Hi all, I've been pondering this for some time and have decided to ask for help. My goal is to create a card game with "simulated" quantum entangled card deals, in which there must be 3 individual properties? For example red/black face, red/blue deck, high/low value. The goal would be to use the enhanced quantum probability between you and your partners chance of declared choice and perhaps choosing the angle of the next card deal you bid on? Obviously I can't get real cards to present quantum probability but I suppose worst case scenario I can have a chart of calculated odds for the minimal degrees of freedom necessary to gain an advantage against a computer team seated 90 degrees offset (east/west vs north/south)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My goal is to get a better understanding of the inequality so any simulation of this nature would certainly save me the trouble! I am sure once I have a complete understanding I could make the card game as well for those who enjoy cards and quantum physics as much as I do!

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