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As the creator of the game, you can certainly change whatever rules you want. But consider that people will value the various cards on the relative strength of the hands they could go for. If you change the strengths, then they will change their betting patterns to adjust. Ultimately, however, the real question is - do you need to change it? And by that I ...
I think this looks like a version of Minoru. Seems like a very old 19th century board. It would very difficult to actually identify it.
This is called random pile shuffling. Wikipedia defines pile shuffling as: Cards are simply dealt out into a number of piles, then the piles are stacked on top of each other. Here is a YouTube video demonstrating pile shuffling. Trivia At a Magic: the Gathering tournament, pile shuffling by itself is not a sufficient means of randomization. Two ...
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