The last cast

the last throw of the dice or last effort, on which every thing is ventured; the last chance.

See also: Cast

References in classic literature ?
I ventured all upon the last cast of poetry, as you'll see, for I wrote boldly under his last--
We were fishing for tiger for quite a long time but had no luck then with the last cast I felt a very hard tug.
At the end of filming, she would often relax with family in a nearby room named the Last Cast bar.
A 4lb mullet hooked on the last cast tied up the Rhymney AS match at Port Talbot Docks for Gary Lewis.
All in all this is still France's game to lose but do not count out the pesky Nigerians just yet as the tournament and the players fill out the last cast of the 2014 World Cup.
Row 3: K1, k2tog, knit to 1 st before cast on, k2tog (the st before cast on and the last cast on st), knit across, ending with ssk, k1; 8 (10, 10) sts.
One programme, the Last Cast, dealt with the mothballing of the Redcar steel plant on Teesside and the other focused on stammering in children.
Welsh ladies' champion Isabel Tompsett won the mixed open on Beth Roberts's Chesnut Annie who had four lengths to spare over the favourite The Last Cast.
Hobbs later sent out Fool On The Hill to easily win the extended two-mile-five-furlong handicap chase after being left alone by the second-last fence fall of The Last Cast.
The researchers divided the patients into two groups based on the amount of hyperabduction of the last cast and brace.
THE LAST CAST has quickly made up into a very decent novice chaser and he looks ready for another success at Carlisle today.