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  • adjective Not shuffled.


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un- +β€Ž shuffled


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  • And it was against this field that Ramsden Waters, the man with the unshuffled face, dared to pit his feeble personality.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert 1928

  • Sunday, a day on which Mr. Tristram left the cards unshuffled, so that there was a trio in the evening on the balcony.

    The American 1877

  • It took me forever to find that XOR table actually sitting in data of record 1 ** before** it is unencrypted and unshuffled.

    random($foo) 2010

  • The scheme targeted blackjack and mini-baccarat games and involved "false shuffles" that would create groups of unshuffled cards that organization members could successfully bet on, knowing the card order in advance.

    Raw Story 2010

  • Bromberg uses analysis of the entropy of an unshuffled and shuffled deck of cards as an example of the statistical analysis of entropy.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en] 2009

  • According to the one-count indictment, the defendants and unnamed co-conspirators bribed casino card dealers and supervisors to perform "false shuffles" during blackjack and mini-baccarat card games, creating "slugs" of unshuffled cards. - Local News 2008

  • Understand that the probabilities of certain combinations coming up in the various poker variant games depends on several factors, from hand size to number of players, whether the deck is β€˜fresh or not and how many cards have already been discarded or are unshuffled, etc..

    Best Poker Hands – For Basic Poker & Most Game Variants | Poker Hands 2009

  • When I cut the cards, I brought the unshuffled cards to the top. "

    Loaded Dice Swain, James 2004

  • "O thou of unshuffled features but amiable disposition!" he said, "thy discourse soundeth good to me.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert 1928


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