The New Yorker was certainly making a misdeal every time he got the cards.
"Somewhere in Red Gap" by Harry Leon Wilson
I shoulda hollered misdeal, all right.
"The Uphill Climb" by B. M. Bower
A misdeal loses the deal.
"The Laws of Euchre" by H. C. Leeds
In the event of a misdeal the cards must be dealt again by the same player.
"Auction of To-day" by Milton C. Work
I had, at all events, not made a misdeal.
"Lalage's Lovers" by George A. Birmingham
My marriage was a misdeal.
"The Dark Tower" by Phyllis Bottome
The Frenches ain't had no practice, an' thar's nothin' easier than a misdeal about a youngone.
"Faro Nell and Her Friends" by Alfred Henry Lewis
Nothing of interest occurred until, in the course of the second rubber, Gwen made a misdeal.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
If all pass, or if there is a misdeal, there is a fresh contribution to the pool, and the elder hand deals.
"Hoyle's Games Modernized"
Have I made a misdeal?
"A Book o' Nine Tales." by Arlo Bates