The preferred method of randomizing a deck of N cards is the riffle shuffle–cut the deck into two stacks, then riffle the two stacks together. A number of mathematical models have been proposed for this process. The model which has received the most attention, and about which the most is known, is the GSR (for Gilbert, Shannon, and Reeds) shuffle. In thi
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