ShuffleNavi - Resolve shuffle's troubles


How many times should I shuffle my cards?
Is the card really shuffled?

Shuffle Navi will solve your problem a bit nervous!

Hindu Shuffle:
This is a commonly used method.
Hold the card on your right and move it to your left little by little, chat, chat, chat.
I count this "Chat" as 1 time.
Let's make an average of ten times for all the right hand cards to move to the left hand.
Then, repeating "Chat" 200 times will result in a random sequence as a whole.
However, with the fate of that method, there is a high probability that the cards next to each other remain as next to each other.
In other words, if you are a good memory person, you can say that it is easy to predict.

And when you spill the card near the end of the shuffle and show the front,
I have to continue shuffling for a while.

Shuffle Navi:
According to the screen display, randomly distribute to 10 packets.
It takes about 1 minute to distribute 52 cards.

How to use Shuffle Navi:
Please distribute to 10 packets according to the screen display.
The number of cards in each packet will not be even, but this is normal.
Even if it is late to distribute, do not mind, let's distribute it at your own pace.

Collect 10 packets.

Please divide it in two at the position you like and change the top and bottom.

Card shuffleable with Shuffle Navi:
Karuta (Ogura Hyakunin Isshu)
6 Nimmt!
Card Mahjong
Trading cards
Monopoly's Chance card, Community Chest card, Assets card when distributing several cards before the game.
Other cards that are shuffled by hand

Install Shuffle Navi and try using it!
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What's New

ver 1.6
Android SDK was updated.
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Additional Information

August 12, 2017
Current Version
Requires Android
2.3 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
1-9-7-401 Saiwaicyo Higashikurume-shi, Tokyo Japan
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