Out of Sight-Out of Mind

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Out of Sight-Out of Mind is a card effect by Dai Vernon published in Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets of Card Magic (1960) written by Lewis Ganson.

Effect: The performer takes a shuffled pack and without looking at the faces of the cards while one is being thought of by a spectator, successfully locates the card.

"A Mind-Reading Trick" Expert at the Card Table(1902) was Vernon's inspiration for creating "Out of Sight-Out of Mind".

Here are a few references regarding previous published sources of this trick.

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