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Mark Martinez
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I am looking for more info on the One-Handed Pop-Out Move. Who's move is it? Where can I find it in print or video?
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Mark

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Mark,

It is Aaron Fisher's one hand version of the J.K. Hartmann Pop-Out. I originally learned it off of the hard-to-find Aaron Fisher Video, Control Freak. Since then, it has been taught in his book, The Paper Engine. I also believe that Brian Tudor included it in his video, Show Off 2.

K.C.
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Thanks KC, I just picked up The Paper Engine and I'll have to dig out Show Off 2.
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It's basically a swingcut but with ring pulling out... eh?
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It's better described as the one-hand version of the two-handed J.K. Hartman pop-out.

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K.C. do you do the move with the whole deck? Or do you just use half the deck?
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Hey Mark,

I do it with a full deck and with half the deck. I usually have a card selected, and then I do the pop-out as a card rise. Laymen go "Wow" because they have no clue as to how it's done, magicians tend to go "Wow" because I can actually do the move.

I use half a deck when I do it in both hands. That's when I want to show off for other magicians.

K.C.
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I am still having problems with this move— I keep dropping the bottom half of the deck when I do the move. Is there a way for me to prevent this? What might I be doing wrong?
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You hold the bottom half with your middle finger. That's how I prevent the bottom half from falling down.

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Mark Martinez
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Do you use your pinky to help keep that card from swinging to the right?
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I saw this pop out move for the first time the other day and I am glad this thread was already in progress so I could find out where to learn it and who's move it is.
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Aaron's move also appeared in MAGIC magazine many, many years ago as well. (when Richard Kaufman published a column in it) I am not sure how much, (if at all) the move had changed since he first released it.
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