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Limiting The Deal

In the game we have described we have adopted the principle that the
declaration of a natural Vingt-un throws the dealer out; but another method
is to limit the deal to a certain number of hands, or to allow the dealer
to go through the pack twice, or to have two packs of cards shuffled
together, and go through them once. In these cases the dealer is allowed
to draw from the used pack as many cards as may be necessary to complete a
round started upon with his limited supply, and the cards are prepared by
the pone for the purpose, being all collected, shuffled, and cut before
they are used by the dealer.

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