26 entries in Cards / Principles / Outs for lost cards
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown Out for Lost Card
1909 The Art of Magic 151
Unknown 26 - New start from wrong turn-up. An out if the card turned up at the end of count/spell is wrong
1940 "Outs" Precautions and Challenges 41
Charles Hopkins 32 - The "Eveready Life Saver" If card is lost without having peeked at it previously
1940 "Outs" Precautions and Challenges 45
Unknown The Lost Card how to locate a lost but known card
1940 Expert Card Technique 192
Unknown The Spectator Peek in context of "missed" peek
1940 Expert Card Technique 411
Val Andrews Miracle-Location No. 3, selection apparently found but not shown, gag
1970 (ca.) The Idiot at the Card Table 4
Val Andrews Sort it out for Yourself! No. 29, cards thrown at spectator, gag
1970 (ca.) The Idiot at the Card Table 11
Val Andrews Who did you EXPECT? No. 30, gag
1970 (ca.) The Idiot at the Card Table 11
Eddie Fechter How Do You Want Me To Find Your Card? selection is found again and again in quick fashion, as an out
Also published here 1974 Card Cavalcade II 167
Karl Fulves Time Sharing strategy to buy time for head work in card counting
Inspired by 1982 Card Counting 9
Unknown Lost Card Subterfuge card to pocket as out for lost card
1985 The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 1) 23
Eddie Fechter How Do You Want Me To Find Your Card? selection is found again and again in quick fashion, as an out
Also published here 1993 Fechter 253
Roberto Giobbi Outs for Disasters and Disturbances
  • Disasters
  • Disturbances from the Audience
  • Conclusion
  • Recommended Reading
1996 Card College — Volume 2 461
Unknown Refinements and Final Thoughts
  • Security
  • The Spectator Shuffles
  • Psychology
  • A Lost Card
1998 Card College — Volume 3 563
David Berglas Think of a Card from a fan, also with faro fan
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 518
Steven Youell Fail-Safe Guidelines avoiding mistakes
  • Rule #1
  • Rule #2
  • Rule #3
  • Rule #4
2004 Weapons of Mass Destruction 55
Asi Wind Dishonesty what to do when the spectator lies about his card, Haunted Deck as example
2007 Chapter One 7
Roberto Giobbi A Humorous Out out for situation when spectator think of any card
2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 10) 78
Roberto Giobbi Out and Quickie out for situation when spectator think of any card, posed as problem
Related to 2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 11) 79
Roberto Giobbi, Dai Vernon An Emotional Out out for situation when spectator think of any card
Related to 2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 13) 81
Roberto Giobbi Out gag out when finding wrong card
2010 Secret Agenda (Issue June 3) 165
Roberto Giobbi Wrong Card outs when wrong card is located
2010 Secret Agenda (Issue July 17) 213
Roberto Giobbi When You've Lost the Card two strategies
2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Nov 11) 335
Roberto Giobbi Solution for Out and Quickie out for situation when spectator think of any card, solution
Related to 2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Mar 12) 80
Ben Seward Outs Outs to use in case you cannot guess their thought of card
2013 Cog 27
John Cottle, Joseph Barry 2 Way Out two outs for lost selection
2017 Operandi (Issue 2) 18