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In Japan, most Basic Energies ever printed don't have any set number, because they were unnumbered. This is in contrast to English cards, where all Basic Energies were numbered up to Call of Legends expansion. Since Black & White expansion, most Basic Energy cards are also unnumbered, with the exception of cards found in booster packs as they have a ...
I don't believe they are the same. I ordered the 2nd edition expansion along with the third edition base game, and they did not have the same card backs.
With more players in the game the chances of at least one player deciding to challenge you go up. To counteract this, you need to make it less attractive to each individual player to challenge you, which can be done by modifying the payouts in the way described in the question.
From Wikipedia's List of patience (i.e. solitaire) games, there are three that I could find with a triangular layout, plus one with three triangles, that might be the one you're thinking of: Pyramid Bowling Tree Solitaire Tri Peaks I'm going to guess Pyramid, since I believe it's more well-known than Bowling or Tree.
According to the Pokemon.com FAQ My cards were ruined, can you replace them? Company policy dictates that we only replace products damaged through manufacturer error. In addition, we do not keep inventory of individual cards here, and are unable to offer 'card for card' replacements. We recommend that you try to return your purchase to the retailer ...
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