Nine Card Problem
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Ken Simmons Who's Lying? lie speller inspired by Automatic Speller Placement Principle (Jim Steinmeyer, The New Invocation #43) 1993 Simplicity at Your Fingertips 28
David Neighbors Who's Lying? - Second Handling lie speller 1993 Simplicity at Your Fingertips 29
Jon Racherbaumer Dunbury Lie Speller - Eighteen-Card Version inspired by "Remote Control" (Jim Steinmeyer, The New Invocation #43) 1993 Simplicity at Your Fingertips 30
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 way see also The Chronicles #32, Rigmarole #2, Verbatim #2 1994 Crooked Tales 5
Karl Fulves One Of Us Is Lying counting location 1994 Crooked Tales 6
Harry Lorayne & Jim Steinmeyer Spel(l)egant small packet see also "Packet Lie Detector #2" (John C. Wagner & Jim Steinmeyer, 2005) 1997 Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 4) 2773
Jerry K. Hartman Lied and True Steinmeyer Count Principle 1998 The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 159
David Regal Compounding A Lie nine cards from deck
- Version One - Red-handed (odd-backed)
- Version Two - Nothing but the Truth (other cards blank)
2002 Constant Fooling 2 12
Jim Steinmeyer The Nine Card Problem small packet spelling discovery, no-touch 2002 Impuzzibilities 5
Jim Steinmeyer The Full Deck Problem Nine Card Problem version with deck 2002 Impuzzibilities 8
John C. Wagner & Jim Steinmeyer Packet Lie Detector #2 inspired by "Spel(l)egant" (Harry Lorayne & Jim Steinmeyer, 1997) 2005 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" 2010 Vortex 32