaron Fisher Sandwich Card Transformation
2011 The Magical Adventures of Jon Armstrong 30
Aaron Fisher The Diminishing Lift Sequence
Mar. 2011 Antinomy (Vol. 4 No. 3) 31
Allan Ackerman, Aaron Fisher Searching for a Thought with named card
Related to 2012 The Cardjurer 73
Allan Ackerman, Aaron Fisher Impromptu Searching for a Thought with named card
Related to 2012 The Cardjurer 75
John Born, Tatanka Tan Card under Spectator's Shoe Signed selection appears under spectator's shoe, can be done with memorized deck or impromptu, includes variation where deck appears under magician's foot, using Aaron Fisher's Panic gimmick
Inspired by 2012 Seeking the Bridge 182
Aaron Fisher The Break, Part 2
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 32
Aaron Fisher Obtaining a Break Near the Bottom of the Deck
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 32
Aaron Fisher How to Hold a Break Near the Bottom of the Deck
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 32
Aaron Fisher Everybody's Favorite: the Right Thumb Count from bottom
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 32
Aaron Fisher The Overhand Shuffle
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 33
Aaron Fisher Openly Spreading the Cards to Get the Break near the bottom
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 33
Aaron Fisher Advanced Methods: Cliff Green and Herb Zarrow intro
Feb. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 2) 34
Aaron Fisher, Larry Jennings The Break, Part III: Perfecting the Two- and Three-Card Break
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
pushing off cards and pulling them back
  • Larry's Lesson
  • The Left Thumb Action
  • The Right-Hand Cover and Left-Hand Replacement
  • The Lock
  • Highway Left Thumb Revisited
  • Putting it Together: The Three-Card Break
  • Conclusion
Apr. 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 4) 50
Aaron Fisher The Double Turnover, Part I
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic
intro
  • Tracing the Double Turnover to Its Lair
June 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 6) 38
Aaron Fisher The Vernon One-Hand Push-Off comments
June 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 6) 39
Aaron Fisher, Dai Vernon The Vernon Two-Hand Push-Off comments
June 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 6) 39
Aaron Fisher The Drag-n-Flip Turnover
June 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 6) 40
Aaron Fisher The Double Turnover, Part II
  • Aaron Fisher Teaches Card Magic

  • 10 Years Later
  • Evolutionary Card Magic: Lines and Stages
  • First Things First
  • Thoughts and Commentary
    • Naturalness and Uniformity of Action
    • The Process Unfolds Over Time
July 2012 Genii (Vol. 75 No. 7) 42
Eric Stevens Gradual Reuben Slow motion sandwich, sandwich cards gradually move through the deck to sandwich freely thought-of card (Searchers)
Inspired by 2015 Skybound 29
John Hostler ConvergySearchers odd-backed sandwich cards
Related to 2018 Firkin of Deipotent Trouvailles 23
Allan Hagen Take Five Indicator card appears between Jokers, count down to find selection, Jokers transform into other two mates
Inspired byRelated to Apr. 2018 Elixir (Vol. 1 No. 4 (Spring #1)) 44
Tony Cabral Needle in a Haystack (and the Damage Done) named card
Inspired by 2019 Things to do in Denver when you're dead 23
Michael Powers Goin’ Fishing two selections lost, Jokers appear on deck, Jokers pushed sideways through deck, selection between it, then switching sandwiches phase
Inspired by 2020 Magic for BLM 185
Tom Dobrowolski, Jeremiah Zuo Transfer Addition as packet is placed elevated over deck, left thumb lifts and adds cards from the deck, see p. 19 for second handling
Inspired by Apr. 2021 The Disclaimer (Vol. 1 No. 1) 16
Aaron Fisher Diminishing Lift Sequence
Also published here 2022 Ubuntu 35
David Jade Swing Control similar to Bow-to-stern Control
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Sep. 2003
2022 Talk About Tricks (Issue 1) 225
Robert Moreland The Cloud Change starts with empty hand, top card gotten rid of
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Aug. 2004
2022 Talk About Tricks (Issue 1) 322