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dkates
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posted March 03, 2003 03:18 PM      Profile for dkates      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Despite many tries, I've never managed to get the hang of shuffling. In a tournament setting, what other methods may I use to randomize my cards?

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posted March 03, 2003 04:51 PM      Profile for IPGeek21   Email IPGeek21    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Before your GAME begins... I'll take my deck and place the top 6 cards side to side and then I continue placing the top card of my deck on each of those cards.

I'll end up with 6 stacks of ten cards each. I can shuffle these, I can pick these up in order, this is ONE way of randomizing the deck.

During your battle you can just pick up half or 3/4 of your deck and gently sideways place the cards in between the other cards and continue to do this a few times.

IF always in doubt you can always have a judge. GL, or even your opponent shuffle your deck.

HTH

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