If there are more than 5 people reply,I will post second-half part.
The conditions to use this shortcut are only going to be met on average once per deck. You have four cards that it can work on, and each one has 1/4 chance to have the same suit after it. I'm not sure memorizing the average deck in 51 images instead of 52 will justify these complications. After all, those with 1 card systems. can somewhat surpringly be competitive with those with 2 card systems who have half the images.
Despite that however, this is interesting and I would like to see the 2nd part.
Hi, I'd like to see the 2nd part. :)
But,it seems that shortcuts are not that popular.
The reason behind making such thing is to make good use of all images I have in the 100-number system.
So I guess I have to post the second half so as to catch eyes.
Yep,the chance of facing these combinations are small. But just in case of these great opportunities.
3 in a row
Or for safety reason(many decks),
24combinations for each
~3 in a row
JQK ARE EXCEPTIONAL IMAGES,
just ignore them.
The remaining images,100-50-24=26,
they are used as asistance 2-card sysystem
packages for those pair of images I can hardly join together in my plaza.
(Remarks I use 2 objects per loci.)
It's not an end,the next time I will talk about how to use them in practice and in which field.
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