What this move looks like: The top half of the deck is lifted up. The bottom card of the top half is shown. The top half is replaced.
What happens: the shown card is controlled to the bottom of the deck.
How it happens: as the top half is brought face down the bottom (glimpsed) card is glided to the right about a 1/4 inch by the right fingertips. The right pinky now contacts the corner of the protruding selection and buckles it inward. The top half approaches the bottom half from the back and the the bottom half goes between the top half and the selection.
It's similar to the Kelly Bottom Replacement, but the card is buckled, not levered and the top half approaches the bottom half from the opposite direction.
I'm looking for the move's name, creator and where it is published.
If this helps, I'm pretty sure a variation of this move was in Best of Friends #1, but I don't have my copy handy at the moment. If someone does have a copy handy, I'd appreciate a look up. If memory serves me right, Harry Lorayne's variation placed the card second from the bottom.
Thanks in advance for the help.