I looked up the Zingone pass and it's not what I have. Zingone puts the two packes together, picks them off the table, does the pass and deals. The cards start and remain face down. He starts with two packets.
The differences with my idea are:
1. It's a turnover pass.
2. The deck is SPREAD face-up on the table.
In one continuous motion, you (apparently) scoop the face-up deck together and flip it face down and deal.
Maybe I shouldn't have used the word "pass" in posting this -- it's more like a very sneaky cut (visible, but acceptable). Here's what I've come up with (and note that you MUST start with a spread on the table -- it's all part of scooping up the spread):
1. Deck is spread face-up, left to right. Assume the AS is right in the middle and you want to cut it to the bottom.
2. Left hand is at left end of spead, right hand at right end.
3.Your left hand begins to scoop the cards up, moving left to right, until the left thumb can press on the face of the AS.
4. Stop. Now left hand begins to move its cards straight up, keeping them horizontal, which will lever all the cards to the RIGHT of the AS up to 90 degrees.
5. As soon as those right hand cards are at 90 degrees, the right hand grabs those cards, moves them to the horizontal, and moves LEFT, which will automatically flip the left hand cards face down. The right hand cards come to rest on those cards, also face down.
It's kind of a scoop left, scoop right motion. You can also do it oin the hands, but it's not as good. It's also useful for cuttung a card to the face of a packet -- spread the packet face up in your hands, spot the card you want on the face and do the move as you turn it face down.