In many card games, to cut the cards (or "cut the deck") is to split the deck into two piles by lifting one pile from the top, before placing the lower pile on top of it. This is typically done after the cards have already been shuffled, and the procedure is used just prior to the cards being dealt to the players. Rules of procedure or etiquette may vary concerning who makes the cut, the minimum or maximum number of cards which may be cut off the top, whether the dealer or the cutter restacks the cards, whether a cut card is employed, and whether a cut is mandatory.

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  • In many card games, to cut the cards (or "cut the deck") is to split the deck into two piles by lifting one pile from the top, before placing the lower pile on top of it. This is typically done after the cards have already been shuffled, and the procedure is used just prior to the cards being dealt to the players. A common procedure is that after the cards have been shuffled, the dealer sets the cards face-down on the table near the player designated to make the cut, typically the player to the dealer's right. That player initiates a cut of the deck by taking a contiguous range of cards off the top of the deck and placing it face-down on the table farther from the dealer; the dealer completes the cut by taking the original bottom portion of the deck and placing it on top of the just-moved cards. Another common procedure is that the person making the cut, places the top part of the cut closer to the dealer, as the deck originally was placed nearer to the cutter. Once the cut is complete, the dealer picks up the deck, straightens or "squares" it, and deals the cards. Rules of procedure or etiquette may vary concerning who makes the cut, the minimum or maximum number of cards which may be cut off the top, whether the dealer or the cutter restacks the cards, whether a cut card is employed, and whether a cut is mandatory. (en)
  • Abheben, engl. cut, frz. couper, daher auch schneiden oder coupieren ist ein Begriff aus dem Kartenspiel, dieser wird in mehrfacher Bedeutung verwendet. Der Begriff Schneiden bezeichnet des Weiteren eine bestimmte Art des Mischens bzw. gelegentlich das Mischen allgemein (siehe z. B. Stoß). (de)
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  • Abheben, engl. cut, frz. couper, daher auch schneiden oder coupieren ist ein Begriff aus dem Kartenspiel, dieser wird in mehrfacher Bedeutung verwendet. Der Begriff Schneiden bezeichnet des Weiteren eine bestimmte Art des Mischens bzw. gelegentlich das Mischen allgemein (siehe z. B. Stoß). (de)
  • In many card games, to cut the cards (or "cut the deck") is to split the deck into two piles by lifting one pile from the top, before placing the lower pile on top of it. This is typically done after the cards have already been shuffled, and the procedure is used just prior to the cards being dealt to the players. Rules of procedure or etiquette may vary concerning who makes the cut, the minimum or maximum number of cards which may be cut off the top, whether the dealer or the cutter restacks the cards, whether a cut card is employed, and whether a cut is mandatory. (en)
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  • Abheben (Spielkarten) (de)
  • Cut (cards) (en)
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