- Volume 23 Issue 6
We describe shuffling process of 48 HwaTu(Flower) cards from a mathematical aspect and give the number of shuffles that are needed to arrive at a state of randomness. We observe that the cards are shuffled much less times in usual plays, that results in much riskier outcomes.
Card shuffling;random permutations;Poisson distribution;HwaTu Cards
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