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    [GUIDE] Tyranu Evavu - How Probability Plays In

    -I posed this on another forum as the user TemaChan, so if this looks familiar to you, then that's why!-

    ZOMG DO WE REALLY NEED A GUIDE FOR THIS? THIS GAME IS WAY TOO SIMPLE

    YES YOU DO! THIS WILL MAKE THIS ANNOYING AVATAR JUST SLIGHTLY EASIER TO GET!

    As you all know, playing Tyranu Evavu involves a deck of standard playing cards. You have to guess whether the next card is going to be higher or lower. The value scale of the cards goes as follows (from lowest to highest):

    2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - Jack (11) - Queen (12) - King (13) - Ace (14)

    There are 52 cards in one deck. There are four cards to each number (aka four 2's and so on).

    Knowing that simple fact, you can figure out the probability of getting a higher or lower card.

    For example: The first card you get is a 7

    There are 20 cards lower than a 7 so there's a 20/51 chance of getting a lower card. There are 31 cards higher than or equal to a 7 so there's a 31/51 chance of getting a higher card.

    So, the logical choice would be to pick Tyranu over Evavu.

    If the game decides to work with the probability, congrats! If not, just swear and kick your computer (kicking computer not recommended!)

    Just remember, if you guess right and move onto the next card, the first card is taken out of the deck, so remember to re-adjust your probability!

    If you already have the avatar, you can use this to try and get onto the high score list as well!

    Happy playing! :3

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    Thank you, I need to try this immediately!

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    I know this is an old thread but I thought I'd try this game. I'm going to try with a real-life deck of cards...has anyone done that? Is the idea that the card I see is taken out of the deck, the deck is shuffled, and two new cards are place down? Or does each player have a full deck and they are playing against each other? Has it been verified that 52 is the highest possible score? Thanks (if anyone sees this!)

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