17 entries in Cards / Principles / Placement Principles / Nine Card Problem
  
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David Neighbors Who's Lying? - Second Handling lie speller Simplicity at Your Fingertips 29
Ken Simmons Who's Lying? lie spellerInspired by
  • Automatic Speller Placement Principle (Jim Steinmeyer, The New Invocation #43)
Simplicity at Your Fingertips 28
Jon Racherbaumer Dunbury Lie Speller - Eighteen-Card Version Inspired by
  • "Remote Control" (Jim Steinmeyer, The New Invocation #43)
Simplicity at Your Fingertips 30
Karl Fulves One Of Us Is Lying counting location Crooked Tales 6
Karl Fulves You, Babe after counting procedure with birthday a card with value Nine is selected, ninth item on a list matches spectator in humorous wayRelated to
  • The Chronicles #32, Rigmarole #2, Verbatim #2
Crooked Tales 5
Karl Fulves The Wizard of Odds No. 31, nine cards used for "three-card poker", hand with Ace of Spades wins, includes spelling of names, inspired by the Copperfield/Steinmeyer television trick Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 55
Bob King, Jim Steinmeyer, Jon Racherbaumer Tele-Mental Also published here Five-Star Magic 23
Harry Lorayne, Jim Steinmeyer Spel(l)egant small packetRelated to Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20, No. 4) 2773
Jerry K. Hartman Lied and True Steinmeyer Count Principle The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 159
Bob King, Jim Steinmeyer, Jon Racherbaumer Telemental Also published here Great Britain 2001 20
David Regal Compounding A Lie nine cards from deck
- Version One - Red-handed (odd-backed)
- Version Two - Nothing but the Truth (other cards blank)
Constant Fooling 2 12
Jim Steinmeyer The Nine Card Problem small packet spelling discovery, no-touch Impuzzibilities 5
Jim Steinmeyer The Full Deck Problem Nine Card Problem version with deck Impuzzibilities 8
John C. Wagner, Jim Steinmeyer Packet Lie Detector #2 Inspired by Full Metal Jacket 26
Tom Stone Calculated Aces four spectators with a fourth of the deck do some dealing procedure and end up with an ace on top, based on Jim Steinmeyer's "Nine Card Problem" Vortex 32
Adrian Vega, Jim Steinmeyer Código Secreto lie detector with two sets of eight cards Area 52 55
John Hostler Tarot Trip spectator spells things in fourteen-card packet to find selection from tarot deckInspired by
  • "Dunbury Lie Speller" (Jon Racherbaumer, Inside Tracks, 1993)
Firkin of Deipotent Trouvailles 34