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Shuffling Chaindeck

It is important to shuffle the cards in a way that maximizes the randomness of the outcome. The methods used to shuffle a standard 52-card deck of cards are not sufficient to shuffle Chaindeck cards. Chaindeck cards must be rotated and flipped randomly as well as their order being changed.

It is recommended to shuffle the cards on a big table using a modified form of the Corgi Shuffle where cards are also randomly flipped while shuffling.

While shuffling, it is important to regularly check for and break-up any cards that may have stuck together. During the shuffle, occasionally gather all the cards and then distribute them into separate piles, ensuring cards that start nearby each other end up in different piles. Continue shuffling the piles together using the Corgi shuffle.

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